The Washington Nationals May Be the Latest “Contract Year” Victim

The Washington Nationals made the first big free agent signing of the offseason, and it did not involve re-signing Bryce Harper. Instead, they handed $140 million over six years to left-hander Patrick Corbin. It was a surprise to many because all the noise had the 29-year-old going to either the Philadelphia Phillies or (more likely) his hometown New York Yankees. But, according to Jack Curry, Corbin priced himself out of New York’s range by looking for “Darvish Money”- in reference to Yu Darvish’s six years, $126 million deal from last winter.…

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How the Los Angeles Dodgers Can Own the Offseason

The MLB offseason is arguably the most exciting time in the sport, outside of the playoffs. Player mobility is always enticing and something to get thrilled about. We get to see big trades involving star players along with stars leaving their former team and signing with a new one. It’s a time for teams to do what they can to improve their squad for either the short or long-term and in some cases, both. The winter time brings hope for fanbases because it’s another step towards relevance for their team…

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