Mark Feinsand, an executive reporter, originally joined MLB.com as a reporter in 2001.
|Mike Trout is the best player in baseball. He's also the most untradeable. That's not to say the other 29 teams wouldn't love to call the Angels' superstar their own, but given his age, talent and contract status, it's impossible to imagine a scenario in which any club could make an offer that Los Angeles general manager Billy Eppler couldn't refuse.
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|We're nearing the end of the season's first month, and while more than 80 percent of the schedule still remains, as the great Yogi Berra used to say, it's getting late early.
More»Feinsand on weekly Trade Power Rankings|
|As he prepared to enter his third season, Farhan Zaidi chatted with MLB.com at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz., during the final days of Spring Training to discuss his start in baseball, what he learned from Billy Beane, how difficult winning a fifth straight National League West title will be for the Dodgers and why watching Clayton Kershaw pitch is one of the most stressful parts of his job.
More»Dodgers GM Zaidi discusses Roberts' leadership|
|MLB.com sat down with Rockies senior vice president and general manager Jeff Bridich at Salt River Fields during the final days of Spring Training to discuss his career, why signing a shortstop/outfielder to be the Rockies' new first baseman was a good idea, and why Nolan Arenado may be one of the game's most anonymous superstars.
More»Bridich discusses Arenado's rise to stardom|
|MLB.com sat down with Rangers general manager Jon Daniels in his office at Surprise Stadium in Arizona during the final days of Spring Training to discuss his career, learning from good and bad trades and why he'll never be considered the most famous recent graduate from his high school.
More»Rangers GM Daniels looks back on beginning of tenure|
|MLB.com recently sat down with Reds GM Dick Williams in his Spring Training office in Goodyear, Ariz., to discuss his life before baseball, the difficulty of trading popular players and why "rebuilding" can be a dirty word.
More»Dick Williams reflects on his career in baseball|
|Justus Sheffield and Chance Adams are hoping to be the next Yankees prospects to make an impact in the Bronx with their talented arms the way that sluggers Gary Sanchez, Aaron Judge and Greg Bird have with their bats during the past 18 months.
More» Chance Adams, RHP, Yankees|
|MLB.com sat down with Giants senior vice president and general manager Bobby Evans to discuss what he's learned from Brian Sabean, what it was like watching Barry Bonds on a daily basis and why Buster Posey is so important to the Giants.
More»Evans on being part of three World Series titles|
|MLB.com sat down with Jerry Dipoto in his office at the Peoria Sports Complex during the final days of Spring Training to discuss his path to Seattle, how the Mariners can catch the Seahawks and why more players haven't gone the front-office route.
More»Dipoto believes roster is ideally built to compete|
|Derek Jeter used to say the season didn't really start until the Yankees played their first game in the Bronx. If Monday's home opener was a sign of things to come, this could be quite an interesting season for the Yankees after all.
More» Pineda fans 11, holds Rays to one run in win|
|Each week, we'll take a look at the 10 players most likely to move between now and July 31, based on their performance, contract status, team standing and more. This is the debut of the 2017 Trade Deadline Power Rankings.
More»Feinsand discusses top trade targets|
|MLB.com recently sat down with Mike Chernoff in office at Goodyear Ballpark in the closing days of Spring Training to discuss Mark Shapiro's impact on his career, how growing up around the world of sports radio influenced him and why the Indians won't suffer from a World Series hangover.
More»GM Chernoff on maintaining post-World Series focus|
|Simply known as "Coach" to those who knew him, Dom Cecere guided the Eastchester High School baseball team for 52 seasons, winning more games than anyone in New York state history.
More»Eastchester HS alumni discuss coach Dom Cecere|
|Dayton Moore never dreamed about working for his hometown baseball team, but the opportunity to revive a once-great franchise proved to be too much for him to turn down.
More»Moore on their roster of both young and older players|
|MLB.com recently sat down with David Stearns in his Spring Training office at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, Ariz., to discuss his fast track to the GM's office, what he learned working for Mark Shapiro and Jeff Luhnow, and what it was like for him to turn over half of his 40-man roster in one offseason.
More»Stearns discusses young roster, trying to contend|
|Rick Hahn knows what it's like to end a lengthy drought in Chicago the way the Cubs did last fall, having helped the White Sox win their first World Series title in 2005 after an 88-year stretch without a championship. Now the general manager is in the midst of a rebuilding project with those same White Sox.
More»Hahn talks about the importance of Statcast|
|Being general manager of the Red Sox is a dream job for any kid growing up in Massachusetts, but Mike Hazen gave it up last October for a chance to head west, taking the same position with the D-backs. Rather than serving as Dave Dombrowski's No. 2, Hazen now has the final call on all baseball matters in Arizona.
More»Mike Hazen discusses importance of Pollock, Peralta|
|Rather than listing the best players in the game and pairing them up with the appropriate award or rattling off the five best teams in an attempt to forecast the postseason picture, here's a look at a dozen figures around the majors who will make their share of news during the 2017 campaign.
More»Feinsand on Goldschmidt, Arenado's 2017 outlook|
|MLB.com recently sat down with David Forst in his office at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Ariz., to discuss what he learned as a player, the trade of Josh Donaldson, turning the club around after two difficult seasons, and, of course, "Moneyball."
More»Forst discusses missing postseason, rebuilding roster|
|Opening Day is a time for hope. General managers have spent the past few months -- or years, in some cases -- to build a roster they hope will take the next step toward bringing a World Series title to their fan base.
More»Matt Klentak on NL East competition|