There is no doubt that he breakout A’s club coincided with the Free Agent signing of the 28 year old Cespedes. While he has shown flashes of super stardom, the OF was only signed through 2015 – and would need to be moved next year – as to not lose the asset. Cespedes will help Boston for the next 14 months, by hitting cleanup potentially, give the Beantowners a power threat to protect David Ortiz, and they may net themselves Jon Lester back in the offseason anyway. After posting a .861 OPS during his rookie campaign Cespedes has hit for OPS’s of .737 and .767 over the last few years. He is a great force at the plate, but the A’s could sacrifice some of their vaunted offense to strengthen their Starting Staff.
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The Angels announced that they’ve signed catcher Geovany Soto to a one-year, Major League contract. He’ll presumably pair with young catcher Carlos Perez as the Halos’ primary catching tandem. MLB.com’s Alden Gonzalez tweets that Soto will earn $2.8MM in 2016. Soto, 33 in January, hit .219/.301/.406 in 210 plate appearances with the White Sox in 2015. While […]
The White Sox announced that they have acquired right-hander Tommy Kahnle from the Rockies in exchange for minor league right-hander Yency Almonte (Twitter link). Kahnle was designated for assignment by the Rockies last Friday in a series of moves to set the club’s roster in advance of the Rule 5 Draft. Kahnle, who turned 26 in August, came to the Rockies fr […]
TODAY: Iannetta can earn up to $1.75MM in performance bonuses in the coming season, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune tweets. The club picks up a 2017 option, at a $4.25MM price tag, which can also vest at $6MM under unspecified circumstances. YESTERDAY, 6:28pm: The contract guarantees Iannetta $4.25MM and includes incentives, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com […]
The Diamondbacks have avoided arbitration with lefty Matt Reynolds, Zach Buchanan of AZCentral.com reports on Twitter. Reynolds will receive $675K next season, with a $25K bonus if he makes 55 appearances. That number falls a bit shy of the $800K that MLBTR projected Reynolds to earn. Of course, the southpaw had seemed a plausible non-tender candidate even a […]
The Braves have announced the signings of ten players to minor league contracts, each of which includes an invitation to major league camp. Righty David Carpenter is perhaps the most notable, but the list includes several other recognizable names. Joining Carpenter in Atlanta’s camp this spring will be fellow righties Chris Volstad and Madison Younginer. Als […]