The Rays moved to lock up another one of their talented young players, giving Archer a six-year, $25.5 million with two team options, ensuring he will be a Ray until he hits what should be his declining years.
JK Ward examines the deal and wonders why the Rays can do this and other teams can't seem to get on board with the strategy. And when I say other teams, I'm looking at you KC.
Cee Angi argues that the Cubs should hang on to The Shark, because, who else is going to pitch for the Cubs.
One team's unwanted middle reliever or utility infielder is another team's... middle reliever or utility infielder, I guess.