Gerardo Parra lands in Coors Field, though he currently sits as the fourth wheel on a tricyle.
The Giants nab a new center fielder and the Brewers nab a new designated hitter.
The Royals bring back one of their own, and Alex Gordon stays home.
The Astros add Mark Appel to the Ken Giles trade, the Mariners sign a former closer, and the Phillies trade for a new starting pitcher.
The Royals reunite with their former closer as the reliever shuffle continues across baseball.
The Tigers make a few small moves, Utley stays put in LA, and more.
Jeff Samardzija just had the worst year of his career. Are the Giants betting that he’s still getting better?
The Toronto Blue Jays name a new GM.
The first base shuffle continues and the Royals find another catcher to languish behind Sal Perez.
Ray Searage gets his new project, Bud Norris finds a landing spot, and the Cubs acquire another former closer of the future.
The Blue Jays and Athletics bring one of their own back into the fold.
The Dodgers finally select a manager, and it’s not the choice that felt inevitable a few weeks ago.
The Tigers get a reliever, the A’s get a wild card, and the Angels get to give a spare infielder a multi-year deal.
How Ben Zobrist and Michael Conforto stole the show in a game that swung the Royals’ way late.
Why the 10,000-foot-up view of Terry Collins sticking with Noah Syndergaard might not paint a full picture.
When Schwarber switch-hits, no beans are safe.