After a recent rash of signings, the free agent catching market is bare. Teams with catching depth now have some nice trade chips on their hands.
Updates on David Price, Yovani Gallardo, Kenta Maeda, Jeff Mathis, Cliff Pennington and Blaine Boyer headline Saturday's daily hot stove recap.
Matt Wieters is the best catcher available in free agency this offseason by no small margin. Here's a look at the crop of free-agent catchers.
At 9 am ET Monday morning, a total of 139 players became free agents, including stars like David Price and Jason Heyward.
Loria's team will be on its eighth manager since 2010 after Dan Jennings is replaced as expected in the offseason. But that's just one problem spot for the Fish, who will finish under .500 for the eighth time in 10 seasons in 2015.
With a rash of injuries at the position, Fantasy players might have to go off the radar for help, Chris Towers writes at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
For those players with big platoon splits, success can often come down to being put in the best position to succeed. Which players got the least help from their managers last season?
After a 13-win increase last season, might the Marlins eye a playoff berth in 2015? Let's preview them.
The Marlins have uncharacteristically reloaded their roster, and Al Melchior sorts through their suddenly robust selection of Fantasy-relevant talents.

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