Matt Snyder

CBS Sports Writer /

MLB Power Rankings: Baseball's top 10 rotations entering 2024 season with Braves, Astros, Phillies at the top

The Braves, Astros, Phillies, Dodgers, Yankees and who else rank among the top 10 rotations?

Kodai Senga injury update: Mets' ace shut down for three weeks with shoulder strain, will miss Opening Day

Senga was originally slated to be the Mets' Opening Day starter

Tim Anderson signs with Marlins: Former All-Star shortstop inks reported $5M deal after rough 2023

To make room, RHP Sandy Alcantara has been transferred to 60-day IL

2024 Dodgers on pace to score 72 runs per game (after one inning of spring training)

The Dodgers' offense went absolutely bonkers in their first spring training game

Gio Urshela to sign with Tigers: Detroit adds utility infielder on one-year, $1.5 million deal, per report

Urshela is primarily a third baseman, but has seen time all around the infield

Mitch Keller, Pirates agree on five-year contract extension worth $77 million, per report

Deal buys out two arbitration years and his first three years of free agency

Amed Rosario to sign with Rays: AL East contenders add to infield mix with one-year, $1.5M deal, per report

Rosario has seen time at shortstop, second base and some outfield

Snyder's Soapbox: Why MLB teams should embrace the powerful leadoff man and the home runs he launches

Leave behind the archaic mindset that the leadoff position is more about stolen bases

Managers Terry Francona and Joe Maddon rewatch, relive 2016 World Series Game 7 in new MLB Network special

The special airs Thursday at 8 p.m. ET and it's a must-watch for Cubs fans

MLB Power Rankings: Picking baseball's top 10 offenses entering 2024 season

The Braves, Astros, Dodgers and Rangers are battling for the top spot on this list

Sacramento reportedly 'front-runner' for A's 2025-27 home

The A's will move to Las Vegas in 2028 and will play in Oakland this season, but in between remains up in the air

Matt Snyder has been a baseball writer with CBS Sports since 2011. A member of the BBWAA, he's now covered every World Series since 2010. The former Indiana University baseball player now lives on the north side of Indianapolis with his wife, daughter and son.

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