The former AL Rookie of the Year is joining his third team in four years as part of a wild three-team trade Wednesday. What does it mean for the teams involved?
Chase Headley is coming back to New York, meaning A-Rod's days at third are over. Is this a good thing for the Yankees?
This off-season, the Royals have signed Kendrys Morales and Alex Rios, hoping for rebound seasons from both. Is it the right move?
Cincinnati's starting pitching fire sale resulted in veterans Alfredo Simon in Detroit and Mat Latos in Miami. What does it mean for the future?
The Arizona Diamondbacks have pulled a 180 from last year's offseason and have started acquiring prospects in bulk. Is it enough to turn around a 98-loss team?
Los Angeles has been the busiest team at the Winter Meetings this week. How much have their moves improved the team?
The Angels sacrificed their long-time second baseman, a free agent at the end of the season, for a young lefty under team control until 2021.
The Marlins may have given too much to the Dodgers for the L.A. All-Star second baseman.
The Pittsburgh Pirates just re-signed their ace pitcher for a fraction of what it will cost some team to sign Lester.
The South Siders had a big Monday at the Winter Meetings in San Diego. What do these moves mean for their 2015 potential?
The Indians acquired a needed bat, and the Athletics traded for another prospect. But is there a clear winner and loser?
Toronto got the outfielder they needed and opened a rotation spot for a youngster, while the Mariners gained a surplus of starters, perhaps ahead of a bigger trade.
The longtime Orioles outfielder has signed a four-year deal with the Atlanta Braves. How much does it help Atlanta?
There's no way a 39-year-old Torii Hunter is worth $10.5 million. But his contract doesn't hurt the Twins beyond 2015.
Nelson Cruz immediately improves Seattle's offense, but his contract handcuffs the team's future.
The Oakland A's have made another blockbuster, this time trading their best position player to Toronto.
Has Ben Cherrington lost faith in the minor league system, or are bigger moves on the way?
Atlanta gets younger and opens up an outfield spot for Evan Gattis, St. Louis clears a rotation spot for another young starter, and three big leaguers changed teams.
Barry Zito is ready to pitch again in 2015, but is he worth the risk?