Fantasy News

  • Yankees, D-backs, Rays complete three-way trade

    Steven Souza Jr.

    The Yankees, Rays and D-backs have reportedly swung a three-way deal, with Arizona infielder Brandon Drury heading to New York and Tampa Bay outfielder Steven Souza Jr. and right-hander Taylor Widener, New York's No. 14-ranked prospect, going to Arizona.

  • Tulowitzki may not be ready for Opening Day

    Troy Tulowitzki

    Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki says the bone spur in his right foot is feeling a lot better, but he stopped short of saying that he would be ready for the start of the season.

  • Dyson joins D-backs on two-year pact

    Jarrod Dyson

    Not long after word began coming out that J.D. Martinez had signed a five-year deal with the Red Sox, so too did the news that the D-backs had agreed to terms with Jarrod Dyson on a two-year contract.

  • Martinez, Red Sox finally come to agreement

    J.D. Martinez

    The Red Sox and free-agent slugger J.D. Martinez have agreed to a five-year, $110 million deal that includes an opt-out after the second year, sources told's Jon Paul Morosi on Monday.

  • O's reunite with Tillman on one-year deal

    Chris Tillman

    Free agent Chris Tillman is returning to the Orioles. The right-hander, who had been working out in Sarasota of late, has agreed to a Major League contract according to multiple sources.

  • McMahon has chance to win first base job

    Ryan McMahon

    Rockies No. 3 prospect (according to MLB Pipeline) Ryan McMahon has a chance to show he can handle the Rockies' first-base job.

  • Abreu aims to be running man for White Sox

    Jose Abreu

    Jose Abreu wants the green light. A few of them, actually. He needs permission to steal more bases in 2018, he wants to keep his new beard, and in the long term, he's also open to finishing his career with the White Sox.

  • Hosmer's arrival will reshape outfield, lineup

    Eric Hosmer

    Thirteen months ago, the Padres hosted a news conference at Petco Park in which they unveiled their first baseman of the future. Earlier that day, Wil Myers put pen to paper on a massive multiyear contract. And he was presumed to be the anchor at that position for half a dozen years. Enter Eric Hosmer.

  • Pham motivated to reach high expectations

    Tommy Pham

    After spring after spring of saying differently, Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak approached Tommy Pham this week with an unfamiliar message. "Mo said I'm on the team this year," quipped Pham, sitting in the shade Sunday, after arriving in camp for good.

  • Angels add veterans C. Young, C. Carter

    Chris Young

    Outfielder Chris Young signed a one-year contract with the Angels with a Major League Spring Training invitation and first baseman Chris Carter has agreed to a Minor League deal on Sunday.