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  • Clippard, D-backs agree to two-year deal

    Tyler Clippard

    The D-backs agreed to a two-year contract with veteran reliever Tyler Clippard on Monday, according to FOX Sports.

  • Stammen agrees to Minor League deal with Tribe

    Craig Stammen

    After spending his entire career with the Nationals, reliever Craig Stammen is starting a new chapter with the Tribe.

  • Chavez wins arb case, to earn $4M

    Jesse Chavez

    Right-hander Jesse Chavez won his arbitration case against the Blue Jays and will earn $4 million this season, according to ESPN. The club filed a $3.6 million offer.

  • Blue Jays sign Floyd to one-year deal

    Gavin Floyd

    The Blue Jays officially agreed to terms with right-hander Gavin Floyd by signing the veteran to a Major League deal worth $1 million.

  • Arrieta, Cubs reportedly reach one-year deal

    Jake Arrieta

    The Cubs and ace Jake Arrieta have agreed to a one-year contract for 2016 worth $10.7 million to avoid arbitration, according to the Associated Press. It's the richest one-year deal for a pitcher with four years of Major League service, per the AP.

  • Friedrich claimed by Angels

    Christian Friedrich

    The Angels claimed lefty reliever Christian Friedrich from the Rockies on Friday and designated infielder Taylor Featherston for assignment to clear room on the 40-man roster.

  • Aardsma, Blue Jays agree to Minor League deal

    David Aardsma

    The Blue Jays have signed right-hander David Aardsma to a minor league contract with an invite to Major League Spring Training.

  • Blue Jays, Floyd close to deal

    Gavin Floyd

    The Blue Jays and right-hander Gavin Floyd are nearing an agreement, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman.

  • Kendrick officially inks deal with Dodgers

    Howie Kendrick

    The Dodgers made official on Thursday the re-signing of Howie Kendrick, who reclaims the starting second-base job while nudging veteran Chase Utley toward utility status.

  • Closer role in Miami is up for grabs

    A.J. Ramos

    The closer role in Miami is up for grabs, with incumbent A.J. Ramos expected to be pushed by Carter Capps, who throws heat.