While we saw record pitching payouts in San Diego, these squads should invest in their lineups for 2020.
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Hoping for a busy week of moves in San Diego? So are we. Here are some deals that would get everyone talking.
All-Star infielder Mike Moustakas completed a $64 million, four-year contract Thursday with the Cincinnati Reds, the biggest free agent deal in franchise history.
With the MLB Hot Stove already cookin', Buster and Bob Nightengale discuss possible landing spots for the biggest names left in free agency. Plus, a special offseason "Hembo Knows" (22:13) and some Bleacher Tweets with a Texas twist (33:21).
Kris Bryant to Cincy? Anthony Rendon on the Rangers? We dream up a major hot stove splash for every squad.
Cincinnati is angling to make a move to contend, but adding the slugger might jumble its infield picture.
Mike Moustakas, a free agent for the third straight offseason, has agreed with the Cincinnati Reds on a four-year deal worth $64 million, league sources tell ESPN's Jeff Passan.
The Rays have acquired minor leaguer Brian O'Grady from the Reds for a player to be named and cash while also designating first baseman Jesus Aguilar for assignment
The Blue Jays sent right-handed reliever Justin Shafer to the Cincinnati Reds for cash on Monday.
The Tampa Bay Rays have designated infielder Matt Duffy for assignment and traded pitcher Jose De Leon to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for a player to be named and cash.
If you could have one thing you really wanted for your favorite team, what would you be willing to give up?
Will Juan Soto rise to the top? Can anyone unseat Mike Trout? Here's the first look at next year's hardware hopefuls.
St. Louis needs more pop despite adding Paul Goldschmidt, Chicago gets a new direction with David Ross and Milwaukee needs to bolster its rotation.
Sorry, Detroit: Your team follows in the footsteps of other recent biggest losers. Where did every other club fall?
This winter's free-agent class offers the kind of aces contenders need, plus several solid hitters also worth top dollar.
The Cincinnati Reds exercised the $5.5 million option for next season on infielder Freddy Galvis, who was claimed by the Reds off waivers from Toronto on Aug. 12.
After a stunning World Series title, Washington faces some uncertainty this offseason. Will the Nats be No. 1 again or will the Astros or Dodgers take their place?
Tim Kurkjian shares the behind-the-scenes stories of some of the wildest games, moments and characters in MLB postseason history.
MLB teams looking to avoid unwanted affiliations, bad venues and poor facilities could be driving the agenda, but how would it work?
On the field and in the stands, how players and others react to MLB's newly juiceless baseballs off the bat tells a story.
There might not be a more fascinating development this offseason than Cincinnati's move to bring the man behind Driveline Baseball to the sport's mainstream.
Turner Ward is out as the Reds' hitting coach after just one season on the job.
The Astros, Yankees and Dodgers clearly were up to the task all season, but which teams were pleasant surprises and which ones disappointed?