Diamondbacks Comfortable With $91.5M Payroll
Arizona's projected payroll could increase depending on the arbitration cases with Mark Trumbo and Addison Reed.
Shields' Price Tag Hasn't Dropped Enough To Interest Angels
L.A. general manager Jerry Dipoto was asked Tuesday if the right-hander's supposed declining price had the club interested.
Royals Agree To $1.225M Deal With Dyson
Jarrod Dyson has avoided arbitration with the Royals by agreeing to a one-year, $1.225 million contract for 2015.
Brewers Could Bring Back Francisco Rodriguez
The Brewers had been linked to Jonathan Papelbon in trade talks.
Astros 'Looking At' Kevin Correia
Houston is looking to add depth to the back of their rotation after missing out on Ryan Vogelsong.
Braves Sign John Buck To Minor League Deal
Blue Jays Extend Beeston Through 2015 Season
Bud Norris, Orioles Agree To $8.8M Deal
Report: Moncada Works Out For Dodgers
Yankees To Contest A-Rod's 'Milestone Home Run' Bonuses

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Grading The Deal: Nationals Add Scherzer On Seven-Year Deal

by Andrew Perna

Max Scherzer bet on himself when he turned down a lucrative offer from the Tigers in March and 10 months later he looks brilliant. The Nationals will pay Scherzer $210 million through 2028 in a unique contract agreement.

Grading The Deal: Cardinals, Lance Lynn Agree To $22M Contract

by Andrew Perna

The Cardinals didn't buy out any of Lance Lynn's first few years of free agency, which makes the pitcher the easy winner of this arbitration-avoiding deal.

Grading The Deal: Asdrubal Cabrera Signs With Rays

by Andrew Perna

Asdrubal Cabrera struggled in 2014, which allowed the Rays to sign him to an affordable one-year deal. If last season was the beginning of the end, both Tampa Bay and Cabrera are in trouble.

Grading The Deal: Yankees Agree To Sign Stephen Drew

by Andrew Perna

Stephen Drew will earn a base salary of $5 million to play second base and provide a safety net for the Yankees at shortstop. He's also less than two years removed from a respectable offensive season with the Red Sox.

Grading The Deal: Blue Jays Sign Martin To Five-Year, $82M Deal

by Andrew Perna

Russell Martin fits very well with the Blue Jays, but at what cost? They'll owe him $20 million during his age-36 season.

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