Rounding up the headlines from the opening weekend of the 2021 MLB season.
Key stories to look out for on Opening Day.
MLB's best relievers in 2021.
It's time to make some MLB award predictions for 2021.
Baseball fans are truly living in a golden era of shortstops. The star power at that position is incredible, and we’re going to see that next winter when several of them hit the free-agent market. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the 10 best shortstops heading into the 2021 MLB season.
When will MLB teams learn that long-term contracts aren’t always worthwhile in the long run? In fact, more times than not, they are downright terrible toward the end. Let’s take a look at the teams suffering through some of the worst contracts in baseball heading into the 2021 MLB season.
Where do the Dodgers rank in the pecking order of best MLB rotations?
The Washington Nationals have signed outfielder Kyle Schwarber on a one-year deal.
Cutting payroll for 2021, Kris Bryant trade rumours are surfacing once again. The All-Star third baseman is a free agent at the end of next season, and the Chicago Cubs could look to swing a deal this offseason.
Heading into the offseason, DJ LeMahieu’s free agency appeared destined to end back where it started: Yankee Stadium.
Projected for around $10 million in arbitration, the Minnesota Twins opted not to tender a contract to slugging outfielder Eddie Rosario. Rosario becomes a free agent, joining fellow hard-hitting outfielders like Kyle Schwarber and Joc Pederson on the market.
From a Championship to joint bottom of the disappointing NL East, the Washington Nationals were in conversation for most disappointing team in 2020. Despite their ring, the future does not look especially promising in DC. There’s a top heavy roster and payroll, coupled with the economic impact of the pandemic and their poor farm system, suggesting a period of retooling.
Which teams will improve the most with a DH every day?
World Series champions are set to compete in 2020 despite losing Anthony Rendon.
Washington Nationals have agreed a deal to re-sign starting pitcher and World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg, per Jon Heyman. Strasburg will receive over $220 million over a seven-year deal.