The Rangers are offering three outstanding Globe Life Park experiences for the annual Winter Meetings Charity Auction, which began Monday morning and runs until 9 a.m. CT on Thursday, the last day of the Winter Meetings.
The Astros are auctioning off a meet and greet with Carlos Correa with the winner receiving four field box tickets and the opportunity to watch batting practice from the field. The auction supports the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund, which is in memory of the late pioneering baseball executive whose career spanned 40 years.
The Rangers have reached an agreement with right-handed reliever Chris Martin on a two-year, $4 million contract, sources said Monday.
The Rangers — known for their reunions with former players — are weighing the possibility of another one with pitcher Yu Darvish.
The Mariners are offering some unique items for the sixth annual online charity auction during the Winter Meetings. The event has raised more than $900,000 since its inception to aid various cancer causes, and this year’s auction supports the “Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship fund.”
The Astros signed catcher Tim Fedorowicz and right-handed pitcher Matt Ramsey to Minor League contracts with invitations to Spring Training, the team announced Monday.
The Astros’ pursuit for relief pitching could heat up in the next few days, with general manager Jeff Luhnow saying Monday he’s optimistic the club will be able to make a move during the Winter Meetings or shortly after.
Astros vice president of communications Gene Dias was named the recipient of the 2017 Robert O. Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence during Winter Meetings on Monday.
The Angels are offering supporters the chance to bid on three items: a meet and greet with superstar center fielder Mike Trout and manager Mike Scioscia; a Spring Training experience; and the opportunity to throw a ceremonial first pitch at Angel Stadium.
With Shohei Ohtani in tow, one of the questions the Angels are now weighing this offseason is whether a six-man rotation would be the best way to fold the Japanese two-way star into the Majors next year.
The Rangers need at least one more starting pitcher before the offseason is over, and there are plenty to choose from in a free-agent market that has not been seriously tapped going into the Winter Meetings.