Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

This week’s WW Offseason examines the chance for a breakout from Jeff Clement, a rebound from Philadelphia’s Cole Hamels, or continuing production from Houston’s Bud Norris and Arizona’s Mark Reynolds, as well as whether Nick Hundley is a good investment.

Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

This week focuses on the NL Central, with a look at Milwaukee 2B Rickie Weeks, St. Louis’ new 2B Felipe Lopez, Pittsburgh’s new-ish LF Lastings Milledge, plus young pitchers Homer Bailey of Cincinnati and (just so the NL West doesn’t feel left out) young-ish Jason Hammel of Colorado.

Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

It’s an all-news week on Waiver Wire, with a bunch of recent signings and arbitration-avoidance deals to talk about. Carlos Ruiz and Bengie Molina step back behind the dish in Philly and San Fran, and Hunter Pence gets his payday from Houston, while Doug Davis returns to Milwaukee, and Pittsburgh gets a closer in Octavio Dotel. Check out our new Index, too!

Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

Two new signees, Aubrey Huff and Brett Myers, headline this week’s column, with reader request (and new Diamondback 2B) Kelly Johnson, while continuing to count down 2009′s top roto producers with the saber-reliable Adam Dunn and hot rookie arm J.A. Happ.

Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

This week, we start our countdown of the top 2009 NL roto producers with two closers and two outfielders. During the countdown, I’ll also add on special requests (like this week’s Delwyn Young) or newsworthy players (like this week’s Matt Holliday).

Waiver Wire Offseason: NL

We fast-forward a bit, in order to highlight more of the Graphical Player 2010. We’ll start the countdown—or, really, count-up—to the top NL roto producers of 2009. This week, we look at RBI stalwart Carlos Lee, the concussion-challenged David Wright, and young phenom Josh Johnson.