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December 15 is a big day on the NBA calendar. On that date, the vast majority of the players who signed over the summer become trade-eligible. Keith Smith breaks down potential trade candidates for the NBA Early Trade Season.
The Los Angeles Angels continued their slow rebuild by acquiring OF Hunter Renfroe from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for young pitchers Janson Junk (RHP), Elvis Peguero (RHP), Adam Seminaris (LHP).
With a 3rd Cy Young under his belt, Justin Verlander can walk backwards into the Hall of Fame tomorrow. But the almost 40-year-old seems poised to run it back in 2023. Will his next contract be an historic one?
Another successful season for Jimmy Garoppolo now puts his next multi-year contract into question. What might that deal look like? Which teams are interested? Which other QBs could be hitting the market?
Myles Turner has been the talk of the NBA from being an extension candidate all the way to be the staple player within different trade scenarios. Keith Smith breaks down all of the contract options for Turner.
Our 2022-23 MLB Offseason Financial Series includes a deep dive into the projected cash/tax payrolls, arbitration costs, pending options & free agents, & trade, extension, & non-tender candidates for each franchise.
What can Poeltl earn if he extended with San Antonio? What if Poeltl did an extend-and-trade? What could Poeltl's potentially get if he were to get to 2023 free agency? Keith Smith breaks down all of Jakob Poeltl's contract options.
MLB announced this year's crop of exceptional defenders, handing out Gold Gloves to 20 players Tuesday night and the salary disparity between the National & American Leagues this year are as large as ever.
The 2022 NFL trade deadline day gave us 10 trades, many with huge implications for the remainder of the season. Since October 10th, 18 trades were processed in total. We'll detail all of them here, including the financial ramifications that occurred this season, and a quick look into the future for each.
Breaking down the upcoming offseason for the Guardians, White Sox, Twins, Tigers, & Royals, including projected payrolls, guaranteed contract, notable free agents, potential extension candidates, & trade/non-tender options.
Breaking down the upcoming offseason for the Yankees, Blue Jays, Rays, Orioles & Red Sox, including projected payrolls, guaranteed contracts, notable free agents, potential extension candidates, & trade/non-tender options.