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  • Giants set to sign southpaw Watson

    Tony Watson

    The Giants have reportedly agreed to terms with veteran free-agent reliever Tony Watson, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman.

  • Parra undergoes surgery on right hand

    Gerardo Parra

    Rockies outfielder Gerardo Parra underwent surgery last Friday to remove the broken hook of the hamate bone in his right hand, but says he will be ready for Cactus League game action in the March 8-10 range.

  • Vargas agrees to two-year contract with Mets

    Jason Vargas

    The Mets iced their offseason with a rotation signing on Friday, inking veteran left-hander Jason Vargas to a two-year, $16 million deal with a club option for 2020, according to a source.

  • Brantley questionable for Opening Day

    Michael Brantley

    Following surgery on his right ankle in October, Indians outfielder Michael Brantley is behind the pack this preseason and his availability for Opening Day is questionable.

  • Red Sox set to bring back Nunez

    Eduardo Nunez

    The Red Sox have agreed to a deal with super-utility man Eduardo Nunez, pending a physical, a source told on Thursday.

  • Blue Jays deepen rotation by signing Garcia

    Jaime Garcia

    The Blue Jays signed veteran left-hander Jaime Garcia to a one-year, $8 million contract on Thursday, the team announced.

  • Salazar may miss start of season

    Danny Salazar

    The competition for the last two spots in the Indians' rotation has already hit a snag. On Thursday, when Cleveland held its first official workout for pitchers and catchers, the team announced that right-hander Danny Salazar is a couple of weeks behind the rest of the arms in camp.

  • Cashner joins Orioles on two-year pact

    Andrew Cashner

    The Orioles have added to their starting rotation by reaching a two-year agreement that could extend to 2020 with right-hander Andrew Cashner on Thursday, according to a source.

  • Healy undergoes surgery on right hand

    Ryon Healy

    First baseman Ryon Healy, acquired by the Mariners to fill their first-base vacancy this offseason, underwent surgery on Wednesday to remove a bone spur in his right hand and will be out about four to six weeks, the club announced Thursday.

  • Familia likely to open season as closer

    Jeurys Familia

    While Mets manager Mickey Callaway has said frequently over the past two months that the Mets will use a bullpen by committee, deploying relievers "when it makes sense" based on matchups, pitching coach Dave Eiland clarified Wednesday that Jeurys Familia will likely open this season as the nominal closer.