MLB Trades

MLB Payrolls Dropped for 1st Time Since 2010

Spending on Major League Baseball payrolls dropped last season for the first time since 2010.

King of Clubs? Teams Start to Show Cards at Winter Meetings

The baseball winter meetings began along the Vegas Strip, and clubs slowly started to show their cards.

Trade Tornado: Dozier, Archer Among 15 Swaps on Deadline Day

Every team except San Francisco made at least one deal since the All-Star Game, with Tampa Bay swinging seven.

Family Atmosphere Helped Lure Ohtani to the Angels

Ohtani joins the Los Angeles Angels, a team that went 80-82 in the 2017 season and has reached the playoffs just once in the past eight seasons.

Yankees, Marlins Near Terms for Giancarlo Stanton Trade; NL MVP Must Agree to Deal

Reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton is expected to waive his no-trade clause Saturday to complete a move to the Yankees, according to multiple reports.

Closer Casilla Signs Two-Year Deal with Oakland A’s

Closer Santiago Casilla made his Major League debut with Oakland in 2004 and was 6-4 with four saves and a 5.11 ERA in 152 relief appearances.

Blue Jays and Bautista Agree to $18M, 1 Year Deal

Jose Bautista was asking Toronto's new management for a contact believed to be worth $150 million or more. Now Bautista Agree to $18M, 1 Year Deal.

Volquez and Marlins Agree to $22M, 2-Year Deal

Free-agent starting pitcher Edinson Volquez to Miami Marlins for two years and $22 million. Get the Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction.

Segura to Seattle, D-Backs Make 5-Player Trade

Segura to Seattle. Mariners acquire Jean Segura in five-player trade with Diamondbacks. Segura, 26, is the most established player in the trade.
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The NFL opened the most hyped week in professional sports with mixed emotions Monday night.

Supreme Court Allows Enforcement of New Green Card Rule

Now immigration officials can deny green cards to legal immigrants over their use of public benefits.

Bryant’s Chopper Crashed in Fog that Grounded Other Aircraft

The crash happened in a foggy weather considered dangerous enough.

Leonard Leads Clippers to Win over Magic

Leonard scored 15 of his 31 points in a big third quarter and the Clippers won their sixth victory in seven games.