Sean Rodriguez returns to Pittsburgh in style, J.D. Davis arrives in Houston, and Baltimore sells off more international spending room.
Tampa Bay gives up on former no. 1 overall pick Tim Beckham, sending him to Baltimore for minor leaguer Tobias Myers.
Washington adds another veteran late-inning reliever, snagging All-Star closer Brandon Kintzler from Minnesota.
Jeremy Hellickson goes from one non-contender to another, while Howie Kendrick joins the Nationals’ stacked lineup.
Colorado picks up bullpen help in Pat Neshek, Washington calls up Andrew Stevenson, and Minnesota unloads one of the old regime’s mistakes.
New York adds a third baseman and two high-end bullpen arms, and limits Boston’s options in the process.
Washington’s mess of a bullpen gets major help in form of right-hander Ryan Madson and left-hander Sean Doolittle.
Jose Quintana goes from the South Side to Wrigleyville, as the Cubs pay a premium for a frontline starter under contract through 2020.
A look at recent lists and whether floor or upside wins out.