Led by Barry Zito and Alfonso Soriano, there are only a handful of top-tier free agents in this winter's class.
The Pirates and Royals have signed some free agents, but beauty's in the eye of the beholder for these revenue-sharing brothers.
Several active players with Hall of Fame credentials, including Mike Piazza and Sammy Sosa, are still looking for work.
The Orioles' relatively quiet offseason has spawned a new theme among their fan base – hostility.
Free agents, like pitcher Carl Pavano, are finding Detroit more attractive after the team improved by 29 wins in '04.
Kris Benson may have had bargaining power with the Mets. Now other free agents are looking to cash in.
GM Dave Littlefield has had to resort to creative salesmanship to attract free agents to the woeful Pirates.
Here are 12 mid-level free agents who should receive high-level interest once the shopping gets under way.
The forecast for this year's free-agent starters is sunny and raining dollars. Here's the rundown, from the priciest to the most affordable.
Adam Eaton, a free agent next winter, is disturbed by how the Padres are presently conducting business. Jerry Crasnick explains.
The game of new Mariners catcher Kenji Johjima isn't expected to be lost in translation.
At the GM meetings, front-office intrigue has made for light banter, but talks involving big money and available players are about to get serious.
These 10 players signed for less than $1 million and could provide a decent return on the investment.
The 2005-06 free-agent crop looks like a downer – short on starting pitching and long on aging icons.
Baseball executives like the depth of this winter's free-agent pitching contingent.
This winter's free-agent crop provides slim pickings. Armando Benitez tops the list.