Yoenis Cespedes made a decision and the Dodgers added some pitching depth. Here is your week-in-review as we inch closer to Spring Training.
MLB Top Headlines:
Tigers sign Justin Upton
Upton agreed to a six-year, $132.75 million deal to play in Detroit's outfield.
Diamondbacks in a position to compete
Believe it or not, Arizona's chances in 2016 might be better than you think.
Dodgers sign Joe Blanton
Blanton receives a one-year deal and gives the Dodgers' bullpen another veteran arm to work with.
Padres sign Fernando Rodney
Rodney receives a one-year, $2 million deal to pitch out of San Diego's bullpen in 2016.
Mets sign Antonio Bastardo
Bastardo gets a two-year, $12 million deal to be one of several lefties on New York's pitching staff next season.
Astros sign Wandy Rodriguez to minors deal
Rodriguez heads back to Houston, where he spent the first eight years of his career.
Steve Pearce signs one-year deal with Rays
Pearce was one of the more intriguing outfield options available.
White Sox sign Matt Albers to one-year deal
Albers returns to Chicago on a one-year, $2.25 million contract.
Mets sign Yoenis Cespedes
Cespedes' new deal includes a full no-trade clause and opt out after the first season.
Orioles, Rockies interested in Yovani Gallardo
Gallardo could be the next free agent starter off the board.
Who won the Cespedes deal?
Dexter Fowler is definitely among the winners.
Nats lost Cespedes deal
For some reason, nobody wants Washington's money anymore.
Diamondbacks hoping to trade Aaron Hill
Howie Kendrick could be on Arizona's radar.
Astros interested in Doug Fister
Fister is reportedly seeking a two-year, $22 million deal.