The White Sox have signed free agent catcher Alex Avila to a one-year, $2.5 million deal.
As expected, the Mariners have reached agreement with the free agent catcher.
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.
Wednesday's roundup includes updates on Ben Zobrist, Chris Iannetta, A.J. Pierzynski, Joakim Soria, Yovani Gallardo, the next Korean import, and others.
The odds are that the Dodgers, with their seemingly limitless coffers, will reel in one of the top two free-agent pitchers. That, plus more notes from the GM meetings in this installment of Inside Baseball.
With the Hot Stove season well underway, we rank the top 50 free agents (by dollars) who could be on the move this winter in Part 1 of this weekend's Inside Baseball column.
Matt Wieters is the best catcher available in free agency this offseason by no small margin. Here's a look at the crop of free-agent catchers.
Here's who received qualifying offers from their 2015 clubs just prior to Friday's deadline.
At 9 am ET Monday morning, a total of 139 players became free agents, including stars like David Price and Jason Heyward.
The qualifying offer has been set at approximately $15.8M this offseason. Let's look at which free agents may receive the offer.

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