Jeff Passan’s Monday notes column.
The haul going back to the Tigers seems to be still up in the air. Most recent speculation is Daniel Norris and two other pitchers.
Well that is a switch.
MLB sources confirmed to me this afternoon that the Cubs have been in discussions with the Philadelphia Phillies on a deal for Cole Hamels who has three years left on his current contract plus an option year. While he is an expensive piece he fits the needs of the team to upgrade their rotation while adding a player who would be a part of the team beyond the rest of this season. The Cubs will probably add an additional starter for depth perhaps as a rental type but that is not expected to be a ...
The question remains: How good can Puig be?
He has made an effort to be a better teammate since the All-Star break, sources say. But the far more relevant concern is his performance.
Puig’s OPS in July is only .623, and he remains vulnerable to high velocity. Scherzer struck him out three times Sunday, with fastballs registering 95 and 97 mph and a slider registering 87.
Puig, in 62 at-bats this season ending on fastballs between 89 and 94 mph, has batted .403 ...
Tim Dierkes assesses the potential free agents.
We’re about 45% of the way through the 2015 MLB season, and free agency looms for several of the game’s star players. It’s time for a new installment of the 2016 MLB Free Agent Power Rankings.
if there’s a lesson through all this: Don’t ever make a draft pick predicated on saving a little money.
Rick Porcello talks about what he learned from the other starters in Detroit.
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