The 2019 Winter Meetings are underway in San Diego, and there have been some huge hot stove happenings this week. MLB movers and shakers are in Southern California to move, shake, sign and/or trade. Although the Winter Meetings have lacked their usual bite in recent years, the 2019 meetings have seen the winter's three biggest free agents -- Stephen Strasburg, Gerrit Cole and Anthony Rendon -- have all signed new deals. 

We're covering the rumors from the Winter Meetings elsewhere, but this post will keep you updated on all the major deals that go down, both in the form of free-agent signings and trades. While a few of the big-name free agents (Yasmani Grandal, Zack Wheeler and Cole Hamels) put pen to paper ahead of the meetings, the two biggest signings of the offseason have come at the Winter Meetings.

We're keeping track of all the big moves below.


  • The Yankees brought back a familiar name, reportedly signing outfielder Brett Garnder to a one-year deal with an option for 2021. More on that expected reunion here.
  • The Mets added their second right-hander of the Winter Meetings by agreeing to a deal with Rick Porcello.
  • The Red Sox added infielder Jose Peraza on a one-year, $3 million deal.