Peter Gammons: A late January look at some 2018 story-lines

I get every argument. J.D. Martinez is older than Justin Upton, and, lord knows, the Red Sox are the only team in baseball over the luxury tax threshold because of Pablo Sandoval. I also get how hard the man has worked to get to 45 home runs, and his likely ability to stay healthy as a DH to AGE … [Read More...]

Peter Gammons: Astros reload for 2018 run with Cole trade

The Astros are World Champions, partly because their position players are young and intrepid and love the runway, and, by the way, they hammer fastballs so well they led the major leagues in runs and OPS. When they acquired Justin Verlander they likely assured that championship, that guy for whom … [Read More...]

Peter Gammons: A few thoughts as we start 2018

So we’re in 2018. The owners have their tax cuts. But they also have luxury tax threshold of $197M with serious disincentives not to cross, at least not this winter, which, in accordance with their last labor agreement with the Players Association, is in many agents’ eyes $13M less than that in … [Read More...]

Video: Peter joins Rich Eisen to discuss Hall of Fame and Tom Brady, the baseball player

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Videos: 2018 Hall of Fame talk with Peter Gammons

Peter on some 2018 Hall of Fame narratives, including Bonds/Clemens, Trevor Hoffman, Billy Wagner, personal voting history and more... … [Read More...]

Video: Peter’s player to break out in 2018

Peter joins Hot Stove on MLB Network to give reveal the Indians' Yandy Diaz as a player that is set to break out in 2018... … [Read More...]

Video: Peter on Bradley Zimmer, potential Yelich trade, and more

Peter joins MLB Tonight to discuss the changes Colin Moran made, what to expect from Bradley Zimmer in 2018, a possible Christian Yelich trade, and more... … [Read More...]

Jamey Newberg: Choose your own adventure.

You are the General Manager of a baseball team.  The team you have built has had a decade-long run of success, and a number of your best veteran players are still on the team and still contributing.  The division you are in, however, now includes baseball’s best team, by most objective and … [Read More...]