The 2020 MLB offseason is right around the corner and free agency promises to shake up the competitive balance yet again. A shortened 2020 campaign helped many players improve their numbers due to having a smaller workload. Therefore, their profiles also became more impressive while their value increased. Similarly, some players suffered, which will lead some teams to complete almost bargain deals with productive players.
Cap space in 2021 is the priority for the Miami Heat. With Goran Dragic and Jae Crowder hitting free agency this offseason, however, Miami must strike a balance between competing in 2020-21 and being able to swing big in next year's free agency when Giannis Antetokounmpo could hit the market.
The Chicago Bears underperforming offense continues to haunt the franchise as the Bears stumbled to 5-4 on the season.
The Philadelphia Phillies are heading into an offseason with a long list of questions to answer once again. The furore over the Bryce Harper pursuit and the J.T. Realmuto trade have not reaped the desired rewards. Realmuto and Didi Gregorius, two of their top five most valuable hitters in 2020, are both heading for free agency.
Brooklyn Nets sharpshooter Joe Harris heads into free agency looking for a big payday. The Nets’ offseason might be focused on trade rumours for a third star, but retaining Harris is crucial for Brooklyn as they look to contend in 2021 and beyond.
New York Yankees left-handed starting pitcher James Paxton is a free agent this offseason. Despite a troubled 2020, Paxton will have plenty of landing spots to choose from.
The Houston Astros face an important offseason. Gerrit Cole departed last winter, and they face the prospect of an outfield clearout this time round with George Springer, Michael Brantley and Josh Reddick all heading for free agency.
Things are finally looking up at Minnesota.
The New York Mets head into the 2020/21 offseason with money to spend. Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto will be one of their top priorities after turning down club options on Wilson Ramos and Robinson Chirinos.
Cleveland Browns wideout Odell Beckham Jr has been ruled out of the remainder of the season, depriving Baker Mayfield of his star receiver.
While the 2020 NBA draft is not projected to have a sure-fire star and with LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, and James Wiseman taking much of the spotlight, this year’s rookie class is full of solid rotation pieces that could emerge as valuable contributors on the biggest stage.
The Giants are currently occupying fourth place in an impressively bad NFC East division with a record of 1-6.
It was announced on Monday that the New York Jets had agreed to trade middle linebacker Avery Williamson to the Pittsburgh Steelers as well as a 2022 seventh round pick.
Per Adam Schefter on Twitter, the San Francisco 49ers have traded linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 5th round draft pick and linebacker Kiko Alonso.
The 6-1 Seahawks have been on fire this whole NFL season. A statement win against the 49ers, coupled with a Packers loss at home, proved that Seattle has all it takes for a place at Super Bowl LV. All of this - mostly due to Russell Wilson's masterpiece of a campaign that sees him as the top contender for his first MVP award.