Washington Nationals Overpay for Nate McLouth, But Still Make a Solid Move
After acquiring a starter earlier this week, the Washington Nationals checked another item off of their winter wishlist as they signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a two-year, $10.75 million deal with an option for a third year.
Sandy Alderson and Creativity
As the Mets work on terms with Curtis Granderson , much has been opined regarding General Manager Sandy Alderson's tenure.
The OBP Model and the New York Mets
Mike Francesa: Is the Alderson outfielder a player where on-base percentage comes first or power comes first, or both? Sandy Alderson: Well, it would be nice to have a combination.
New York Post
Cubsa plan: To rebuild
The Cubs are essentially the mirror image of the Mets - their deep prospect base is position players, rather than pitching.
Teddy Never Wins
2013 Washington Nationals Review: Scott Hairston
Hairston specializes in facing left-handed pitching and Cubs GM Jed Hoyer was hoping the 33-year-old could have similar success in 2013 as he did the previous season as a member of the New York Mets, as a power bat off the bench and a platoon outfielder.