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MLB Week-in-Review: Royals land Ian Kennedy, Orioles re-sign Chris Davis

Kansas City improved its starting rotation and the Orioles convince Chris Davis to remain in Baltimore.

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While you were sleeping Saturday morning, the Royals and Orioles both improved. Kansas City added Ian Kennedy while Baltimore re-signed Chris Davis.

MLB's Top Headlines:

Cardinals sign Seung-Hwan Oh

Oh receives a two-year contract to pitch for the Cardinals.

Tigers considering adding outfield depth

Yoenis Cespedes and Justin Upton are now on the club's radar.

Aroldis Chapman will close for Yankees

Even though New York has Andrew Miller in its bullpen, Chapman will be the closer.

Dodgers sign Yaisel Sierra

Sierra, who was also drawing interest from the Marlins, gets a six-year deal from the Dodgers.

Rockies sign Gerardo Parra

Parra gets a three-year deal, and the Rockies could move an outfielder in the coming weeks.

Marlins sign Wei-Yin Chen

Chen will likely be Miami's number two starter before Jose Fernandez.

Miami adds Chris Johnson

Johnson gives the Marlins depth on the bench and a right-handed complement to Justin Bour at first base.

Mariners acquire Joe Wieland

Erick Mejia was sent to Los Angeles in the deal.

Astros interested in Ender Inciarte

Carlos Gomez would likely have to be moved for a trade to be realistic.

Padres sign Carlos Villanueva

Villanueva will join the fifth different major league club in his career.

Marlins, Dee Gordon agree to five-year extension

The new deal covers two years of free agency.

San Diego signs Alexei Ramirez

Ramirez receives a one-year deal to be the Padres' shortstop.

Pirates extend Chris Stewart

Stewart will be under club control through 2018.

Padres close to signing Fernando Rodney

Rodney could be joining San Diego's bullpen.

Orioles re-sign Chris Davis

Davis heads back to Baltimore on a seven-year, $161 million deal.

Royals sign Ian Kennedy

Kansas City made a move to improve its rotation.