Several big names are still available in January, so we asked our experts to weigh in on where the best will eventually sign.
The Mets did their work by adding Francisco Lindor. Now, the spotlight moves to those who have big holes to fill. Enter the Twins, Phillies, Blue Jays and Red Sox.
Doc retells his stories about controlled chaos in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes Stan Conte, former head athletic trainer for the Dodgers who talks about the mechanics of pitchers, the injuries and rehabilitation in MLB athletes. Hour Two Klapper Vision is the Rams' Aaron Donald rib injury. The Weekend Warrior Clinic opens for listeners.
Doc opens talking about controlled chaos in sports, art and medicine. Doc uses examples of Phil Niekro in sports and Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven in art. Klapper Vision is how Anthony Davis's toe injury is similar to the thumb injury of Jared Goff. When is the right time for surgery? The Weekend Warrior Clinic opens for listeners.
How did the non-tender deadline change our list? Here's our look at everyone on the open market, from big-name stars to bargain options.
BBTN: Jesse Rogers on the Mets trading for Francisco Linder; Alex Avila on his godfather Tommy Lasorda; Hembo on position rankings
Jesse Rogers joins Buster to discuss Spring Training starting on schedule, Corey Kluber trying to prove that he’s healthy and the Mets trading for Francisco Lindor. Then, 12-year MLB veteran Alex Avila hops on to talk about his godfather Tommy Lasorda, staying patient in free agency, his outlook on another pandemic season and catching for Justin Verlander in Detroit. Later, Hembo quibbles with Buster’s top 10 position rankings.
Mark Shapiro has been given a five-year contract extension as the Toronto Blue Jays' president and chief executive officer.
Five things Jeff Passan is hearing: White Sox become AL's team to beat, the DJ LeMahieu-Yankees stare-down and more
From a surprising closer payday to the real status of Fernando Tatis Jr.'s extension talks and where things stand between New York and the top free-agent infielder, here's the latest offseason buzz.
A pair of Chicago sluggers could be the next big names on the move this winter. If they go, these are the best fits to land them.
A.J. Cole, who went 3-0 with a 3.09 ERA with Toronto last season, has signed a minor league deal with the Blue Jays with an invitation to spring training.
The Mets made a huge splash and plenty of free agents remain, but for now, a pair of NL West rivals are clearly the two top teams in the sport.
This was a baseball season like no other. And here are the numbers that prove it.
While we wait for baseball's offseason to pick up, we asked around the game for answers on big free agents and next season's pressing questions.
Two teams have emerged as the front-runners for Springer, while a possible twist could open a road for Arenado out of Colorado. Here's the latest buzz.
"The No. 1 question is if we're going to play in Toronto," manager Charlie Montoyo said Friday. "That's rightly so. Our answer is, 'Yeah, we're hoping so.'"
From historic heists to modern blockbusters, we examine the reasons for the most memorable deals in baseball history.
The top closer available has no shortage of suitors, Toronto is exploring all options, and there's a surprise in the starting pitcher market.
We put each of this winter's big five free agents in our favorite landing spot, and decide where things go from there.
With Major League Baseball reducing the number of affiliated farm teams, here's a look at where things stand.
Is LeMahieu a lock to return to the Yankees? Who's in on Springer? Passan weighs in on the hottest topics.
With baseball's offseason set to begin in earnest, we rank each club's roster and look at what work needs to be done.
Trevor Bauer to the Blue Jays? Francisco Lindor to the Reds? We make the deals that could put some teams over the top.
Jesse Rogers joins Buster to discuss free agency, the official dismantling of the Cubs World Series core, the Yankees tendering Gary Sanchez and Charlie Morton’s one-year deal with the Braves (2:50). Then, Dan Shulman hops on to talk about what the Blue Jays will do this offseason, which free agents would fit the best in Toronto and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s weight loss (17:48). Later, Hembo stops by to hit on Kyle Schwarber, frontrunners in NL East and Central and if there’s any hope for the Angels under new management (26:44).
Where will the top free-agent catcher sign? Here are the teams that should be trying to land Realmuto.
After MLB's lukewarm interest in free agency the past few seasons, this winter could bring an even less active marketplace.