The Astros and Nationals both bring in soft-tossers of varying quality, and the Brewers land a former top prospect.
And he’s not gonna get a save or two. Also, the Brewers bring back a familiar face, the Indians sign a homegrown pitcher to an extension, and Ronald Torreyes find yet another team.
The Padres grab a veteran closer, the Rays add another bat, and the Mets continue to not sign Yoenis Cespedes.
The Rays extend their latest breakout hitter, the Dodgers sign the Pirates’ latest revival and Al-Al backwards is LA-LA.
The Marlins extend another young(ish) star.
The Cardinals sign the Final Boss, the Pirates sign a dominant set up man in former life and the Marlins continue their spending spree.
Scott Kazmir returns to Los Angeles and Stephen Drew becomes the second most popular second baseman to sign with the Nationals in the last week.
Wil Myers had the Diamondbacks’ signs; can you get them?
The Yankees bullpen gets, for now at least, ridiculous.
The Mets’ post-season hero changes NL East laundry and John Jaso gives the National League a whirl.
Mike Leake heads to St Louis and the Mets sign an outfielder (no not that one).
The White Sox and Rockies lock up recent Tommy John undergoers, the Rangers renew their vows with a member of their rotation and Jeff Mathis rides again.
The Indians bring in a few veterans, a few spare outfielders find homes, and the Orioles sign a Korean player, but not THAT Korean player.
The Padres acquire the Braves’ young backstop, the Halos grab Yunel Escobar, the Astros re-up with Tony Sipp, and much more.
The Astros pony up for a closer and the Phillies replace him with someone who used to be good, and the Yankees also trade a reliever to restock the system.
The Mariners add another first baseman, the Nationals and A’s add to their bullpens and Brett Lawrie joins his fourth organization.