Let's shut down the Hot Stove and get spring started with a look at the best stories, best and worst free-agent signings, the most improved and least improved teams, players to watch and much more.
Looking at the good and the bad as baseball's offseason has reached its halfway point.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are closing in on signing free agent pitcher Zack Greinke, according to a source.
It didn't look like teams got much done at the winter meetings, but plenty of groundwork got done.
Carl Crawford sealed the deal for the Red Sox, who were the big winners at the winter meetings. The big losers? The Angels, for losing Crawford -- their primary offseason target -- to Boston.
There's ace left-hander Cliff Lee, and then there's everyone else. The market for teams not named the Yankees should be declared a disaster area.
Put away your calculators and spreadsheets -- we've already done the calculations for you. These five teams -- and it's not just the usual suspects -- are poised to be big-time players in the free-agent market this winter.
There's plenty of interest in Blue Jays right-hander Roy Halladay, but Toronto's asking price for the Cy Young winner remains high.