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The Toronto Blue Jays have hired Astros hitting coach Dave Hudgens as their bench coach under new manager Charlie Montoyo.
Gary Sanchez will have surgery on his left shoulder this week, but the Yankees catcher is expected to be ready by Opening Day.
For teams looking to make a high-impact addition, a winter swap could land some MVP-caliber performers.
Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson, who hit .238 with 14 homers and 59 RBIs last season, had surgery to remove a "loose body" in his left wrist and should be ready for 2019.
When the Nats' rejected offer was leaked, many assumed the superagent was behind it. Baseball officials and rival agents know the Boras playbook -- and here's what they see coming next.
You know Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are about to get paid. But who are the biggest steals and potential busts on the market?
Bryce Harper turned down a 10-year, $300 million offer from the Nationals late last season, according to reports.
The White Sox extended manager Rick Renteria's contract beyond 2019.
With Bryce Harper a free agent and J.T. Realmuto eager to get out of Miami, some of the division's biggest names could be headed elsewhere.
Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi is leaving Los Angeles to become the San Francisco Giants' head of baseball operations, according to ESPN and multiple reports.
Although he admits he'd rather see more effort from Manny Machado, Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said Manny Machado "checks all the boxes" when it comes to putting in the work and being a good teammate.
Bryce Harper turned down an "aggressive offer" from the Nationals on the last day of the 2018 season, The Washington Post reports.
CC Sabathia will return to the Yankees for one more season after agreeing to a one-year, $8 million deal.
The Houston Astros announced Tuesday that Lance McCullers Jr. will miss the 2019 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
Bryce? Manny? Both? ... Or steer clear. We examine how every team in baseball should approach a historic pair of free agents.
The Reds have hired hitting coach Turner Ward away from the Dodgers.
More than double the usual number of relievers will be available this offseason. But a few of them stand out.
Milwaukee seems due for some regression, the Cubs don't figure to throw money at their problems and the Cardinals might be looking to add some star power.
With Cleveland entertaining offers for its ace, the White Sox and Twins have enough payroll flexibility to be big-time players in free agency.
Will franchise faces Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado be traded? How will the Dodgers get back to the World Series? We size up the NL West.