Dave Cameron offers up three trades that still should happen before Opening Day. He leads with the Diamondbacks trading for Cubs starter Jeff Samardzija.
The Philadelphia Phillies are in denial about their chances and must start thinking about rebuilding very soon. Dave Cameron makes the case for a particular course of action to jump-start that rebuild, including a trade for Cole Hamels.
Dave Cameron explains why the Detroit Tigers should be considered the World Series favorites. He points to the current talent assembled and a relatively easy schedule as major factors.
Dave Cameron explains why Mike Trout should turn down the Los Angeles Angels' long-term contract offer.
Dave Cameron explains why we should be careful not to overrate players who see a jump in strikeout rate, and Homer Bailey could be another cautionary tale.
Dave Cameron looks back at last year's big contract extensions and explains why David Wright is a bargain and Elvis Andrus is a bust.
Dave Cameron explains why Freddie Freeman is a similar hitter to Joey Votto, which makes Freeman's long-term deal with Atlanta look even better for the team.
Dave Cameron identifies three expensive pitchers with upside worth targeting for a salary dump, starting with Ryan Dempster.
Dave Cameron looks closer at Clayton Kershaw's new deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He also breaks down what the decision means long term for top pitchers such as Stephen Strasburg and Matt Harvey.
Dave Cameron explains how the Reds can salvage what has been a lousy winter thus far.
Dave Cameron breaks down the best fits for remaining bargain pitchers.
Dave Cameron writes that no team has improved more this winter than the Chicago White Sox.
Dave Cameron breaks down three stealth relievers who have the stuff to close games.
Don't be too discouraged by Matt Kemp's subpar season. Dave Cameron explains that history is on his side, and he should perform like a superstar again.
David Price to the Pirates? That's one of four trades that Dave Cameron says makes too much sense not to happen.
The market for power-hitters is strong because we're in an era where the power trait has become more scarce. But Dave Cameron warns that teams shouldn't think power alone will fix an offense.