Dan Szymborski of Baseball Think Factory uses the ZiPS system to see how Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder will impact the Angels and Tigers, respectively, in 2012, and project what changes each team needs to make by 2015.
Dan Szymborski looks ahead to the free-agent season, examining teams that appear to have plenty of money to spend and suggesting good fits for the biggest names in baseball's upcoming free-agent class.
Dan Szymborski projects Carl Crawford as a Red Sox. The results look really strong, but there's one problem: Boston's lineup will murder right-handed pitchers, but against lefties (i.e., Cliff Lee), it could struggle.
Dan Szymborski looks at logical projections for Derek Jeter between 2011 and 2015, and then "ideal" projections -- those he has a 20 percent chance of attaining -- to determine where the best value in the Yanks' SS lies.
Dan Szymborski breaks down the market for 1B/DH based on WAR (wins above replacement) and ZiPS (a projection system). Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko remain the big names, but Derrek Lee is a guy that could get a contender some value.
Dan Szymborski examines the actual market value of a handful of players given qualifying offers Monday, and identifies six players who should consider accepting their offers, ranking them from most willing to accept to least.