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- The Brewers have signed Matt Albers to a 2-year deal.
- The Diamondbacks have signed catcher Alex Avila.
- The Tigers have signed Travis Wood to a minor-league deal.
- Red Sox’ Mookie Betts has won his arbitration case.
- The Rockies are interested in Todd Frazier to fill their first base vacancy.
- Yes, Eric Hosmer is still pushing for a 7+ year deal. Meanwhile I can’t commit to a toothpaste brand for longer than three months.
- Norichika Aoki has signed with the Yakult Swallows in Japan after six years in the MLB.
- The Royals and Athletics have swapped Brandon Moss and Jesse Hahn in a 4-player trade.
- The White Sox are expected to keep Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia.
- The Reds have signed David Hernandez to a 2-year deal.
- The Mets and Pirates are still discussing a Josh Harrison deal.
- The White Sox have signed Jeanmar Gomez to a minor-league deal.
- Yu Darvish is open to returning to the Dodgers. He’ll probably break his own signing at this point.
- The Rangers sign have signed Jon Niese to a minor-league deal.
- The Giants have signed Gregor Blanco to a minor-league deal.
- The Phillies have signed Adam Rosales to a minor-league deal.
- The Giants have signed Andres Blanco to a minor-league deal.
- The Yankees have signed Danny Espinosa to a minor-league deal.
- The Brewers and Yu Darvish remain active in contract talks.
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