Jayson Stark picks the winners and losers of the offseason to date, considering the winter meetings couldn't match the activity from the previous week.
Where will Josh Hamilton land in the offseason? Likely not with a big-market team.
Jose Reyes' recurring hamstring problems will very likely cost him a boatload of money once he becomes a free agent in the offseason.
One year after calf issues tormented Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins for virtually the entire 2010 season, he told ESPN.com: "The best advice I can give Derek Jeter is, 'You're going to get healed in the offseason.'"
Forgot some of what happened this offseason? We've got you covered. Not sure exactly what to keep an eye on this spring? Yep, Jayson Stark is all over that, too.
A number of players who have signed contracts this winter have included some imaginative incentive clauses in their deals.
The Red Sox lost Jason Bay and focused on run prevention in the offseason, but they won't be offensively challenged in 2010.
The cold of the offseason is a thing of the past due to the warmth and sunshine that comes with the start of spring training.
The offseason free-agent starting pitching market will soon be filled with a lot of low-impact names.
It sure has been one weird winter, which can mean only one thing: It's going to be one weird spring.
Change was the word of choice for the Blue Jays in the offseason. And winning is now realistically part of the plan in Toronto.
The NL East might as well reside on a fault line with all the offseason activity rumbling through the division.
With all the offseason craziness, 2003 never really ended for the Red Sox. Now, it's time to move on.
From the new darlings (Phillies) to the continued sad-sacks (Devil Rays), baseball had an interesting offseason.
The Seattle Mariners have traded outfielder Michael Saunders to the Toronto Blue Jays for left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ.
In an offseason in which baseball has committed itself to speeding up the pace of games, several players told ESPN.com this week that players want "a voice" in this process.