Follow the TV money.
The White Sox have never eclipsed $70 million on a contract and while the team’s history suggests not, it doesn’t mean a big deal isn’t out there.
The Cubs will pay for high-end pitching, whether it’s using their hard-earned financial flexibility and borrowing against a future TV deal to sign a big-name free agent, or cashing in prospects fr
Jason Hammel took down Masahiro Tanaka at Wrigley Field, a 6-1 decision over the New York Yankees that ended a streak of 42 unbeaten regular-season starts for the Japanese ace.
Rick Hahn’s sale pitch to free agents this offseason won’t be forced as it was a year ago.