The immediate goal for Detroit is to avoid 100 losses and to reclaim the trust of the Tigers' fans.
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The Reds have done just about nothing to take advantage of the vast numbers of free agents roaming the lands.
Why don't the very best free agents get together and agree to all play for the same team?
Greg Maddux's remarkable Braves career came to a quiet end Sunday night when he was not offered arbitration.
The Tigers offer such an unpleasant environment that the team must throw above-market money at free agents.
Curt Schilling was excited for the Phillies when they landed Billy Wagner, until he realized something about that deal.
Detroit would be better served to plow money back into its farm system, rather than to pursue free agents.
The Mets and Yankees could be going after some of the same free agents, including Luis Castillo and Kaz Matsui.
Regardless of the circumstances, John Schuerholz always constructs a roster of a championship-caliber team.
Jason Varitek will be a free agent at the end of this season, and it won't be easy putting a price tag on his worth.
George Steinbrenner would sign Pedro Martinez -- a free agent after this year -- just to spite the Red Sox brass.
The White Sox have been rumored to be trading just about every one of their players to the Dodgers.
Scott Boras believes Greg Maddux deserves extra dough for being a senior counselor to the Cubs' youthful staff.
With the free agent signings of Vladimir Guerrero and Bartolo Colon, the Angels are primed for success.