Dave Cameron looks at the teams most reliant on old players, starting with the Boston Red Sox.
AL West teams should see win totals improve with addition of Houston Astros, writes Dave Cameron of FanGraphs.
Dave Cameron looks at the clubs that have the best No. 6 starters -- in other words, the best starting pitching depth.
The Rangers can solve a lot of problems by making Ian Kinsler their first baseman, writes Dave Cameron.
Dave Cameron explains why there is hope for Michael Young to still be productive in his mid-30s after a down year.
Dave Cameron proposes five deals that would significantly improve a handful of AL clubs.
Dave Cameron of FanGraphs proposes five American League trades that should happen before the July 31 deadline. First proposal: Send Hanley Ramirez to the Detroit Tigers.
Dave Cameron says Albert Pujols might have grabbed the headlines, but an overlooked C.J. Wilson has been the better buy.
With the Rangers off to a torrid start and looking like the best team in baseball, Dave Cameron of FanGraphs writes that a hot April doesn't always carry over to the rest of the season. History shows many teams have fallen flat.
MLB general managers love to preach a slow rebuilding process, but as Dave Cameron points out, a quick leap to prominence is more common than most realize.
Dave Cameron explains why certain players are going to put up much better numbers in 2012 without making mechanical adjustments.
With the hot stove season about to get under way, Dave Cameron of FanGraphs gets an early start on free agency by looking at five creative moves that should be made.
Dave Cameron of FanGraphs explains why the St. Louis Cardinals should start Daniel Descalso and bench Lance Berkman in Game 3 of the World Series.
FanGraphs' Dave Cameron offers Jim Leyland and the Tigers a couple of suggestions to help Detroit score more runs, including moving Victor Martinez up in the batting order.
Dave Cameron of FanGraphs explains why C.J. Wilson's lack of a long track record is exactly the reason why teams should pursue him this winter.
Josh Hamilton can play center field or left, and Rangers manager Ron Washington should take advantage of that ability depending on which pitcher is on the mound.