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Mariners get All-Star Frazier in trade with Padres
The Mariners have traded for All-Star second baseman/outfielder Adam Frazier in a deal with the Padres.[read more]

Source: Astros, Neris agree to 2-year, $17M deal
The Houston Astros have agreed to a two-year, $17 million deal with right-handed reliever Hector Neris, a source confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

MLB free-agency tracker: Latest moves, grades and analysis
Need to keep tabs on all the major signings? Want to know how our experts grade the big deals? We've got you covered.[read more]

Franco inks historic deal in 'great day' for Rays
Wander Franco finalized a $182 million, 11-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays in the largest financial commitment to a player in the Rays' 24-year history.[read more]

Red Sox agree to 1-year, $7M deal with Wacha
The Boston Red Sox have signed Michael Wacha to a $7 million, one-year deal, adding the right-hander to an already thin rotation that lost Eduardo Rodriguez in free agency.[read more]

Sources: Mets land Marte for 4 years, add depth
Starling Marte agreed to a four-year, $78M deal, Eduardo Escobar agreed to a 2-year, $20M deal while Mark Canha is nearing a deal for two years and $26.5M with a third-year option.[read more]

Grading Mets' Black Friday binge: What will Starling Marte's impact be?
Signings such as Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Eduardo Escobar raise the floor of the Mets' roster more than its ceiling -- but for this team, that's a great place to start.[read more]

$182 million? Why 20-year-old Wander Franco is worth every penny to the Rays
By going all-in on their shortstop for the next 12 years, the Rays finally have a franchise-defining superstar.[read more]

Franco? Rays? MLB? Why EVERYBODY wins with new megadeal
Wander Franco's new deal is neither team- nor player-friendly -- it's a win for everyone involved. And that includes those of us who get to watch the 20-year-old phenom for years to come.[read more]

Reports: Pirates keep Tsutsugo with 1-year deal
The Pirates reportedly are bringing back first baseman/outfielder Yoshi Tsutsugo.[read more]