MLB News and Rumors

Extend All the MVPs: Angels Lock Up Mike Trout for Six Years and $144.5 Million

Extend All the MVPs: Angels Lock Up Mike Trout for Six Years and $144.5 Million

Trout got paid, but it’s a huge bargain for the Angels.

Baseball Beefs Up Its Drug Suspensions, and Makes Other Changes to the Joint Drug Agreement

Baseball Beefs Up Its Drug Suspensions, and Makes Other Changes to the Joint Drug Agreement

Longer suspensions, no playoffs, and the ability to prove that you didn’t mean to do it.

Tigers Reportedly Set to Extend Miguel Cabrera on 10-Year, $292 Million Deal

Tigers Reportedly Set to Extend Miguel Cabrera on 10-Year, $292 Million Deal

It’s not downright crazy money in the new normal, but I don’t really see the upside for the Tigers.

Around the League: Marte Extension, Puig Meeting, Drug Changes, Ice Cream Death, More

Around the League: Marte Extension, Puig Meeting, Drug Changes, Ice Cream Death, More

The Pirates locked up another young star, and the Dodgers are already meeting about Yasiel Puig.

Another Big Arm Reaching Free Agency? Max Scherzer and Tigers Can’t Reach Extension

Another Big Arm Reaching Free Agency? Max Scherzer and Tigers Can’t Reach Extension

With Scherzer, Masterson, and Shields projected to be on the market, the Cubs could have some upper tier options.

Lukewarm Stove: The Tigers Have Picked Up a Shortstop, But Still Need an Arm and an Outfielder

Lukewarm Stove: The Tigers Have Picked Up a Shortstop, But Still Need an Arm and an Outfielder

Those Darwin Barney rumors can die down, but what about Nate Schierholtz and the bullpen?

Around the League: Chapman, Extending Prospects, Harvey Rehab, Drafting on Revenue, More

Around the League: Chapman, Extending Prospects, Harvey Rehab, Drafting on Revenue, More

Some big news and fantastic writing around baseball this week. Lots of great stuff that you should really check out.

Lukewarm Stove: Masterson, Samardzija, Despaigne, Tigers

Lukewarm Stove: Masterson, Samardzija, Despaigne, Tigers

Hooray! There might actually be at least one upper tier starting pitcher to reach free agency next year.