The Indians pull yet another outfielder from San Diego. Let’s hope this one knows what he’s putting into his body.
Teams around the majors scramble to get their depth pieces in place before Spring Training games start up.
The Cubs finally remove a cog in their logjam, but then replace that cog with a better cog.
Rather than going all-in, the White Sox go Rollins. Meanwhile, the Cubs add Manny Parra, and Cleveland gets Uribe.
No, Really: The Rays are pretty good for really cheap.
The Pirates pick up some outfield depth and some former good relievers catch on in new cities.
Using PECOTA + context to handicap this year’s MVP, Cy Young and Rookie of the Year races.
With one Davis having moved on, the Athletics turn to another Davis to hopefully provide some much needed power.
The Diamondbacks reinforce their bullpen, the White Sox reinforce their rotation, and more.
These lucky souls have a better chance of making an NL team out of Spring Training than you do. Barely.
A whole slew of pitchers switch organizations, and if things go right, they’ll never have to use them.
Just when it looked like Chase Utley might be a regular again, here comes Kendrick to take him out at the knees.
The Rockies resolve their playing time situation in the outfield, and the Rays end up the beneficiary.
The Astros and Nationals both bring in soft-tossers of varying quality, and the Brewers land a former top prospect.
And he’s not gonna get a save or two. Also, the Brewers bring back a familiar face, the Indians sign a homegrown pitcher to an extension, and Ronald Torreyes find yet another team.