The Dodgers re-signed their closer, and the Marlins added a pair of arms to the back-end of their bullpen. Here are this week’s top headlines.
Dodgers sign Jansen to five-year, $80 million deal
Los Angeles re-signed Jansen, who drew interest from a handful of teams.
Astros seeking starting pitching depth
Houston is considering Yordano Ventura and Danny Duffy.
Braves sign Danks to minor league deal
Danks will pitch for a team other than the White Sox next season.
Cubs interested in Justin Wilson
Chicago is interested in adding some left-handed depth.
Nationals sign Jacob Turner to minor league deal
Turner is a candidate to make Washington’s roster with a solid spring.
Brewers acquire Jett Bandy
The Angels landed a top catcher in the trade.
Dodgers re-sign Justin Turner
Turner receives a four-year deal to return to Los Angeles.
White Sox sign Derek Holland
Holland is headed to Chicago on a one-year deal.
Orioles sign Welington Castillo
Baltimore signed its top catching target.
Cubs sign Uehara to one-year deal
Chicago improved the back-end of its bullpen.
Phillies re-sign Andres Blanco
The utilityman is heading back to Philadelphia.
Brewers sign Tommy Milone
Milone gets a one-year deal to pitch in Milwaukee.
Rockies sign Mike Dunn
Dunn received a three-year deal to pitch out of Colorado’s bullpen.
Phillies sign Herrera to five-year extension
The deal also includes two club options.
Marlins sign Janichi Tazawa
Miami improved the back-end of its bullpen.
Athletics considering signing Encarnacion
The market for the veteran infielder has yet to develop.
Marlins sign Brad Ziegler
Ziegler is the second top reliever the Marlins added over a period of two days.
Padres sign Jhoulys Chacin
Chacin heads to San Diego on a one-year deal.