Which is what's made the Arizona Diamondbacks' offseason pretty satisfying. Nobody's getting any younger, the Dodgers aren't getting any poorer, the Giants aren't getting any dumber, and Paul Goldschmidt and A.J. Pollock aren't getting any more ready to win. Yeah, the Red Sox run hard at today and the Cubs ain't playin' around anymore and the Dodgers are probably backing up the dump truck as we speak, but we're talking about the Diamondbacks, a plucky little club that managed 2015 on about $88 million, that four years ago had a payroll under $60 million.