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MLB News Index

MLB News Index
  • All you need to know about today's Rule 5 Draft
    Every year, the Winter Meetings unofficially conclude with the Rule 5 Draft, and recent history shows that many of the players selected are coming to a big league stadium near you next season.
  • For starters, these 4 could upgrade any rotation
    With five arms having come off the market over the last week, teams looking for rotation help have limited free-agent options. Dallas Keuchel is the top starter available, followed by Japanese star Yusei Kikuchi, while the road to the trade market still goes through Cleveland, where Corey Kluber and Trevor Bauer remain up for grabs.
  • As FAs start to sign, where do Phils stand?
    The Phillies prioritized free-agent left-handers Patrick Corbin and J.A. Happ to boost their rotation this offseason, but Corbin last week signed a six-year, $140 million contract with the Nationals and Happ agreed to a two-year contract with a vesting option for 2021 with the Yankees. The Phillies never considered a six-year offer for Corbin. It is unclear if they offered five. The Phillies never offered more than two guaranteed years for Happ, who turned 36 in October. It is unclear if they included a third-year option, but whatever they offered, it appears it was not enough.
  • Braves have been considering Pollock
    A.J. Pollock has missed a considerable amount of time with injuries during his career, but he offers a well-rounded skill set and is sure to be a top free-agent target for clubs in need of outfield help this offseason. Here, you will find a list of the latest news and rumors surrounding the veteran center fielder.
  • Cutch, Phillies make 3-year deal official
    A source told on Tuesday that the Phillies and Andrew McCutchen have reached an agreement on a three-year contract, pending a physical.
  • Turns out, the Tanner Roark for Tanner Rainey trade was the first MLB-level Tanner-for-Tanner trade ever
    Roark for Rainey first Tanner-for-Tanner trade ever
  • Signing deGrom long term is on Mets' to-do list
    At this early stage, it's impossible to tell if the Mets will be able to hammer out a long-term contract extension with Jacob deGrom. But they're at least going to try.
  • Cards entertaining trade offers for Jose Martinez
    While the Cardinals seem unlikely to leave Las Vegas with any seismic shakeup to their 40-man roster, the club continues to consider ways in which it could leverage its most consistent offensive performer from last year into a way to address other needs.
  • Hazen: Full rebuild not in the works for D-backs
    D-backs GM Mike Hazen knows that after the trade of a franchise-player like Paul Goldschmidt, the expectation was that his team was going to undergo a full rebuild.
  • Bryant 'in great shape,' has no limitations
    Kris Bryant made his way through Mandalay Bay on Wednesday afternoon, took an elevator to the upper tier of the Delano Hotel and swung by the Cubs' suite. The visit was planned, but it was more about the team checking in on Bryant's offseason than Bryant asking about the team's roster plans.
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