The D-Backs signed Yasmany Tomas Wednesday. What else happened? Let's take a look.
The Angels were swept out of the ALDS by the Royals on Sunday night. Time to eulogize their season.
The Yankees have parted ways with outfielder Brennan Boesch, who was on the Triple-A disabled list.
Yankees outfielder Brennan Boesch was demoted to the minors on Monday in favor of a relief pitcher, but the move more likely signals the return of Curtis Granderson within the next few days.
Lots of domination this weekend (which, for baseball purposes, is Thursday through Sunday). Let's hand out some grades.
Which hitters might very well be more productive in the upcoming scoring period? Our Scott White tries a different approach to helping owners find success in Week 4 in his latest Hit Parade.
The New York Yankees will open the season with a $230.4 million payroll, the highest in baseball history.
This might be the year the Yankees take a tumble. But Jon Heyman says while the Bombers are ailing, there are chemistry concerns out west.
The Yankees released outfielder/first baseman Juan Rivera on Thursday afternoon as their bench begins to take shape in the wake of an injury-filled spring training.
The Yankees and Angels have essentially completed a trade that will send outfielder Vernon Wells to New York. The Yankees will only pay about $13 million of Wells' remaining $42 million in salary -- which is due Wells over the course of the next two seasons. The deal won't be official until Monday at the earliest, as the office of the commissioner must approve the deal.

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