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11/18:The Baltimore Orioles are interested in St. Louis Cardinals free-agent starting pitcher Lance Lynn among other free-agent starters, according to a source. However, Baltimore is believed to have a preference for Tampa Bay Rays free-agent starter Alex Cobb because of his experience pitching in the American League East. Lynn, who will turn 31 next May, went 11-8 with a 3.43 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 153 strikeouts in 186 1/3 innings for the Red Birds. He'll be an attractive starter as a fallback option to some of the more high-priced free-agent starters on theread more...
11/18:Japanese two-way player Shohei Otani (ankle), who underwent a minor ankle operation after the NPB season, is jogging and hitting off a tee, according to Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times. Otani's move to the MLB is in limbo as Japan's NPB and the MLBPA fight over his posting fee. The Yankees are said to be the leaders for Otani as of now, especially with starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka not opting out, but many teams are considering the talented 23-year-old.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Dylan Hernandez on Twitter
11/18:The Seattle Mariners acquired pitcher Nick Rumbelow from the Yankees for prospects JP Sears and Juan Then. Rumbelow was only recently added to the Yankees 40-man roster so he would not be a part of Monday's Rule 5 Draft. The 26-year-old had a stellar 2017 season between Double-A and Triple-A for the Yanks, posting a 1.12 ERA and 0.79 WHIP in 40 1/3 innings of work. The Mariners have made multiple moves already in hopes of reshaping their major league bullpen, and Rumbelow could have a shot at winning a roster spot in spring. The Marinersread more...
11/18:The Baltimore Orioles are interested in Tampa Bay Rays free-agent starting pitcher Alex Cobb, according to sources. The O's have placed a priority on upgrading their starting rotation this offseason, and Cobb has gone 6-2 with a 2.70 ERA in 12 career starts against the Orioles. Cobb is one of the most attractive free-agent hurlers on the market this winter after he proved his health by going 12-10 with a 3.66 ERA and 1.22 WHIP while coming back from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander possesses a devastating changeup and will be a breakout candidate in 2018read more...
11/18:The Cincinnati Reds have signed outfielder Mason Williams to a minor league deal with an invite to big league camp. Williams is a former top prospect with the New York Yankees but he saw his development stall out in Double-A back in 2013. He appeared in 25 big league games with the Yankees over 2016-2017, batting .281 with a homer, 10 RBI, and two stolen bases. Williams represents a low-risk, high-reward signing for the rebuilding Reds. If he hits, the team adds a quality bat for next to nothing. If not, they can cut him inread more...
11/17:According to Jerry Cransick of ESPN.com, multiple teams are showing interest in former Chicago Cubs prospect Jay Jackson. Jackson was once one of the top arms in the Cubs system but never ended up pitching for the big league club. He made a brief appearance for the Padres in 2015 before heading over to Japan the past two years where has been one of the top setup men with a 1.86 ERA during his time. He is worth taking a look at for teams looking for bullpen help and it will be interesting to see ifread more...
11/17:Free agency injected life into itself, as Jake Arrieta, Alex Cobb, Wade Davis, Greg Holland, Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas, Lance Lynn and Carlos Santana all rejected their one-year, $17.4 million qualify offers. Arrieta will turn 32 before Opening Day next season, but he is still in line to receive a big multi-year contract on the market this winter, as are the rest of the names on this list.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: read more...
11/17:Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is the subject of trade rumors, and according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale, the Giants "have been the most aggressive team" in trying to land the National League MVP. The Giants and Cardinals have been the two clubs pegged as the most determined in negotiations about the just-named National League MVP. Of course, it remains to be seen whether Stanton would even be willing to accept a trade to either team. Nightengale adds that the Marlins are "not close" to trading their star outfielder anywhere at this point, although the likelihoodread more...
11/16:Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve was voted first on 27 of 30 ballots to win AL MVP honors on Thursday. It seemed like this race was set up to be a lot closer between Altuve and Aaron Judge, but the voters made their preference clear. Judge did not even get all of the remaining first-place votes; Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star put Jose Ramirez first and dropped Judge down to third. Ramirez was also third on 22 ballots to easily finish in third in the vote.read more...
11/16:Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton edged out Joey Votto for the NL MVP award announced Thursday by a whole two points (302-300). Both players received 10 first-place votes, but Stanton got one more second and one more third, which was enough to carry the day. Stanton led the majors in homers, falling one short of 60 on the season. He also led the way with a .631 slugging percentage. In all, six players got first-place votes on a tough-to-figure ballot. Paul Goldschmidt (four first-place votes) finished third in the ballotingread more...
11/16:No shock here, as Chicago Cubs free-agent closer Wade Davis remains the most coveted reliever on the market. With Mark Melancon signing for four years and $60 million last year, Davis will look at that as a starting point in negotiations. The Cubs haven’t shut the door on bringing him back but there is a large market for the closers services. He went 32-For-33 in save opportunities and has been one of the top closers for the past three seasons.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Carrie Muskat
11/16:This is no shocker, as Chicago Cubs free-agent starter Jake Arrieta will have plenty of options, as he is arguably the best pitcher available this winter aside from Los Angeles Dodgers free-agent starting pitcher Yu Darvish. Arrieta is represented by Scott Boras who will do his best to get Arrieta a long and expensive contract. He will likely be wearing new colors come next season.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Carrie Muskat
11/16:Kansas City Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain has formally rejected the Royals' one-year, $17.4 million qualifying offer. This was a no-brainer for Cain, who should do quite well for himself on the free agent market after batting .300/.363/.440 with 15 home runs and 26 stolen bases over 155 games this past season in Kansas City. He is already said to be drawing interest from the Blue Jays and Mets, and the Rangers, Mariners, and Giants could also be potential fits. The only major thing working against him is that he turns 32 years old next April, butread more...
11/16:The San Diego Padres are hoping to be able to re-sign starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin and relief pitcher Craig Stammen, according to general manager A.J. Preller. The team is considering offering them both two-year deals, but only if the second year is discounted. Chacin showed he was healthy in 2017 and was fairly successful, posting a 3.89 ERA with a career-high 153 strikeouts in 32 starts. His 1.79 home ERA was also the fourth lowest in Petco Park history. Stammen was hit hard to the tune of an 8.49 ERA in April, butread more...
11/16:Freshly acquired Oakland A's reliever Emilio Pagan is expected to compete for a setup role next season. He has an outside chance of closing games out in Oakland, depending on how the rest of the offseason goes. Pagan struck out 56 batters in 50 1/3 innings last season in Seattle, only walking eight. Opponents only hit .212 off the rookie. Deep league fantasy owners should keep an eye on Pagan, especially those in holds leagues.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Jane Lee
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