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Tue, Feb 20, 2018

MLB Headline News

  • Sources: Red Sox have 5-year deal with J.D.
    The prolonged courtship of slugger J.D. Martinez has paid off for the Red Sox, as MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi reported via sources that the sides have reached agreement on a five-year, $110 million contract that includes opt-outs after the second and third years of the deal.
  • The new pace of play rules, explained
    Here's everything you need to know about the rules changes announced for the 2018 season.
  • Phillies, Arrieta having discussions
    Perhaps the best option remaining on the free-agent pitching market is Jake Arrieta, the 2015 National League Cy Young Award winner.
  • Judge, Stanton add ding, zing to first spring BP
    Sixty players passed through the runway that leads from the home clubhouse to the dugout at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Monday morning, but all eyes seemed to be locked upon Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton.
  • Trout drops everything to watch Ohtani hit
    Trout drops everything to watch Ohtani hit
  • Hosmer to honor Yordano, wear No. 30 in SD
    The memory of his close friend and fallen former teammate, Yordano Ventura, remains embedded in Eric Hosmer. When Ventura was killed in a car accident in his native Dominican Republic in February of last year, the tragedy shook Hosmer and the Royals organization.
  • Hall of Famer Cepeda hospitalized in Bay Area
    Giants legend and Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda was rushed to a Bay Area hospital on Monday night.
  • Yankees, White Sox top fits for Moustakas
    One National League executive said Monday that the Yankees and White Sox have the best chances to land Moustakas, based on current market conditions. The Royals also could re-sign Moustakas, although their front office is prepared to start rebuilding with younger players. Some within the industry see the Cardinals as a fit.
  • Felix, Yadi lead select group in it for long haul
    Over the weekend, Eric Hosmer agreed to a big honking eight-year, $144 million contract with the Padres, ending his run with the Royals. Today we look at the longest-tenured active careers with one team, for both pitchers and hitters.
  • D-backs sign speedy Dyson to 2-year deal
    Not long after word began coming out that J.D. Martinez had signed a five-year deal with the Red Sox, so too did the news that the D-backs had agreed to terms with Jarrod Dyson on a two-year contract.

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