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Joe profiled one of the premier free agents of the 2012 class, Jose Reyes.
Lew took a look at what free agent slugger Vladimir Guerrero may have left to offer a club next season.
While some project Justin Verlander to be the runaway winner of the AL Cy Young award, Joe tells us why things shouldn’t be so cut-and-dry.
Lew chronicled the polar opposite careers of Milton Bradley and Jim Thome.
Continuing his look at the best the free agent market has to offer, Joe profiled the prospects of Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder this winter.
After it was announced that Jamie Moyer will attempt to pitch in 2012, Lew told us why the veteran is the Methuselah of the mound.
Mickey let us know that, while Dan Duquette has a steep mountain to climb in Baltimore, the new general manager does have several intriguing pieces to work with.
Lew gave us all a look at the upcoming Golden Era ballot and offered R.A. Dickey advice for his climb up Mount Kilimanjaro.
Mickey and Joe gave us their takes on the trade that sent Jonathan Sanchez to the Royals in exchange for Melky Cabrera.
Lew profiled Hall of Fame candidate Luis Tiant.
With the ongoing CBA negotiations, Tim took us back to the MLB strike of 1981.
Lew continued his series on upcoming HoF hopefuls by taking a look at Allie Reynolds.
Topics: Albert Pujols, Jamie Moyer, Jim Thome, Jonathan Sanchez, Jose Reyes, Justin Verlander, Melky Cabrera, Milton Bradley, Prince Fielder, R.A. Dickey, Vladimir Guerrero