Lowrie, Avila, Norris and Brothers find new homes while the Sox search for a 5th starter and the Mariners continue to hope for an elite prospect to finally emerge.
OK, there is something to see. Iannetta to the Mariners. Lincecum hoping surgery helps. Parra still looking for a team and some numbers for fun as we approach Turkey Day.
A complete guide to all the MLB free agent movement for the 2016 fantasy baseball season
The A's dealt Chavez & signed Hill and the Tigers added Maybin. Elsewhere, will Jose Fernandez have an innings pitched limit? Finally, Rosario to become a free agent.
Another day, another deal in major league baseball, this one highlighted by two boringly named outfielders – Jones and Martin. Ray also touches on the AL and NL Rookie of the Year winners.
Craig Kimbrel, the best closer in baseball, has been dealt to the Red Sox as the turnstile dealing of relievers continues in the major league offseason heading into the 2016 season.
The Mariners and Padres make a deal centered around a reliever, and oh those relievers. Everyone seems to want to make a deal to add one.
Michael Brantley may not be ready for the start of the 2016 season. Ditto Dylan Bundy. As for Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers want him to remake his body. Meanwhile, the Marlins are unsure about Marcell Ozuna being part of their organization.
The Mariners and Rays completed a six player deal last week. Ray Flowers gives his thoughts on the players who are changing zip codes.
The Mets had a great season, but at there any issues with the workloads of their young arms? At the dish, is the Dodgers’ Alex Guerrero a potential breakout candidate or just a guy with some pop?
MLB Free Agency is on the cusp of beginning. Ray Flowers talks about qualifying offers and who is eligible heading into the offseason.
The Royals won their second World Series by defeating the Mets four games to one in the 2015 World Series.
Ray Flowers gives his take on the top-10 Halloween flicks to watch if you aren't out trick o' treating or boozing at some adult costume party.
The Royals leapt out to a 2-0 lead over the Mets in the 111th World Series. The last time a team overcome an 0-2 deficit was the 1996 Yankees.
The 111th World Series is about to get underway with the Royals and Mets set to square off in the best of seven Fall Classic of 2015.