PLAYER POS TEAM BATS THROWS HT WT Dee Gordon SS LA Dodgers Left Right 5-11 150 Dee Gordon, who was promoted Monday, is an exciting, acrobatic, athletic, flashy shortstop who can flat-out fly.
Jim Bowden outlines four potential trades for A's starter Scott Kazmir, deals that involve the Cardinals, Dodgers, Red Sox and Giants.
Jim Bowden outlines his plan to fix five teams off to poor starts, including the Angels acquiring Carlos Gonzalez to improve their struggling offense.
Jim Bowden says it's never too early to look ahead to the trade deadline, and identifies the names most likely to be hot as July 31 nears.
A.J. Preller has already proven to be an active trader, and Jim Bowden examines three particular areas Preller could try to improve next.
Presenting 10 bold predictions for the upcoming season, including some big trades involving the Red Sox and Yankees.
Jim Bowden provides observations thus far from spring training. He writes that the Cardinals and Nationals are the clear National League favorites.
Jim Bowden explains why it's necessary for the Rangers to trade some veterans and begin a rebuilding phase, then lays out how they should go about it.
Jim Bowden has three trades and two contract extensions that should happen by the end of spring training, including a remedy for the Angels' 2B hole.
Scouts in Arizona and Florida covering spring training are buzzing over the game’s next generation of shortstops.Corey Seager of the Dodgers, Francisco Lindor of the Indians, Carlos Correa of the Astros, J.
Jim Bowden sits down with Oakland A's GM Billy Beane in an attempt to understand the renowned executive's current philosophy better.
Jim Bowden has thoughts on the Padres, Angels and Giants, including notes on A.J. Preller and Mike Trout, after spending a week at the Cactus League.
One of the most exciting aspects of spring training for me is the opportunity to put eyes on some of the top prospects in baseball, to see how they are developing and whether their timetables have moved up, moved back or stayed on pace.
Infielders and outfielders have joined pitchers and catchers at spring training in Arizona and Florida, and the drama is ongoing. We are already monitoring injuries, position changes, trade rumors, comebacks and players with new teams.
Jim Bowden lays out the pitchers and catchers he'll be tracking, whether it's because they have questions regarding an injury or some other reason.
Jim Bowden looks at what each team did -- or didn't -- do this offseason, with a letter-grade performance for each franchise. The Padres top the ranks.