Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas are among the hitters who could put contenders over the top, but which teams need to pay for offense left on the market?
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Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos struck a deal with the Dodgers that did more than fix the two teams' payroll problems -- it set up future moves for both.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Was standing next to the Thunder bench when Carmelo Anthony came out the game in the closing seconds. Who was there applauding him, letting him know he was missed in New York? Yankees great Willie Randolph.
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
The Yankees have re-signed CC Sabathia to a one-year, $10M deal, sources confirmed. The Yankees now have five starters with Luis Severino, Masahiro Tanaka, Sonny Gray and Jordan Montgomery filling out the rest of the rotation. Sabathia's resigning will not preclude the Yankees from trading or signing another starter. Sabathia is now in place after Yankees GM Brian Cashman and Sabathia's Roc Nation agent, Kyle Thousands, agreed on the deal today. It is pending a physical.
Following an excellent 2017 season, CC Sabathia will return to the Yankees in 2018 to pursue a World Series title, according to his agent.
After suffering an injury in Chicago on June 29, Athletics outfielder Dustin Fowler is suing the White Sox and the state agency that manages Guaranteed Rate Field.
Almost everyone could use the O's star, but only a few clubs have enough to land him. From one-year rentals to long-term homes, here are the best fits.
While Shohei Ohtani and the Marlins' sell-off have dominated the headlines, some under-the-radar moves have helped teams drastically change their postseason odds.
Buster Olney and Keith Law put a bow on the winter meetings, discuss the moves that could still be made and more (6:08). Plus, "Inside Heat" on the Orioles from Roch Kubatko (32:05) and Nationals from Chelsea Janes (43:42).
After an era of relative parity in Major League Baseball, the list of clubs with a ticket to Scott Boras' proverbial "Playoffville" is shrinking.
The Marlins' salary dump continued, and critics took turns bashing them. A group of relievers cashed in. And, well, the rest of this week was more of a fact-finding mission than a splash of activity. Big moves are coming, it's just a matter of when.
Aaron Judge can't wait to get to spring training and start learning from new Yankees teammate Giancarlo Stanton, saying "we're just adding not only great players but quality guys as well."
The Yankees had four players taken in the Rule 5 draft Wednesday, while the O's picked three. The Tigers picked D-backs outfielder Victor Reyes No. 1; LHP/OF Anthony Gose was picked by the Astros, from the Rangers system; and the Royals made two trades.
A look back at the power-hitting duos of history proves it: We've never seen anything quite like the pairing of Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge.
By refusing to back down three years ago and again last week, the Marlins slugger set the stage for the Bronx Bombers to make a stunning deal.
On the day top Yankees prospect Gleyber Torres turned 21, New York general manager Brian Cashman revealed the team's big league staff wanted him on last year's Opening Day roster.
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
Here is Yankees GM Brian Cashman's latest update on where he stands on moves: "We are accessing all opportunities and see if we can land a plane," Cashman said. "Right now, we are circling the airport. We are waiting for clearance on the runway.That is not from ownership. That means that we've got the signal that it is a safe landing spot, that we are comfortable with it, excited by that. We have enough gas in that tank that we can keep circling for awhile."
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
Will Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge hit over/under 86.5 home runs in the 2018 season? The Golden Nugget in Las Vegas just released that prop.
He certainly doesn't look the part. But there are a few good reasons the 6-foot-7, 282-pound Bronx Bomber could play a starring role in the 1-hole.
Buster Olney sits down with Yankees GM Brian Cashman to discuss how the deal with Giancarlo Stanton went down, how Stanton will fit in New York's lineup and more.
The Minnesota Twins announced Wednesday that they have signed former Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda to a two-year contract.
William Weinbaum ESPN
The baseball writers' choices for the Hall of Fame are due 12/31 & the results announcement is 1/24, but the people's choices re: Barry Bonds & Roger Clemens are in, according to a Seton Hall Sports Poll, released Tue. & 49% said no to the duo, 35% yes & 16% didn't know or had no opinion. 62% said they agree with HoFer Joe Morgan that players with a history of PEDs use don't belong in the HoF & 26% disagreed.
Monique Jones ESPN
From Buster Olney: The Orioles have been talking with other teams about moving Manny Machado, and one of the teams that has expressed interest, according to sources: The Yankees, who currently have a need for a third baseman. The Orioles have not executed a major sell-off in the time that Peter Angelos has been owner of the team, but the circumstances could be right for that. Machado is a free agent at the end of the 2018 season and is expected to test the market, and the Orioles want access to the best prospects – and the Yankees have a very well-stocked farm system. Stay tuned.
Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer
Best piece of advice that new Yankees skipper Aaron Boone has received? "Don't read the paper."