Former slugger Matt Williams joins the ranks of big-league managers.
The staff recognizes various trades, signings, draft picks, and hirings that helped propel the Redbirds and Sox to the World Series.
The latest hyped Cuban raises the bar for international free agent signings.
The Cubs re-up Ryan Sweeney, the Mariners will try to develop Travis Witherspoon, and the Rangers will bring back Jason Frasor.
As the postseason takes the headlines, options are declined and players are claimed.
The Giants re-sign Hunter Pence, and the Marlins shake up their front office, to some end.
The Pirates’ once-promising pitcher elects free agency, while Wilson Betemit gets DFA’d, Jose De La Torre gets claimed by Milwaukee, and the Astros add a young, recouperating arm.
Sometimes the moves that seemed insignificant were noninsignificant.
The Padres extend Venable, Bard gets a fresh start, Aaron Harang latches on, and Mauro Gomez faces a crossroads.
Pittsburgh gets Marlon Byrd to fill in their injured outfield, while the Red Sox have a potential postseason pinch-runner.
The Rays add two outfielders, the Braves look for middle infielders, Kurt Suzuki goes back to Oakland and Matsuzaka is in the Big Apple.
The Phillies fire their manager while the Nationals add David DeJesus.
Mark Reynolds, Ryan Roberts, Andrew Lambo, and Elliot Johnson headline the movers.
Bonifacio joins Kansas City, Miguel Tejada’s season is over, Manny Ramirez loses his shot and Travis Blackley heads to Texas.
The Indians release the slugger, while the Rays add Wesley Wright and the Royals acquire Jamey Carroll.
Brad Hawpe loses another employer, Nelson Cruz’s replacement comes up, former prospect Thomas Neal gets claimed, and other moves.