Although he won't be eligible until 2018, see why Chipper Jones has a strong case for making the Hall of Fame in his first year on the ballot.
These are the 10 riskiest offseason moves made in MLB.
After narrowly missing the cut in 2016, Jeff Bagwell should have an excellent chance of reaching Cooperstown next year.
It's tough to see some legends grow old and become shadows of themselves. These guys need to retire before it starts to get ugly.
MLB teams didn't spend wisely when it comes to these 10 players. Whether they're worth their contract now or not, they won't be soon.
If suspected PED users like Rogers Clemens and Barry Bonds eventually get into the Baseball Hall of Fame, it should also be open to gamblers like Pete Rose.
MLB teams strive to improve in the offseason, but some teams have taken steps back.
James Shields is still a very good pitcher who eats innings and there are plenty of teams that could use a pitcher like him. Here are five teams that should trade for Shields.
The age of All-Stars has been lowering the last few years. When examining the best at each position in the AL, it becomes apparent a new group of superstars have arrived in MLB.
In his fourth year on the Hall of Fame ballot, Curt Schilling saw an increase in support. This is a good sign as his numbers show he is just as worthy as others who have already been inducted.