Ichiro Suzuki might be entering the final year of his legendary career, but his tenure with the New York Yankees remains uncertain as the franchise looks to make a decision on the future of the Japanese star.
The Toronto Blue Jays have yet to address their need for another pitcher to complete their starting rotation, but the club is expected to sign a marquee player before spring training.
The New York Yankees are one of seven teams reportedly interested to sign free agent starting pitcher Ervin Santana, multiple sources reported on Wednesday.
The Seattle Mariners made the biggest move this offseason when they struck a record-setting 10-year deal worth $240 million with former New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, but the club is still ready to make more moves.
Ervin Santana remains unsigned few weeks before Spring Training kicks off, but the free-agent pitcher could find a new team soon as long as he would lower his previous asking price.
The Tampa Bay Rays and the San Diego Padres have reportedly completed a trade involving multiple players, a source close to situation reported on Wednesday.
The New York Yankees are planning to pursue another big-name pitcher to finally complete their starting rotation, and Ervin Santana is reportedly on top of their list.
The Philadelphia Phillies are still very much open to trading away closer Jonathan Papelbon, and the New York Yankees could be an ideal trade partner for the former Boston Red Sox closer.
With Masahiro Tanaka out of the free agency market, teams who lost out in the Tanaka sweepstakes are expected to pursue the remaining pitchers available on the market or strike trades with currently-signed starting pitchers.
The Tampa Bay Rays are still open to trade away ace pitcher David Price despite signing him to a $14 million, one year deal to avoid arbitration in February a source close to situation reported on Tuesday.
David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays agreed to a lucrative deal on Thursday, but the veteran pitcher could still be dealt before the 2014 MLB Season.
Masahiro Tanaka is expected to announce his highly-anticipated decision this week and reports said that five teams are in the mix for the free agent Japanese pitcher.
The bidding war for Masahiro Tanaka will come to an end soon, but several teams are making their last push to convince the Japanese pitcher to play with them in the 2014 MLB season.
Masahiro Tanaka has reportedly narrowed down his choices of possible destinations, with reports saying that the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers are now favored to acquire the Japanese pitcher.
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