If you have been too busy watching the protracted public negotiations over the potential R.A. Dickey trade to think about anything else, we have you covered. Here is the latest from the rest of the NL East.
Signings / Acquisitions
- The Braves signed utility infielder Ramiro Pena to a one-year deal worth.
- The Phillies signed reliever Mike Adams to a two year/$12M deal with a vesting option for 2015.
- The Phillies signed starting pitcher John Lannan to a one year deal worth $2.5M.
- Phillies claimed Maurcio Robles off of waivers from the Seattle Mariners.
- The Mets are still going back and forth with the Blue Jays on an R.A. Dickey trade, which could now see seven players swap sides.
- With the recent additions to their bullpen and rotation, the Phillies are expected to focus on upgrading the outfield and they are honing in on Cody Ross.
- The Nationals have made a two year/$25M proposal to Adam LaRoche and they are sticking to it this point, according to Thomas Boswell of the Washington Post.
- The Mets are not expected to receive any outfield help in the Dickey trade and will turn to low cost free agents to address that issue.
- The Braves have Mark Trumbo on their radar now, but the Angels are not interested in moving the slugger right now.