The Seattle Mariners front office has alluded to the fact that it might be finished making major offseason deals. If that's true, then the team might be wasting Robinson Cano's precious final years of his prime.
While most Braves faithful are welcoming the team's move to the Cobb County suburbs, the local Tea Party branch isn't too thrilled about the stadium's use of taxpayer dollars -- so, they're filing a lawsuit.
For years, players who've dared to don the suit and beard at the team holiday party have ended up with stockings full of coal and bad luck. But if anyone is due for a Christmas miracle, isn't it the Mets?
The days of teams taking big-money gambles on closers seem to be coming to an end. Sure, the truly elite will still get paid, but second-tier free agents are finding a flooded market and teams eying lower-priced options.