If the pirates want an upgrade from Jody Mercer at short, they should have the pitching to bring in Gregorius
The Tigers probably won't be in the running for Gregorius now that they have acquired Gonzalez.
Pittsburgh is also working to lock up their talented young left fielder with a long-term deal. With Andrew McCutchen in center, Marte in left and top prospect Gregory Polanco expected to take over in right in the near future, the pirates should feature one of the best outfields in the game for years to come and signing Marte now would help keep that talented group together as long as possible.
The pirates are also getting close to a solution at first base. It appears Ishikawa will platoon with incumbent Gaby Sanchez.
Colome appears to have tested positive for Boldenone, a steroid originally created for horses.
Despite a number of injuries plaguing their rotation, the Braves have decided the 37-year-old is not the solution
Instead, they will go with the 36-year-old Harang, who lost out on a roster spot with the Indians this spring.
Baker's numbers haven't been great this spring, but his arm hasn't fallen off either, so another team will probably take a chance on him soon enough.
Chicago has locked up their young lefty for the next five years. The deal is noteworthy for it's complicated structure. The total amount will change if the 25-year-old lefty qualifies for arbitration this season.