The Giants spent big on free agents over the winter as they prepare to make another even year World Series run.
Mike Mussina and Curt Schilling not getting in the Hall of Fame means an entire generation of pitchers is being vastly under-appreciated in Hall of Fame voting.
Putting Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija behind Madison Bumgarner means the Giants have big upside, though there are risks.
The Giants have a lot of money to spend in free agency this winter. Is that the best way for them to get back into the postseason?
From Carlos Gomez and Bryce Harper, to Chris Iannetta and Paul Maholm, major leaguers are stunned and saddened by the loss of Hanson, who died Monday night after he reportedly fell into a coma and sustained catastrophic organ failure.
At 9 am ET Monday morning, a total of 139 players became free agents, including stars like David Price and Jason Heyward.
The Cubs feature a seven-man bullpen that was basically all acquired on the cheap, some of it off the veritable scrap heap.
The qualifying offer has been set at approximately $15.8M this offseason. Let's look at which free agents may receive the offer.
Longtime teammates Barry Zito and Tim Hudson received standing ovations after being lifted from Saturday's farewell game in Oakland.
In advance of what's likely the end of his final season, the Giants are paying him a tribute of sorts to the 40-year-old right-hander.

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