MLB Free Agency
A strong 2021 season earns the 37-year-old another lucrative deal with the Braves.
Molina will retire at the conclusion of his recently signed one-year, $10 million extension.
d’Arnaud will earn $16 million over the next two seasons.
The Padres will try to resurrect the 35-year-old starter’s career as they look to maintain their NL Wild Card spot.
Crawford stays with the team he grew up rooting for.
Hamels will earn a guaranteed $1 million plus $200,000 per start.
The veteran right-hander avoids free agency and will stay in Chicago.
The legendary slugger joins the defending World Series champs.
The Angels have now added four veteran relievers in the last two days.
The reigning NL Cy Young winner signs with his hometown team.
After being let go by the Cardinals, Wong signs with one of St. Louis’ NL Central rivals.
The Giants’ (relatively) busy offseason continues with the addition of an infield bat.
The Phillies bring back the best catcher in baseball.
The Angels will attempt to resurrect the former All-Star lefty’s career.
After months of speculation, Springer finally lands with the Blue Jays.
The Blue Jays continue their busy offseason by signing a veteran closer.
The two-time Cy Young winner will help fill out the back of the Yankees’ rotation.
The White Sox continue their busy offseason by signing the best reliever on the market.
After resurrecting the careers of Kevin Gausman and Drew Smyly in 2020, the Giants will try the same formula with DeSclafani in 2021.
The AL champs bring back their starting catcher.
Two years after being non-tendered, McCann earns a lucrative long-term deal with the Mets.
In a time-honored tradition, the Rays voluntarily parted ways with two of their most impactful postseason performers.
While Kluber could be signed to a cheaper deal, he very well may finish his Rangers career with just one inning pitched.