Milwaukee added some last minute bullpen depth while the Diamondbacks' outfield will be without a top threat. Here is this week's top news from around the league.
MLB Top Headlines:
Braves release Nick Swisher
Swisher is due $15 million in 2016.
Padres scouting Pablo Sandoval
Out of a starting job, Sandoval might be on the move.
Cubs re-sign Shane Victorino
The speedy outfielder remains in Chicago.
Rangers acquire Bryan Holaday
Holaday gives Texas necessary catching depth.
James Loney doesn't earn spot on Rays roster
The veteran was competing for a roster spot.
Mariners acquire Nick Vincent
Vincent was added for a player to be named later.
Angels sign Kyle Kendrick
The veteran right-hander received a minor league deal from Los Angeles.
Andrew Miller plagued by chip fracture
Miller left Wednesday's spring game after being hit by a come-backer.
Travis Shaw named Boston's starting third baseman
Shaw beat out Pablo Sandoval.
Hyun Soo Kim refuses minor league assignment
Baltimore wanted him to open the season in the minors.
Padres sign Jeremy Guthrie
Guthrie receives a minor league contract.
Reds claim Dan Straily
Straily was added off waivers.
A.J Pollock diagnosed with fracture in right elbow
Arizona's starting center fielder will open the year on the DL.
Brewers sign Carlos Torres
Torres opted out of his deal last week.
Braves designate Emilio Bonifacio for assignment
Bonifacio was once considered a candidate to make the Braves' roster.
Blue Jays sign Franklin Morales
The veteran heads to Toronto in a late move.