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.
In light of the Prince Fielder-for-Ian Kinsler swap, Dave Cameron looks at other trades between high-priced players that make sense.
The idea that speed-and-defense players age poorly is a myth, which is why Jacoby Ellsbury could turn out to be a bargain.
Dave Cameron identifies some potential "mystery team" deals -- acquisitions that would be a surprise, but would make sense.
Dave Cameron examines Robinson Cano's pending free agency and if teams should be worried about his body breaking down as a second baseman.
Dave Cameron gives a detailed scouting report of the World Series, and explains why Allen Craig and Xander Bogaerts are the X factors.
Dave Cameron breaks down the ALCS matchup between the Tigers and Red Sox, noting that Shane Victorino could be the series' X factor.
Dave Cameron breaks down the ALDS matchup between the Rays and Red Sox, noting that Tampa's lefties could force Mike Napoli to supply the power for Boston.
Dave Cameron gives the biggest reason why each AL playoff team won't win the World Series.
The second-half surge for the Angels, Royals and Nationals is not a predictor of 2014 success. Dave Cameron explains.
Dave Cameron looks at the teams most reliant on old players, starting with the Boston Red Sox.
Dave Cameron looks at the five teams getting the most production from young players, and explains why the Braves are on the verge of a dynasty.
Russell Martin leads a list of 2013's unsung heroes.
Dave Cameron explains why this year's free-agent class is loaded with high risk, high reward pitchers.
Dave Cameron writes that, given Boston's surplus of cash as a result of last year's salary dump, the Red Sox are primed to make a splash on the free-agent market and significantly upgrade their roster. He offers up a handful of players to target.