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.
Washington bets on Derek Norris bouncing back and Chicago adds lefty bullpen depth in Brian Duensing.
R.A. Dickey, Bartolo Colon, and now Jaime Garcia? What are the Braves doing?
Edinson Volquez is the right man for the job, but will he actually be any good at it?
Arizona adds outfield depth, Chicago adds pitching depth, and Tampa Bay gives up on Lamb.
Houston got to work in a hurry, trading for Brian McCann and signing Josh Reddick and Charlie Morton.
Atlanta adds a pair of geezers, Howie Kendrick goes to Philadelphia, and Toronto finds a slugging replacement.
Hey Steve, they’re playing your song.
Death to Righties is on the move as the Phillies beef up their bullpen for a reasonable pricetag.
Houston takes advantage of a unique contract situation, but will it even pay off?
Ten innings of high-stakes lever-pulling from Joe Maddon and Terry Francoa.