MLB Free Agency
Adam Jones talked to CBS Sports writer Matt Snyder to get the latest on the Major League Baseball hot stove.
The Boston Red Sox are reportedly making a big push for one of the biggest bats on the free agent market.
There is going to be a lot of silly money thrown around this winter, and Jon Lester will likely receive some of that from a team other than the Red Sox.
An offseason reunion with Jon Lester seemed like just a dream after he was traded to Oakland, but one MLB exec thinks the Red Sox
“My time there, the memories and all that stuff don’t get erased based on this whole ordeal. … Boston is definitely a place I would go.”
Toucher, Rich and Wallach discuss.
Stephen Drew is still a free agent, but CBS Sports’ Baseball insider Jon Heyman says the shortstop has a few suitors on the market.
Death, taxes and David Ortiz demanding a contract extension – only this time, Michael Felger thinks Big Papi deserves it.
Mazz doesn’t see how Jacoby Ellsbury is a better option than Cano, so he took a New York Yankees fan perspective and explains why the team messed this whole thing up.
Felger read off a list of every MLB free agent in history to sign a deal worth over $20 million in average annual value, and the results say that they never work out.