Here's one other place where the MLBPA can do better.
by: Eric Longenhagen and Kiley McDaniel — FanGraphs 15 Feb
The boys are back and they are talking out loud.
by: Dan Szymborski — FanGraphs 15 Feb
Yes, there is life after Bryce Harper.
... nobody left to push Trea Turner below the bronze at shortstop. That give the Nationals three players with a mean projection that makes them legitimate stars. The s ...
by: David Laurila — FanGraphs 13 Feb
A conversation with Minnesota's new manager.
... t people with respect. Those are things that players respond to.” It was the Twins brain trust — Executive VP Derek Falvey and GM Thad Levine — who made the de ...
by: Jay Jaffe — FanGraphs 12 Feb
As pitchers and catchers report, dozens of useful players remain out of work.
by: Meg Rowley — FanGraphs 12 Feb
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If the Padres get both Manny/Harper... - I would think, THIS RULES - Philly would burn to the ground - People would somehow complain the biggest stars weren't on the biggest teams? - Maybe SD would finally deal CLE an OF - They might still need a 1B - (It would rule, so hard)Blogger / Podcaster
RT @AJCassavell: Whatever the dollar amount, the offer for Manny Machado is "substantial." There's a belief it's unlikely to be topped. The Padres have let Machado know (in words and, more importantly, dollars) how they feel about him. Seems like the ball's in his court. https://t.co/CKZpykT1BvBlogger / Podcaster
I don't think I already had the DBacks in this thread -- who can keep track at this point -- but you better believe the tripod is what you notice in this pictureBlogger / Podcaster
This or the Angels always seemed like the logical spot. Travis Shaw looked capable enough at 2B last year. MM is solid enough. Brewers will be fun again.Free-agent Mike Moustakas in agreement with #Brewers on a one-year contract, pending a physical, sources tell The Athletic.Blogger / Podcaster
My dreams of "what if Todd Frazier had to play shortstop" are slowly dyingSource: The Mets signed Adeiny Hechavarria to a minor league deal with an invite to big league camp. Hechavarria, 29, is a glove-first shortstop who has also played second and third. He has a good shot at making the roster, which doesn’t have a second natural shortstop.Blogger / Podcaster
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