According to Joel Shermen, Type B compensation could be eliminated this off season. This would radically change off season plans to teams who offered their type B free agents arbitration.
Compensation should remain the same for Type A free agents, the team losing the free agent acquiring the team's first round pick (unless it is a protected pick) and getting a sandwhich round pick. The elimination of Type B free agent compensation leave us to wonder, will there be Type B free agency in existence at all? And if it stays, what is the point without any compensation?
So I ask you, MLB Daily Dish reader, is this good or bad for baseball?