Getting closer to a range that you could actually see him accepting.
They’re looking for a new third baseman.
The win total projections for those two teams have shot up in Vegas.
Labor relations in baseball are … not great.
What does a modestly good offseason even look like at this point?
It’s awfully convenient for a guy with a shrinking market, but it also could be true.
Some huge arbitration contracts are coming down the pipeline.
Well, it is a lot of money.
Martin’s contract is probably pretty attractive to the Dodgers.
Things are happening!
Even the cheaper relievers are signing up. Also, can anyone actually ever reach Joe DiMaggio’s hitting streak?
The Convention is next week – are folks really gonna be all ticked off, or will it be pretty standard?
Things are starting to move, sure, but the most of the big dogs are all still available.
Hey, things are happening.
It’s what this has felt like for a long time now, but there’s your report flat out saying it.
Could the players leverage their arbitration cases to earn more money for themselves and peers in the future?
They see holes, they fill holes.
That’s only a little more than a month away …
I’m not sure the Cubs are in this market anymore anyway.
I’m not gonna say the Cubs “have to respond.” That’s dumb. But they do have to continue to take a hard look at the holes on the roster.
GOOD MORNING EVERYONE! ISN’T THIS FUN!?
That’s a mighty tall ask in mid-January. Maybe the Yankees really are out?
Must be Announcement Day or something.
The pre-sale kicks off on Friday.
They can do this. They can add some utility. I know it.
Steamer is projecting a big bounce back for Bryant – one that would put him right in the MVP mix.
At just 89 wins, though, are you taking the over?
Ah, remember those days?