Houston made some big moves and the modeling and baseball world collided. Here are the week’s top headlines.
Astros sign Josh Reddick
Houston gave the outfielder a 4-year deal.
Rangers make deal with Andrew Cashner
Texas signed the RHP to a 1-year, $10 million dollar deal.
Twins release Trevor Plouffe
New Minnesota management has done away with the third baseman.
Cardinals sign Brett Cecil
St. Louis signed the lefty to a 4-year, $30 million dollar deal.
Royals re-sign Drew Butera
The catcher heads back to Kansas City to a 2-year, $3.8 million dollar contract.
The Astros acquire Brian McCann
The backup catcher packs up for Houston in exchange for two pitching prospects.
The Braves are zeroing in on Chris Sale
It still isn’t clear if the White Sox are even interested in moving him.
If they are, though, the Braves should do whatever it takes to get Sale
Like, ya know, sell everyone who isn’t tied down.
Johan Santana plans on pitching in 2017.
Don’t call it a comeback.
Neil Walker accepts the Mets’ qualifying offer
He’ll be heading back to New York to the tune of $17.2 million next year.
The Marlins are after Kenley Jansen
After coaching him in Los Angeles, Mattingly wants Jansen in Miami.
J.D. Martinez could be heading to San Francisco
The Tigers might be dealing the outfielder to the Giants.
Kris Bryant is the National League MVP
Because we’re all surprised, right?
Mike Trout is the American League MVP
Once again, get your “shocked” faces ready.
Justin Verlander was “snubbed” from Cy Young
Supermodel Kate Upton, girlfriend to the Tigers’ pitcher, let the world know her thoughts on the matter.