Today, in lovely Orlando, MLB's annual GMs’ meeting opens for business, together with (rather interestingly) the quarterly Owners’ meeting. One, if so inclined, could postulate that the dynamic of having so many power brokers - that is, both GMs and their teams' owners, as well as, of course, an army of agents for players - all together now under the same roof for 4 consecutive days just might dramatically increase the chances of some team or perhaps multiple teams going all in for rapid strike / early off-season blockbuster signings or trades. Or not ... it could be just as likely that, as usual, the real action - that is, big time, landscape altering major transactions - gets deferred until the Winter Meetings, which are scheduled for Dec. 9-12, also in Orlando. Free agents up for grabbing include Cano, Ellsbury, Choo, Garza, Jimenez, Beltran, Granderson, as well as our own, McCann and Hudson. Swirling trade rumors include Price, Tulowitzki, Trumbo, Profar and Andrus, among others. Predicting future events is hardly science, in fact, its much closer to educated (or in some of our cases, wild-assed) guessing, so let's not be timid or bashful. Thanks!