Dozens of players either filed salary figures for arbitration or agreed to contracts for 2015 on Friday. Here's a recap of those deals plus the day's other news.
Injury updates, trade deadline rumors and an update on the future of Aramis Ramirez's career headline Wednesday's daily recap.
Jeff Samardzija's deal didn't even make it to the deadline. Dealt from the Cubs to the A's, he's symbolic of the MLB trading deadline in 2014 -- lots of strong arms and not many bats among our top 60 trade-available players.
Edwin Encarnacion's 16-homer May makes him best of the Bears, while O's teammates Nelson Cruz and Chris Davis occupy opposite ends of this market.
Wednesday was indeed a busy one on the hot stove front, so let's recap the essentials.
The Diamondbacks, who are fresh off an active and somewhat controversial offseason, are next up in our season preview series.
A drastic makeover has the Diamondbacks in the mix for a return to the playoffs. Our Nando Di Fino takes a deeper look at where the Fantasy value can be found in his team outlook.
When it comes to big three-way trade among the Reds, Indians and Diamondbacks, there are two winners.
The Reds, Indians and Diamondbacks finalized a deal that sends Shin-Soo Choo and Jason Donald to Cincinnati. The Indians receive Drew Stubbs, Trevor Bauer, Matt Albers and Bryan Shaw while the Diamondbacks receive Didi Gregorius, Tony Sipp and Lars Anderson.

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