Matt Snyder

CBS Sports Writer /

Yankees want another high-end starting pitcher after trading for James Paxton, report says

They'll keep chasing free agents like Patrick Corbin and J.A. Happ

Yankees pull of blockbuster trade, acquire lefty James Paxton from Mariners for Justus Sheffield and two prospects

Consider this the first blockbuster of hot stove season, with the Yankees making a big splash

Bryce Harper rumors: Why you shouldn't count out the Cubs despite supposed budget crunch

There's a report from a Chicago radio host that the Cubs are in on Harper

Astros land Aledmys Diaz in trade from Blue Jays, giving them a potential utility infield option

Minor-league pitcher Trent Thornton goes to the Blue Jays in return

Phillies owner confirms they are ready to spend 'and maybe even be a little bit stupid about it'

Owner John Middleton would 'prefer not to be completely stupid,' but expect the Phillies to shell out some cash

MLB Free Agent Tracker: Latest hot stove signings, ranking 50 best players available for 2019

Here's how you can keep tabs on the top 50 free agents on the market

The Marlins unveil new logo and new uniforms for the 2019 MLB season

The Marlins new ownership group continues to put its own stamp on the franchise

Red Sox's Mookie Betts, Brewers' Christian Yelich win 2018 MLB MVP honors

Betts and Yelich are both first-time MVP winners

Shohei Ohtani says he's ahead of schedule on Tommy John rehab before Rookie of the Year win

The AL Rookie of the Year still won't be able to pitch in 2019

MLB hot stove: These six players declined qualifying offers; will anyone be sorry?

Six players turned down a one-year, $17.9 million deal in order to hit free agency

Hyun-Jin Ryu accepts Dodgers' qualifying offer before deadline

Ryu and Clayton Kershaw both remain with the Dodgers instead of hitting free agency

Matt Snyder has been a baseball writer with CBS Sports since 2011. A member of the BBWAA, he's now covered every World Series since 2010. The former Indiana University baseball player now lives on the north side of Indianapolis with his wife, daughter and son.

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