We continue our league preview series with a breakdown of every team in the Carolina League.
Investing in international free agency and some right-handed pop has the Mariners system healthy.
The Astros get Evan Gattis from the Braves for three prospects.
The Padres add another big-name outfielder, sending four prospect to Atlanta in the process, and also bring back an oft-injured arm.
After trading away both of its catchers in separate deals, San Diego reloaded by acquiring one who can really hit.
Wil Myers headlined the deal, but here’s what the other two teams in Wednesday’s three-way got.
Mat Latos goes to Miami and Alfredo Simon goes to Detroit, and another trade might be coming for the Reds rotation.
The Yankees get someone to man Derek Jeter’s now-vacated spot, the Tigers move another piece from their Doug Fister return, and new GM Dave Stewart continues to reshape the Diamondbacks.
Toronto makes way in center for a top prospect; the Tigers trade from a shallow system; and the Pirates get a new pitch-framer.
“Shields is a top of the rotation starter that should age well.”
Scouting and fantasy takes on this week’s second-tier, but still intriguing, call-ups.
One of the prospect team’s most recent hires examines what he has learned.
The Mariners clear a logjam, the Tigers get another ace, and the Rays end years of speculation.
Detroit and Texas make a pitcher swap to help the Tigers shore up their relief corps.