The offseason officially gets underway, as the first free agent switches teams.
Larry shows how last week’s trade between the Dodgers and Marlins has illustrated the divide between sabermetrics and traditional analysis.
The newspaper writers and talk-radio callers are steaming mad in La-La Land, but Vinay takes a more long-term look at what Paul DePodesta is doing with the Dodgers.
This weekend was a busy one, as teams all around baseball were wheeling and dealing. Aaron gets you up to speed on the biggest deadline deals.
A triumphant return from the All-Star Break leaves Bryan to mull over Ken Williams, Crime Dog, and Terry Ryan.
Not a huge week in terms of transactions, but an extension and Namee prospect give us a good place to start. More on Freddy Garcia, Josh Willingham and many more in the latest installment.
A recap of the holiday weekend’s transactions include a managerial firing, two trades, and a batting champion’s return.
A slow week in the transaction market leads to the signing of Pedro Astacio as one of the week’s largest. Bryan has the dirty details in his latest installment.
A couple of big deals demand analysis, and Bryan looks at them from all the angles.
The White Sox and Mariners completed baseball’s second big trade in the last week, as Freddy Garcia heads to Chicago and one of baseball’s top prospects goes to Seattle.
Beltran to the Astros, Dotel to the A’s, prospects to the Royals. Aaron breaks the blockbuster deal down.
Bryan offers his take on the week’s transactions, which include a trade, an extension, a free agent signing, and a superstar’s return.
Bryan returns from Father’s Day Weekend to a glut of transactions, including a trade for the tabloids.
Bryan weighs in on the weekend transactions, including a few namely returns.
Bryan returns by analyzing the week’s transactions that include the returns of Nomar, Wagner and Boomer.
Bryan’s second look at last week’s transactions, including a first-place team losing two big names.
Bryan takes a look at a week’s worth of transactions, including one man’s quest to join the 500 club.
Bryan reviews the weekend transactions, where some big names went down and some big prospects came up.
Big stars in Chicago, Anaheim and Atlanta hit the DL this week and Joe breaks it all down.
Bryan checks in on the weekend transactions, including a sign that the Expos might exist beyond 2004.