Tampa Bay sends second baseman Logan Forsythe to Los Angeles for pitching prospect Jose De Leon.
Mark Trumbo returned to the Orioles after finding the free agent market somewhat lacking.
You get an extension. And you get an extension. And you get an extension.
Brian Dozier is still in Minnesota, but maybe the Dodgers and the Twins were right to balk at a deal.
Drew Storen, Ben Revere, Peter O’Brien find new homes while Rajai Davis and Alex Avila return to old stomping grounds.
Wrigley Field’s ongoing overhaul means no more on-field bullpens and the stories that came with them.
Brad Ziegler and Junichi Tazawa join the Marlins’ bullpen, Jimmy Rollins tries to hook on with the Giants, and the Pirates bet on Daniel Hudson.
Boston tries to replace David Ortiz with defense, Seattle adds more depth on the cheap, and Arizona gets bang for its bullpen buck.
Danny Espinosa joins Team Trout, Tyrell Jenkins gets a fresh start in Texas, and Atlanta adds Luke Jackson to the bullpen.
Dexter Fowler stays in the NL Central, signing a five-year, $82.5 million deal with the Cardinals.
Aroldis Chapman returns to New York five months after being traded, signing the richest deal ever for a reliever.
Chicago restocks the farm system with another blockbuster, sending Adam Eaton to Washington for three pitching prospects.
When it comes time to negotiate the next CBA, perhaps Scott Boras could help the players reclaim lost ground.
The first domino in the closer market falls, with an unexpected catch in Mark Melancon’s $62 million deal.