Rob Manfred plans to do what he wants in 2018, Eric Hosmer doesn’t need a decade, and Derek Norris is expendable.
Alex Reyes has a partially torn elbow, Jung Ho Kang is standing trial during spring training, and Grady Sizemore is working for the Indians again.
MLB is considering strike zone changes, the Yankees are out of payroll space, and the Nationals want a closer.
Tampa Bay wants Jurickson Profar, Minnesota wants bullpen help, and Bronson Arroyo and Justin Masterson want to keep pitching.
Texas may want to party at Napoli’s again, relievers are playing musical chairs, and the status of Yordano Ventura’s contract is uncertain.
Alex Rodriguez gets a TV show, the Tigers look for a center fielder, and the Rays add a former closer.
Jay Bruce is still on the block, Brian Dozier may be staying up, and the Braves want more starting pitching.
Minnesota asked for “final offers” on Brian Dozier, Washington wants to keep Dusty Baker around, and Arizona is fighting about a ballpark.
Someday, every baseball player’s career will end. Will his resume be ready for that day?
The defending AL champs upgrade from Mike Napoli to Edwin Encarnacion, beefing up an already strong lineup.
New York is looking to change outfielders, Colorado is hanging onto outfielders, and San Diego wants to bring home a former ace.
David Robertson’s trade market is heating up, the Dodgers need a second baseman, and Justin Wilson is a popular target.
What spending limits? Los Angeles shells out $144 million to keep Kenley Jansen and Justin Turner.
The closer market is heating up, Mike Napoli may stay in Cleveland, and Brett Gardner is not unlike a couch.
Cespedes could force out another outfielder in New York, Seattle wants veteran pitching, and Cincinnati would listen on Hamilton.