MLB Free Agency
The Red Sox bring back a couple of old friends just before the transaction freeze kicks in.
The four-time All-Star joins his ninth team.
After losing Max Scherzer and Corey Seager, the Dodgers bring back Chris Taylor.
The Angels retain their star closer on a long-term deal.
Gomes gives the Cubs a potential replacement if Willson Contreras is traded, but he also could be an overqualified backup if he stays.
For the second straight day, the Rangers make a massive addition to their middle infield.
The Mariners add the reigning AL Cy Young winner.
The top free-agent pitcher has been lured away from the West Coast
The Blue Jays bet big on Gausman, who was one of the best starters in baseball during the first half of the 2021 season.
After a fantastic 2021 season, García gets a long-term deal in Miami.
The two-time Cy Young Award winner joins his fourth team in four seasons.
The Mets had themselves a very busy Black Friday.
The Cardinals fortify their rotation with a lefty who is coming off a stellar 2021 season.
The White Sox make another high-profile addition to their bullpen.
For the second time today and the third time this month, the Giants bring back a key contributor from their 2021 club.
The Marlins quietly have one of the best rotations in baseball, and this deal is one step toward keeping it strong for the long term.
The Giants get their best hitter back for another season, while the remaining 13 major leaguers who received the qualifying offer declined.
The Dodgers will take a gamble on Heaney after he struggled between the Angels and Yankees in 2021.
The All-Star DH will remain in Boston in 2022.
Blackmon will return to Colorado and earn $21,333,333 in 2022.
In an unsurprising development, Bauer will not hit the free agent market this offseason.
The Rockies bring back their best hitter in 2021 and lock up a key rotation piece.
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.