Semien's Windfall Resets Expectations Across the Board
Marcus Semien's seven-year, $175 million contract resets the forecast for his new team and his fellow big-ticket infielders.
Kevin Gausman Helps Toronto's Playoff Case in Loaded AL East
Toronto signed him to a reported five-year, $110 million deal, and he could be a better investment than Robbie Ray.
Rays Finally Decide to Raise One of Their Own
Tampa Bay, a team known for trading away its players before they become too pricy, has set a new standard for committing to a young star.
Mets Flex Their Financial Might on Black Friday
New York turned up the hot stove Friday night by adding three hitters who immediately improve the outlook in Queens.
Thor Gets a Halo... Now What?
Noah Syndergaard alone won't stop the Angels pitching staff from sinking yet again.