The New York Yankees committed more than $400 million in free agency money to get themselves back in contention for another World Series title. Unfortunately, their team's heavy re-tooling is not enough for them to topple the defending champs and main rivals Boston Red Sox--at least, not in the eyes of ESPN MLB writer David Schoenfield.
The Milwaukee Brewers recently signed free agent starter Matt Garza to a four-year, $50 million deal, and Fox Sports baseball analyst Andrew Gruman believed the move is a gamble in a good way.
Nelson Cruz is one of the few marquee players left unsigned only a few weeks before 2014 MLB Spring Training begins, but the free agent veteran could find a new team soon.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Embattled New York Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez filed a lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) in light of losing his arbitration hearing, facing a 162-game suspension, the longest drug-related suspension given to a MLB player - which would cover the entire 2014 season and the postseason.
The New York Yankees may have some more spending money coming their way for free agency after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz recently handed New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez a 162-game suspension for his involvement in the well-publicized biogenesis scandal.
The bidding war for Masahiro Tanaka is officially on as the Japanese pitcher and his agent started talking to MLB teams on Thursday, a day after arriving in the United States.
Nyjer Morgan is reportedly drawing interest from at least six teams as the feisty outfielder looks to make his MLB return after playing in the Japanese league last season, a major sports media outlet reported on Monday.
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