Jon Paul Morosi is a national MLB writer for FOXSports.com. He previously covered baseball for the Detroit Free Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer. He began his journalism career at the Bay City Times in his native Michigan.
They've tweaked the roster and beefed up the coaching and scouting, moves the Angels hope will help them start the season strong. But once again, their starting pitching is a question mark after the top two.
MLB is a tricky business, which might seem like it deters clubs from calling up young stars. Exhibit A: Houston offers a prospect $23 million for seven years, but the player turns it down. Why? 'Only in baseball.'
A common perception among fans is that players making millions should be happy just to be in the big leagues. The case of Randy Wolf illustrates another side of the business -- the cold-blooded side, in which clubs occasionally use the rules to try and take advantage of players.