The Cardinals are fine with no closer, they say. The Dodgers may have caught a break. Mike Trout is – as you’d expect – doing something ridiculous.
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Former Cubs catcher Welington Castillo seems to think so, and he was there for both.
Alex Cobb finally looks ready to sign.
The federal government may have just derped its way into a baseball fight.
The offense may have just caught a break.
The Dodgers – like the Cubs – are reasonably well-stocked on the bench to move guys around and cover.
MLB is looking for a way to end minor league lawsuits about their low pay.
The righty will have a chance to get things back on track.
Sounds like a starter/reliever hybrid roll is in the works for Reyes this season.
Two years before he was set to hit free agency, too.
This looks like part of a significant shift in the market, and is really popping some eyes.
Does a very short pitch clock actually increase pitcher injuries?
The hard-throwing righty has some good splits to take advantage of.
That terrible extra-innings rule is coming.
The Phillies welcome their new bearded righty, and more from around baseball.
Which is another way of saying the Brewers might get a bargain on Alex Cobb.
So many wonderful memories.
It looks like the market, the system, the MLBPA, and agents failed free agents this offseason.
An excellent signing for the Yankees on one of the last few head-scratching free agents.
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The Phillies get a great short-term deal, Arrieta gets a huge AAV, and the Cubs get a draft pick.
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That would make plenty of sense.
Another disappointed free agent, no doubt. And it takes another pitching-needy team off the board for other free agents.
The market slowly, but surely continues to empty.
It’s the first time rights have been exclusive to a social platform like this. Makes you think about the future.
It would be the first major move in a while, though I’d expect the Royals are getting a bargain.
The Padres, like a lot of teams probably, are just looking for a bargain.