What all happened in baseball news on this wonderful Friday? Glad you asked.
A.J. Burnett's headed back to Pittsburgh, and that figures to be a good fit on both sides.
Max Scherzer's gamble is about to pay off while Jon Lester eyes nine figures and Hanley Ramirez tries to see if floating a position switch is worth a few million. Here's how much the top free agents can expect this winter.
Cuban slugger Yasmany Tomas, who is wowing in workouts in the Dominican, is thought to be looking for close to $100 million following the success of fellow countrymen Jose Abreu, Yasiel Puig and others.
We saw 12 players extended qualifying offers, several option decisions (Aramis Ramirez back to Milwaukee, for one), two new managers officially named and more. Let's check it out.
Catcher Russell Martin had a huge 2014 season in Pittsburgh and is primed for a big free agency. The Pirates would like to get him to stay.
Thursday's MLB recap -- news, transactions, rumors and injury updates -- can be found within.
Phillies Pitcher A.J. Burnett has a $12.75-million player option for '15.
Giancarlo Stanton won't beat Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw for NL MVP, but gets this nod. Kershaw doesn't go away empty-handed. The King and Trout are winners, too.
Pirates superstar Andrew McCutchen was hit with a pitch by Johnny Cueto Sunday. This peeved Pirates manager Clint Hurdle.

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