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1/5:Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Steven Wright agreed to a $1.1 million deal with the Red Sox on Friday to avoid salary arbitration, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. This means that he will avoid arbitration leading into the 2018 season. Wright, who was an All- Star in 2016, only threw 24 innings for the Red Sox in 2017 due to injury, posting an 8.25 ERA, and he could be suspended for an offseason domestic-abuse charge.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Jon Heyman
1/5:Free-agent pitcher Tim Collins signed a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals on Friday, as first reported by Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Collins will make $1.25 million if he makes the MLB roster and has an invite to spring training. The 28-year-old lefty has a 3.54 ERA in 211 career innings.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Jon Heyman on Twitter
1/5:David Kaplan of NBC Sports Chicago reports that free-agent starting pitcher Alex Cobb rejected the Chicago Cubs three-year offer worth $42 million. Kaplan reports that Cobb is interested in the Cubs but was advised by his agent to turn down the offer. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports has previously reported that Cobb is seeking a four-year year deal worth around $70 million. Cobb to the Cubs has been long rumored due to his connection to manager Joe Maddon and new pitching coach Jim Hickey. However, no matter how much both sides might want the other, moneyread more...
1/5:Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports that the San Diego Padres "have emerged as strong favorites" to sign Japanese reliever Kazuhisa Makita. Makita, 33, pitched to a 2.30 ERA this past year in 58 games. He’s not a strikeout pitcher, having just 35 this past year in 62 2/3 innings. Unless he becomes a closer, he can be avoided in fantasy leagues.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Jeff Passan
1/5:The New York Mets have had contact with free-agent Jonathan Lucroy. The Mets are more interested in adding infielders and outfielders, so Lucroy probably isn't a high priority. He hasn't been a high priority for any teams this offseason after disappointing with a .265 average, six home runs and 40 RBI in 123 games between the Rangers and Rockies in 2017. In the right situation, though, Lucroy could be a value as a rebound candidate. After all, he's only one year removed from an All-Star season in which he hit .292 with a career-high 24 longread more...
1/5:Free-agent reliever Boone Logan has a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Heyman reports that his physical has been passed and the deal is being finalized. He also reports that Logan will sign a one-year contract with an option for 2019. MLB.com's Adam McCalvy said that a deal would be finalized shortly after the New Year, and Logan is now the lefty in the Brewers 'pen. Logan missed a large chunk of the 2017 season with a strained lat muscle, and he posted an ugly 4.71 ERA in 21 innings when healthy, butread more...
1/5:Jon Morosi of the MLB Network reports that the New York Mets are interested in free-agent third basemen Mike Moustakas and Todd Frazier. Morosi notes that the price on both players would need to drop for the Mets to be serious suitors. The Mets have been looking to add a bat and are more likely to sign a free agent rather than trade for a hitter such as Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Jon Morosi
1/5:Free-agent infielder Yunel Escobar could be a good option for the New York Yankees, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. According to Heyman, New York wants to keep third base open for 2019 (at the latest) for Orioles third baseman Manny Machado, so they are looking at one-year deals for a third baseman. He says that Pirates infielder Josh Harrison is a decent fit, but he makes $12 million, so Escobar may be a better choice. Miguel Andujar could break camp as the third baseman for the Yankeesread more...
1/5:Free-agent starting pitcher Alex Cobb is getting interest on the free-agent market, as Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports links him with the Baltimore Orioles. Cobb is believed to be willing to sign in the four-year, $70 million range, and he will likely go for higher than that mark. Heyman says that any thought he would go as low as the $52 million range likely went out the door when closer Wade Davis received that amount from the Rockies.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: FanRag Sports
1/5:Chicago Cubs reliever Brandon Morrow was signed from the Dodgers this offseason, and according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, he may get an opportunity for saves. According to Heyman, the Cubs are comfortable with Morrow at closer, citing his 2017 successes in the playoffs. Heyman says that Morrow certainly answered a lot of questions about his injury history last October as well by appearing in all but one game. Morrow has never saved more than 10 games in a season but has a 2.23 ERA in 68 games since 2015, posting a 1.06 WHIP and 4.26read more...
1/5:Free-agent infielder Jace Peterson signed with the New York Yankees, as first reported by SB Nation's Chris Cotillo. Peterson figures to have a chance at earning a role in the Yankees infield rotation, which remains in flux after the organization dealt away veterans Chase Headley and Starlin Castro earlier this winter. Peterson slashed just .215/.318/.317 over 215 plate appearances in 2017.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Chris Cotillo on Twitter
1/5:Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich has been a part of trade rumors this winter, and Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, met with the team on Thursday. Yelich will meet with the team next week to talk about their future plans and then will assess his future in Miami. Heyman reports that the three All-Stars that the Marlins traded this offseason -- Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna and Dee Gordon -- were Yelich's three best friends on the team and that Yelich is "frustrated." The Diamondbacks, Braves,read more...
1/5:Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Gerrit Cole has been a part of trade rumors this winter and while talks with the New York Yankees have cooled, Peter Gammons of The Athletic says that Cole should be a priority for New York. According to Gammons, the Pirates should be looking into what they can get for the 27-year-old Cole, and Gammons thinks that the Yankees will be able to offer the most. He says that a trade centered around outfielder Clint Frazier should work for Pittsburgh, and the Yankees would be wise to take a chance on a pitcherread more...
1/5:Free-agent outfielder Carlos Gomez has come up as a player of interest for the San Francisco Giants, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Heyman notes that the Giants "are looking at as many as a dozen outfielders," so it does not sound like Gomez is necessarily a high priority. The Blue Jays have also been connected to Gomez, and the Rangers have not ruled out re-signing him. Gomez batted .255/.340/.462 with 17 home runs and 13 stolen bases over 105 games for Texas last season.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: FanRagread more...
1/5:Free-agent infielder Ryan Goins is being considered by the Kansas City Royals, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Heyman says that Kansas City "are looking at" the slick-fielding Goins as a potential fit as a utility infielder behind Raul Mondesi, Whit Merrifield and Cheslor Cuthbert. The 29-year-old is a career .228/.275/.335 hitter over parts of five seasons in the majors.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: FanRag Sports
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