Colorado landed one of the best remaining free agent relievers, and the Dodgers finally acquired their second baseman. Here are this week’s top headlines.
Dodgers acquire Logan Forsythe
Los Angeles prospect Jose De Leon was sent to Tampa Bay in the deal.
Cubs sign Brett Anderson
Anderson heads to Chicago on a $3.5 million deal.
Rangers only interested in Mike Napoli on one-year deal
It’s likely Napoli is seeking a multi-year deal before Spring Training begins.
Giants sign Nick Hundley to one-year deal
The veteran catcher heads to San Francisco after a stint with the Rockies.
Angels sign Luis Valbuena
Valbuena’s deal includes an option for a third season.
Blue Jays sign Jarrod Saltalamacchia
The free agent catcher heads to Toronto on a minor league deal.
Mets give starting job to Jay Bruce
Bruce is getting the nod over prospect Michael Conforto.
Phillies sign Ryan Hanigan to minor league deal
Hanigan probably has a good chance of earning a spot on Philadelphia’s roster.
Indians sign Austin Jackson
Jackson heads to Cleveland on a minors deal and could earn a roster spot with a solid spring.
Reds sign Scott Feldman
Feldman receives a one-year deal to head to Cincinnati.
Athletics sign Adam Rosales
Rosales signed a one-year deal to return to Oakland in 2017.
Rangers, Rays interested in Chris Carter
Carter has yet to pick a new team this winter.
Dodgers sign Brandon Morrow
Morrow received a minor league deal earlier this week.
Nationals re-sign Stephen Drew
Drew was reportedly drawing interest from the Angels.
Mets targeting relievers
New York is seeking relief help before spring camp begins.
Royals sign Brandon Moss
Moss receives a two-year deal and will likely DH in Kansas City.
Rockies sign Greg Holland
Colorado landed one of the best available free agent relievers.