The Astros made a move to shore up their depleted rotation on Thursday.
Could the Padres end up reeling in the biggest fish on the free-agent market for a second straight season?
A pair of NL West teams each take a chance on a veteran player.
Though he had a miserable run with the Cardinals, the former All-Star closer ultimately earned himself another major-league deal.
A pair of bargain-bin infielders signed with new clubs on Tuesday.
The veteran shortstop adds some stability to Toronto’s infield.
The Mets are turning their organization around, while the rest of the division has been busy, too.
Does it make more sense for players to sign at the beginning of the offseason rather than waiting for a better offer?
Talks surrounding the Marlins’ star catcher are finally heating up and the Rangers’ bolstered their bullpen
Despite the fact that they’re widely projected to finish last in the AL West this year, the Rangers are helping to keep the free-agent market moving.
The Royals are nearing a major contract extension with their franchise corner stone and the Mets didn’t do something disappointing. Are these good omens of what’s to come?
Kansas City looking to lock up young 2B through arbitration years.
As they’ve done many times in the past, the A’s will look to resurrect the career of a veteran starter on a one-year deal.
The Mets scoop up the top lefty reliever remaining on the market.
The Dodgers went and grabbed one of the top available free agent bats on the free agent market...although not the one that some thought they might.
The Dodgers went fishing for an upgrade in the outfield and caught themselves a Pollock.
The Mariners make another addition to their revamped bullpen.
San Diego is doing its due diligence on who they can possibly sign over the next two months.
San Diego tries to see where these 4 free agents stand.
The veteran is looking to bounce back on the West Coast after injury crippled his 2018 season.
With the Hall of Fame announcements, two signficant free agent signings, and a future Hall of Famer returning for a farewell tour, it was a busy day around baseball.
The move, which has been expected for a while, should allow Ichiro to play in the Mariners’ opening series in Japan.
Cooperstown just added four new members to its ranks on Tuesday evening.
Markakis returns to Atlanta for his fifth straight season after a terrific 2018 campaign.
The qualifying offer has been a hot topic the last couple of offseasons as those who received it have seen their free agent markets dry up. Stephen Tolbert walks us through what we are seeing.
After losing Adrian Beltre to retirement and trading Jurickson Profar, the Rangers add Cabrera as their new third baseman.
The Mariners have been busy, while the Astros look ahead at another strong season.
The Reds made a trade with the Yankees (and the Mariners....kinda) to land a starting rotation upgrade
There’s no word on whether he’ll be changing his name to Sonny Red to commemorate the occasion.
Spring Training is less than a month away but looking at all the free agents still on the market, you’d never know.
Minnesota adds lefty starter to its rotation in hopes it can improve on the mound in 2019.
The Yankees are looking scary good as they added one of the best relievers on the market.