It was the Los Angeles Dodgers, not the New York Yankees, who handed out baseball's first $100 million contract in 1998. Kevin Brown, who would eventually pitch for both teams, was signed to a deal that paid him $105 million over seven years—an average of $15 million per season. In retrospect, it's hard to say that Brown earned his money for five of those seven years; the last two, spent in New York, were unmitigated disasters.
Zack Greinke will be the biggest pitcher on baseball's free agent market, with no shortage of suitors lining up with money in hand. He's a perfect target for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Greinke was 15-5 this season, while pitching for ... Read Post
Baseball fans have gotten a taste of what has been cooking on the hot stove thus far this winter. We have witnessed history being made, as Zack Greinke signed a six-year, $147 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, making hi... Read Post