With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
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Yangervis Solarte, who hit a career-low .226 this past season, was not offered a 2019 contract by the Blue Jays, allowing him to become a free agent.
While this winter's crop searches for new homes, we look ahead to the big decisions that loom for some of the game's top stars -- Nolan Arenado, Chris Sale, Paul Goldschmidt and Gerrit Cole among them.
Outfielder Curtis Granderson was voted Marvin Miller Man of the Year for the third time as part of the players' association's Players Choice Awards. Boston's J.D. Martinez was voted Player of the Year, with Mookie Betts and Christian Yelich also honored.
Former Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista has a new namesake buzzing around.
Your favorite team probably isn't going to get Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. But another move -- maybe for a top pitcher -- could make all the difference this winter.
Griffin Conine, an outfielder in the Blue Jays system and son of former MLB star Jeff Conine, has been suspended for violating the minor league drug program.
The Astros, who could lose Marwin Gonzalez to free agency, acquired infielder Aledmys Diaz, who hit a career-high 18 homers last season, in a trade with the Blue Jays.
Want to make a hot-stove splash? Start with these bold trades and free-agent additions.
Cincinnati outfielder Scott Schebler and Texas pitcher Matt Bush just missed the cutoff for salary arbitration eligibility, while Chicago Cubs pitcher Carl Edwards Jr. and Toronto pitcher Joe Biagini earned the final spots.
The Toronto Blue Jays have hired Astros hitting coach Dave Hudgens as their bench coach under new manager Charlie Montoyo.
Bryce? Manny? Both? ... Or steer clear. We examine how every team in baseball should approach a historic pair of free agents.
What will Boston's bullpen look like in 2019? Is pitching help the No. 1 priority for the Yankees? We look at the one big question for every AL East team for the months ahead.
Before the season, we said winning the World Series isn't everything. Some teams proved that. Others, well, not so much.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Plenty of velocity from the starters in this Fall Stars Game. Nate Pearson (Blue Jays) routinely hit 100-plus and topped out at 104 in the first. Forrest Whitley (Astros) hit 100, but had some trouble locating his breaking pitches.
Bryce Harper and Manny Machado clearly are at the head of the class, but there are plenty of big names available beyond the star duo.
First baseman Justin Smoak's $8 million option for 2019 has been exercised by the Toronto Blue Jays, who declined a $5.5 million option on infielder Yangervis Solarte.
Will Mookie Betts win another Gold Glove? Can Andrelton Simmons add to his trophy case? We look at the finalists at every position.
The Blue Jays on Monday officially introduced Charlie Montoyo as the 13th manager in team history at a news conference in Toronto on Monday.
After a 108-win season, the Red Sox are the World Series champions. But do they open the offseason at No. 1? Where do the runner-up Dodgers and Astros check in?
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Here is what Joe Espada, who was also a finalist for the job, told me about the Blue Jays hiring Charlie Montoyo as their new manager: "I'm extremely proud and excited for Charlie. Great man and well-deserved for this job."
Charlie Montoyo, who has served with the Rays in various jobs since their inaugural season in 1998, has been hired as the new manager of the Blue Jays.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Sources within the Blue Jays organization told me that Joe Espada is a "strong candidate" for their vacant managerial position. Espada also interviewed with the Rangers, Angels, and Twins.
The Blue Jays phenom might be marking time until he makes his MLB debut, but he isn't the only prospect on the rise in the AFL.
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Milwaukee Brewers catcher Erik Kratz has played for 7 major league clubs. A dozen of his college friends called his wife and raided his closet. Each wore one of his game used jerseys and surprised him after Game 6 of the NLCS.