Let's take a look at all of Tuesday's transactions and offseason scuttle.
Chief baseball officer Tony La Russa and GM Dave Stewart can't repeat their first dysfunctional offseason if the D-backs are to improve from mediocrity to contender in 2016.
The Pirates won for the 13th time in 16 games on Sunday. That story and lots more is covered in this edition of Eye on MLB, aka The Eye.
Diamondbacks pitcher Josh Collmenter recently visited the Hollywood Walk of Fame dressed as ... well, Josh Collmenter.
Max Scherzer is a stud, but is there a bit of smoke and mirrors involved? Our Heath Cummings points to the good and bad values in an extra full Tuesday slate of MLB games.
It's a thin crop of two-start pitchers for the coming week, but Al Melchior identifies a few one- and two-start pitchers worth claiming.
A four-game night slate on a Wednesday? Heath Cummings surveys limited options and builds around a slightly more affordable Zack Greinke instead of pricey Max Scherzer.
The Marlins hit rock bottom on Sunday when they were nearly no-hit and fired manager Mike Redmond. You can find that story and much more in today's Eye on MLB post.
Quality two-start pitchers are scarce for the coming week, and Al Melchior picks through the meager offerings for standard mixed league owners.
Welcome to The Eye. In here, we'll be updating throughout the night with game recaps, fun GIFs/videos/Vines along with news, rumors and injuries.

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