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Elvis Andrus lands with D-backs on minor league deal
The Diamondbacks have signed veteran infielder Elvis Andrus to a minor league contract with an invitation to big league spring training.[read more]

Sources: Phillies, Wheeler agree to historic deal
Zack Wheeler has agreed to a three-year, $126 million extension with the Phillies, according to sources, the most lucrative extension in baseball history in terms of average annual value.[read more]

Braves 'trying to be optimistic' on Acuna's knee
Reigning NL MVP Ronald Acuna Jr. has irritation around his meniscus that should not keep him out for Opening Day, though he is set to undergo further evaluation.[read more]

Ott, who helped Pirates win WS title in '79, dies
Ed Ott, who hit .273 with seven homers and a career-best 51 RBIs during the Pirates' championship season in 1979, died Sunday at the age of 72, the team said.[read more]

Dodgers trade for Lipcius; Kershaw to 60-day IL
The Dodgers acquired infielder Andre Lipcius, who hit .286 in 13 games last season, from the Tigers. To make room, Clayton Kershaw was moved to the 60-day IL.[read more]

Cards P Gray leaves game with tight hamstring
St. Louis Cardinals three-time All-Star pitcher Sony Gray left Monday's spring training game against the Washington Nationals after his right hamstring tightened in the second inning.[read more]

Former Royals infielder Washington dies at 70
Former major league middle infielder UL Washington, who was known for his time playing in Kansas City and his trademark toothpick, died over the weekend at the age of 70.[read more]

Former AL MVP Donaldson retires after 13 years
Josh Donaldson, 38, announced his retirement Monday after a 13-year career.[read more]

Boras says interest is up for Snell, Montgomery
Agent Scott Boras said four new teams have shown interest in free agent pitchers Blake Snell and Jordan Montgomery, his clients.[read more]

Rankings, projections, strategy and cheat sheets
Everything you need for the 2024 fantasy baseball season![read more]