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MLB Week-in-Review: Blue Jays re-sign Jose Bautista, Royals extend Danny Duffy

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Here are this week’s top headlines.

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Toronto was able to re-sign one of the best power bats in the game, and the Royals extended one of their productive starting pitchers. Here are this week’s top headlines.

Phillies sign Michael Saunders

Saunders gives the Phillies the outfielder they were seeking on a short-term deal.

Royals sign Danny Duffy to five-year extension

Duffy was slated to become a free agent at the end of the season.

Texas signs Josh Hamilton

Hamilton heads back to Texas on a minor league deal.

Rangers sign Dillon Gee to minors deal

Gee will have a chance to earn a spot in Texas’ rotation this spring.

Diamondbacks sign Gregor Blanco

Blanco joins Arizona after spending five seasons with the Giants.

Blue Jays re-sign Jose Bautista

Bautista’s deal also includes a pair of options.

Indians sign Brandon Guyer to two-year extension

The deal also includes an option for a third season.

Angels sign Kole Calhoun to three-year extension

The contract also features a $14 million mutual option for 2020.

Tigers acquire Mikie Mahtook

The outfielder will replace Anthony Gose in Detroit.

Marlins acquire Dan Straily

Miami sent three prospects to Cincinnati in the trade.

Brewers sign Neftali Feliz

Feliz will likely serve as Milwaukee’s closer in 2017.

Orioles sign Mark Trumbo to three-year deal

Baltimore is able to reach an agreement with one of its top free agent targets.

Angels sign Luis Valbuena

Valbuena received a two-year deal from the Angels.

Athletics sign Alejandro De Aza

De Aza will have a good chance to make Oakland’s roster.

Brewers sign Joba Chamberlain

Chamberlain gets a minors deal from Milwaukee.

Dodgers interested in Jurickson Profar

Los Angeles is still seeking a second baseman.

Braves sign Kurt Suzuki

Atlanta added another veteran catcher to the mix.

Yordano Ventura dies in car accident

Ventura passed away, the Royals announced Sunday.