Arizona have been one of the most active teams in baseball over the last couple of seasons. A.J. Pollock and Patrick Corbin left in the 2018/19 offseason, and franchise star Paul Goldschmidt was traded to the Cardinals.… Read more
San Diego Padres have made a tremendous effort to establish a competitive team, and the 2020 season could show how real their aspirations are. Led by general manager A. J. Preller, the club got Manny Machado and Eric Hosmer, who became the core of a still struggling batting order.
Remember when the Minnesota Twins won the AL Central division in 2019 in convincing fashion? They are more than ready to take the next step, especially after their latest move.
The Atlanta Braves were in the running for Josh Donaldson right until the end. On Tuesday, however, the former MVP signed a four-year pact with the Minnesota Twins, leaving the Braves without a cleanup hitter.
The Texas Rangers have signed third baseman Todd Frazier to a one-year, $5 million deal with a club option for 2021, per Ken Rosenthal.
Tampa Bay Rays finally got the slugger they wanted in a blockbuster trade with the St Louis Cardinals. Jose Martinez heads to Florida.
The Indians have had probably the most disappointing offseason by any team in a long time. Let’s examine a few of their needs, and potential candidates.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have further provided depth to their outfield, signing former Los Angeles Angel Kole Calhoun to a two-year, $16 million contract with a 2022 club option that is worth $9 million, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan.
The New York Mets have agreed a deal to sign hard-throwing reliever Dellin Betances.
After the Blue Jays traded their long-tenured ace Marcus Stroman to the Mets mid-summer, the team’s rotation looked somewhat ugly. This offseason GM Ross Atkins had the task of reestablishing a group of starting pitchers that could possibly match the team’s talent at the plate and on the field.
Miami Marlins have signed Matt Kemp to a minor-league deal, hoping that they could use the very last that remains from the former Dodgers, Padres and Braves outfielder. According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the deal includes a spring training invitation and every chance for Kemp to make a return to everyday Major League baseball for the final time in his 13-year career.
Nobody expected it, nobody could have even predicted anything quite like this. Yet, Madison Bumgarner, one of the best pitchers in 2010s’ MLB baseball, has signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks, who even are division rivals with his former team, the Giants.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have shown interest in Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber as well as All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor, per Jon Heyman.
The stars of MLB free agency - Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg, Anthony Rendon - have all signed. The next tier of free agents are yet to move. Outfielders have been under the radar so far, with leading free agents Nicholas Castellanos and Marcell Ozuna the only players frequently popping up on the rumour mill.