Coveted Cueto will wait despite Arizona's $120-million, six-year proposal.
The first big free agent is off the board, as the Tigers have reached an agreement with right-hander Jordan Zimmermann in a deal that is expected to be in the $100M neighborhood.
Let's pick one bargain for each team from last season in honor of Black Friday.
Ryan Braun is doing well and expects to be ready for spring training following back surgery. That story and more is in Wednesday's edition of our hot stove update.
The Dodgers are aiming high in free agency and the trade market despite a desire to reduce payroll. What moves do they have cooking? Plus more news.
Did the National League just give us two of the best individual seasons ever to not win the Cy Young? In one man's opinion, yes it did.
Texas Rangers won AL West, coming back from 9 1/2 game deficit and improving 33 games in the standings over 2014 after losing ace Yu Darvish to season-ending elbow surgery.
Updates on David Price, Yovani Gallardo, Kenta Maeda, Jeff Mathis, Cliff Pennington and Blaine Boyer headline Saturday's daily hot stove recap.
Three players out of 20 -- also Matt Wieters and Colby Rasmus -- accept a $15.8 million salary for 2015 in lieu of free agency. Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays bypass their QO, agreeing to two-year contract for $26 million.
Several teams are expected to be big spenders, and others won't be too far behind that, as the winter spending season is just getting under way now.

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