Jordan Zimmermann has agreed to a deal with the Tigers. Does that mean the rest of free agency will begin the heat up?
Jordan Zimmermann has become the first pitcher to sign a $100-plus million contract after having Tommy John surgery.
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.
Happy Thanksgiving! As long as we're passing out gratitude, let's save some for the great crop of young talent in MLB right now.
Jose Bautista's epic ALDS bat flip is now available on a festive Christmas sweater.
Ken Johnson, who is the only pitcher in history to lose a nine-inning no-hitter, has passed away at the age of 82.
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.
From the sounds of relevant reports, the Nationals are looking to makeover the back-end of their bullpen.
Darren O'Day or another set-up man seems like a more logical fit, but L.A. has cast a wide net.

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