On Nov. 6, The Post published our Top 30 free-agent rankings and predictions. Since then … not a heck of a lot has happened. Just 11 of those 30 have signed, and just three of the top 10.
So, in light of the market developments (or lack thereof), let’s
Free agency is upon us, and I’d be surprised if we got through next week’s general managers’ and owners’ meetings without some significant signings. After what transpired last January — a spending cold front that left myriad veterans settling for far less than they hoped to get —
LOS ANGELES — Rome burned for the Cubs while Wade Davis withered in the bullpen.
In a decision that could haunt Joe Maddon all winter, the Cubs manager on Sunday entrusted Game 2 of the NLCS to John Lackey. The erratic Lackey entered with two outs in the ninth and walked
The Cubs and Dodgers will decide the National League pennant for the second straight year, but the roles are reversed.
In 2016 the Cubs were the clear team to beat and showed it, ousting the Dodgers in six games before winning the franchise’s first World Series since 1908. This year the
MIAMI — Mookie Betts took Chris Archer up, up and away twice on Sunday.
Betts, leading off for the Red Sox, homered on the Tampa ace’s third pitch. Then after the game, knowing Archer needed a lift cross-state to Miami for the All-Star Game, offered his private jet. The catch: Betts