No, really: Sonny Gray is probably getting traded.
The Cardinals young second baseman gets himself his first fortune, and the Los Angeles-to-Seattle train has another customer.
The Royals give some extra cash to one of their leaders and a few final minor league contracts handed out in February.
The Rangers add to their outfield, in an unusual way.
The Indians pull yet another outfielder from San Diego. Let’s hope this one knows what he’s putting into his body.
Teams around the majors scramble to get their depth pieces in place before Spring Training games start up.
Which teams make the most sense for the remaining free agents?
The Royals gamble on another former injure Brave and the reliever shuffle continues to rage on.
The Pirates pick up some outfield depth and some former good relievers catch on in new cities.
The Royals may be the most famous prediction PECOTA has gotten wrong recently, but the Reds have seen the opposite issue.
“Hello, fans of Team X. Meet the newest member of your bullpen, maybe.”
The Diamondbacks reinforce their bullpen, the White Sox reinforce their rotation, and more.
A whole slew of pitchers switch organizations, and if things go right, they’ll never have to use them.
The Royals sign an attractive minor league free agent, the Nationals try to recreate the worst of the Yankees infield from recent years, and hey look Carlos Quentin isn’t retired after all.
The Rockies resolve their playing time situation in the outfield, and the Rays end up the beneficiary.