The All-Star Series starts next week and features a number of MLB’s biggest stars, at least on the positional side.
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Maddon leaves behind an organization, a fan base, and a community with which he was very connected.
Although it tentatively seems like Kim might not be a big name, Yang may very well be someone to watch.
The Yankees seem to be telling anyone who will listen that they really aren’t going after Jon Lester or Max Scherzer.
An interesting catcher trade went down today. Also: Michael Morse in the Cubs’ outfield? What about Carlos Gonzalez?
I will remember his time with the Cubs fondly, and I hope he finds his way back to the Cubs somehow in his post-playing days.
There aren’t any Cubs, but there probably aren’t too many complaints about that, either. Still, it’s fun to discuss.
Pablo Sandoval has already rejected his qualifying offer, which makes you wonder if his market will move quickly. Much more at this rumor crazy time.
The Yankees have played this card before, but, if true this time, the landscape changes dramatically.
12 free agents just got the qualifying offer tag, and it changes the market a bit.
That’s a lot of money for the Brewers to have tied up in a 36-year-old infielder, but it could help keep them competitive in 2015.
The Cubs are under some IFA restrictions right now, so signing Moncada any time soon would be impossible.
The Cubs aren’t actually going to sign everyone, but the industry expectation for a fruitful offseason is quite clear at this point.
A couple of intriguing buy-low, high-upside types.
The Brewers probably got a little better today.