Five Best Fits for Jake Odorizzi

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It is quite shocking that Jake Odorizzi is still out on the market. He came into this past offseason as one of the best free agent starters. While not quite as talented as Trevor Bauer or James Paxton, Odorizzi would bring great stability to any team he signs with. He brings more certainty than many […] READ MORE


Report: San Diego Padres Agree to Fernando Tatis Jr. Extension

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The San Diego Padres have pulled off a huge contract extension. They have reportedly signed infielder Fernando Tatis Jr. to a long-term deal. The contract is reportedly for 14 years with a total value of $340 million. Robert Murray of FanSided Sports broke the news Wednesday evening. BREAKING: Fernando Tatis Jr. and the San Diego […] READ MORE


Chris Archer Returns to the Rays

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Why Fans Should Be Excited About Chris Archer’s Return to Tampa Bay Chris Archer is back with the Tampa Bay Rays and there are many mixed feelings from the Rays faithful. His one-year, $6.5-million contract comes after the Rays let go their top two arms in Blake┬áSnell and Charlie Morton. Are the Rays so desperate […] READ MORE


Indians Sign Bryan Shaw and Heath Hembree

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Cleveland Indians Bring in Pair of Relievers on Minor-League Deals The Cleveland Indians signed free agents Bryan Shaw and Heath Hembree on Wednesday. Jon Heyman of MLB Network was first to report the news regarding Hembree. Meanwhile, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reported the Bryan Shaw news first. Heath Hembree signs minors deal with Indians. […] READ MORE


Nolan Arenado Trade Ignites Blame

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The trade of Nolan Arenado has triggered an outpouring of emotions among Colorado Rockies fans. In spite of months of signs that it was coming, the trade struck long-frazzled nerves of purple-clad devotees. A great deal of the blame is directed at the team’s front office and Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Bridich. […] READ MORE


Keone Kela is a Great Fit for the Yankees

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The bullpen of the New York Yankees is not as imposing as in years past. The team has lost many late-inning arms in recent years who helped make the bullpen such a dominant force. As it stands, there are only three high-leverage relievers whom the Yankees trust right now. They are Chad Green, Zack Britton, […] READ MORE


J.T. Realmuto Re-Signs with the Phillies

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According to reports, top-tier free agent catcher J.T. Realmuto has re-signed with the Philadelphia Phillies. Craig Mish of MLB.com was the first to report the deal. The Philadelphia Phillies and JT Realmuto are in agreement on a 5 year $115.5 million dollar contract. Pending physical. Per source. — Craig Mish (@CraigMish) January 26, 2021 Realmuto […] READ MORE


Minnesota Twins Sign J.A. Happ

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The Minnesota Twins have bolstered their rotation with the addition of veteran pitcher J.A. Happ. The 38-year-old had a solid bounceback campaign in 2020 despite the shortened season. Happ joins a Twins team that has not been particularly active this offseason, but still has plenty of talent to compete in the American League Central. Jeff […] READ MORE


San Francisco Giants Sign Alex Wood

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The San Francisco Giants have signed pitcher Alex Wood to a one-year deal. The team announced the deal late Thursday evening on Twitter. OFFICIAL: The #SFGiants have signed left-handed pitcher Alex Wood to a one-year Major League contract for the 2021 season. pic.twitter.com/78Fu5ONpQl — SFGiants (@SFGiants) January 15, 2021 Giants Sign Alex Wood Wood pitched […] READ MORE


State of the Cleveland Indians

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The Cleveland Indians are in an obvious state of rebuild. Following Thursday’s trade of All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco, the rebuild is more advanced than it was just Wednesday. As it stands right now, the Indians are projected to have the lowest payroll in all of baseball. Current projections have the […] READ MORE