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MLB Week-in-Review: Stephen Strasburg signs extension, Reyes suspended

The latest from this week in baseball.

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The Nationals inked their ace to a long term deal and we finally found out how long Jose Reyes would be out for.  Here are this week's top headlines.

Washington signs Stephen Strasburg to a seven-year, $175 million deal

This marks the most money ever given to a pitcher who has had Tommy John surgery.

Andrelton Simmons will miss 6-8 weeks after needing thumb surgery

In response, the Angels acquired Brandon Ryan from the Nationals.

Jose Reyes is suspended through May 31

The total suspension will be 51 games and Reyes will forfeit $6 million back to the Rockies.

Rangers call up Matt Bush

After a 12-year journey, and some time in jail, the former number one overall pick finally made his MLB debut.

Logan Forsythe will miss four weeks with a shoulder fracture

He was hit by a pitch from Felix Hernandez, and will need some time on the disabled list to heal.

The Rangers also signed Kyle Lohse

Lohse inked a minor league deal worth $2 million, giving the Rangers some depth.

Reds promote Jose Peraza

The key piece of the Todd Frazier deal, Peraza joined the big league club.