Potential Trade Suitors for Chicago Cubs Outfielder Nate Schierholtz
While the bulk of the offseason wheeling and dealing takes place prior to the start of spring training, there are always at least a few trades that go down after preseason play starts, and it looks like Chicago Cubs outfielder Nate Schierholtz could be on the move.
Why These Players Will Make Make Philadelphia Phillies Better in 2014
The Philadelphia Phillies have the chance to be a special team in 2014, whether people want to admit it or not.
Every MLB Team's Non-Roster Invitee with Best Shot to Make Roster
Last offseason, it was Marlon Byrd and Scott Kazmir who headlined a group of minor-league free agents that were able to parlay a spring training invite into spots on Opening Day major-league rosters.
MLB Predictions: Picking the Biggest Busts for 2014
Every MLB season has it's fair share of surprise contributors, but at the same time there are inevitably a handful of players who fall well short of expectations and wind up as busts as well.
Pittsburgh Pirates Offseason Cost Them A.J. Burnett
May 25, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher A.J. Burnett reacts as he leaves the mound after being removed from the game against the Chicago Cubs during the sixth inning at PNC Park.