Here's where things stand with Nelson Cruz, Shin-Soo Choo and other bats on market.
With the hot stove season in its early stages, executives give their thoughts on prominent questions that will make news over the next three months.
The welcome wagon awaits in Anaheim, even as Texas fans struggle to come to grips with the way Josh Hamilton became an ex-Ranger.
The Diamondbacks, Tigers and Orioles are among a handful of clubs that could do something significant in the coming days and weeks.
He'll do his work behind the scenes, but Michael Moye -- Josh Hamilton's agent -- figures to be one of the most important people at baseball's winter meetings next week.
With baseball's hot stove season in its early stages, executives give their thoughts on notable questions that will play out in the weeks ahead.
Josh Hamilton's historic four-homer night is the latest reward for a man only slightly removed from the major payday of free agency.
After getting just a strike away from a title, the Rangers walk away from the World Series with plenty to ponder.
The Rangers had chances -- lots of chances -- to put Game 6 out of reach early or finish it late but couldn't do it. Now they must come back for a Game 7 on the road against the Cardinals.
The World Series took an unexpected day off thanks to bad weather, but when Game 6 does get going on Thursday, five big questions will need to be answered.
Between acrobatic defense and their daring on the basepaths, the Rangers' keystone combo is tough to top.
The Rangers punched their ticket to the World Series for the second straight year, knocking out the Tigers in ALCS Game 6.
Nelson Cruz and Mike Napoli, two relatively late bloomers, provided the offense and defense to put the Rangers one step closer to the World Series.
The Phillies, Yankees and Orioles top the list of teams that have the best combination of guys who play in the middle of the field.
Michael Young wanted out of Texas, but that didn't happen. So the player and the team are ready to move forward and play nice in hopes of another trip to the World Series.
Sources said Adrian Beltre is in Dallas to take a physical and finalize his deal with the Rangers.