Major League Baseball, land of (relative) opportunity and parity, should be thankful The Post has to reach for an NBA analogy to aptly describe this current Hot Stove league:
The owners are the Warriors of recent vintage, and the players are everyone else.
Good grief, what a nuclear winter for
Barring a trade that would be difficult to make because of several hurdles, Jacoby Ellsbury will arrive at spring training more than willing to reclaim the starting center-field job he lost a year ago.
“Jacoby likes New York, likes the Yankees and feels he is an everyday player,’’ Ellsbury’s
One enormous news conference. A few trades of note. A flurry of contracts for setup men. So much more work to be done.
Yet the Winter Meetings still projected a big-event feel, which is what occurs when you hold the industry’s biggest get-together of the year.
The offseason has miles
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Winter Meetings were killed by smart guys. Date of death, December 2017. Send money to Scott Boras in lieu of flowers.
Many reasons coalesced to create the least active meetings perhaps ever — the methodical Boras having five of the biggest players in
Scott Boras refuses to rule out the Yankees as a future destination of Bryce Harper.
Or, at least, the super-agent is appealing to Hal Steinbrenner’s finer tastes.
With the Yankees’ acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton spurring widespread speculation the Yankees appear far less likely of an option for Harper when he
CLEVELAND – Play along. Really, if you are a Mets fan what else do you have right now besides imagining a couple of those questionable dominoes falling right for the team next year?
With so few sure things and the likelihood of a lowered payroll, the Mets will need a few