Our rundown of all the free-agent signings and trades at MLB's Winter Meetings.
Six years ago, over the span of 48 frenzied hours at a hotel in Dallas, the Angels pulled off a $331.5 million free-agent splurge that left the baseball world stunned.
The Pirates announced a pair of Minor League free agent deals on Thursday, officially agreeing to sign outfielder Todd Cunningham and right-hander Richard Rodriguez.
The Marlins have yet to make any major moves with their big league roster, but they are quietly adding organizational depth with a series of non-roster signings. Recently, the club came to terms with infielder Johnny Giavotella, catcher Bryan Holaday and right-hander Drew Rucinski to Minor League deals with Spring Training invitations.
The Tigers spent the summer trimming payroll in their flurry of trades for prospects, then made some tough decisions on arbitration-eligible players at season’s end. Friday’s 8 p.m. ET non-tender deadline, by contrast, has the chance to be quiet for them.
Angels right-hander JC Ramirez has been cleared to begin a throwing program next week after his latest exam showed continued improvement of the partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow.
The deadline for non-tendering a player’s contract is Friday at 7 p.m. CT, and there’s a good chance the Royals will non-tender only one player.
By 8 p.m. ET on Friday, the Indians will need to determine whether to tender 2018 contracts to their seven arbitration-eligible players. The only player that looks like a non-tender candidate is outfielder Abraham Almonte. The other six (Cody Allen, Trevor Bauer, Lonnie Chisenhall, Zach McAllister, Dan Otero and Danny Salazar) seem like locks to […]
A couple of players with big league experience have reached agreements with the Marlins on Minor League contracts with invitations to Spring Training.
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The Reds signed a pair of outfielders, Mason Williams and Rosell Herrera, to Minor League contracts on Friday and invited both to Major League camp at Spring Training.
The 2017 Major League Baseball General Manager Meetings will take place this week in Orlando, Florida. Consider this the official start of the hot stove season–which means free agency and trades will begin to commence. Rumors have already begun around big names like Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton