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.
The Padres grab a veteran closer, the Rays add another bat, and the Mets continue to not sign Yoenis Cespedes.
The Orioles bring their beloved slugger back on a big seven-year deal.
The Tigers sign a maybe-hitter, the Dodgers sign a maybe-pitcher and the Padres reinforce their bullpen.
The Marlins spend money in free agency, which is apparently still allowed.
The Red Sox acquired ‘Tek for a reliever, he became their fourth ever team captain, and our new catching metrics help tell us if he was really all that behind the plate.