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.
Yoenis Cespedes has his eye on five years, Edwin Encarnacion may return to Toronto, and owners are threatening a lockout.
Chris Sale and J.D. Martinez are two big names around whom trade rumors are swirling.
Toronto tries to hang onto Encarnacion, Trumbo talks to Baltimore about staying, and a Korean slugger draws interest.
Houston finally did away with the weird hill in center field, but not all ballpark quirks are worth mourning.
When is a first baseman not a first baseman?