Every MLB franchise, from the perennial big spenders to the game's budget-conscious small-market squads, wants to get the most bang for its buck. At the same time, all teams are saddled with albatross contracts alongside steal-of-a-deal pacts
If the A’s can’t give Murray more money or just don’t want to, that’s their own fault and not his problem. Don’t blame the elite athlete for using his leverage. Kyler Murray is a man with options, and as a Monday deadline approaches for players to declare for the NFL Draft, the A’s signee and Oklahoma QB is exploring all of them.
Think of this as an early round of second-guessing regarding the 2018-19 Major League Baseball offseason. With the changing of the year past and the start of spring training not
Not all MLB prospects are created equal. While it is true that oftentimes a player will go from being an early draft pick or a hyped international signing to being a staple on league-wide
Spring Training is even closer than you think.
Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado, who is reportedly requesting $30 million in arbitration, didn't reach an agreement with the club on Friday, but there remains a possibility the two sides can avoid an arbitration hearing, ESPN reported.
Blockbuster MLB trades are not just reserved for the July non-waiver trade deadline and the December winter meetings. In fact, just last winter, we saw a number of major deals completed during the month of January
A soft market for 2015 All-Star Brian Dozier seems to be picking up with multiple teams reportedly interested in his services