Here are 10 players who could be traded in-season
There will be a lot of speculation between now and July 31
We're about five weeks from Opening Day, and although the Hot Stove season has collided with Spring Training, it's never too early to start looking ahead.
And we're talking months ahead.
For teams that either didn't address all of their needs this winter (the Red Sox and their bullpen, for
Phils owner Middleton in Harper's hometown
Club's competition fading in pursuit of free agent
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- This is getting serious.
A source confirmed an NBC Sports Philadelphia report on Friday night that Phillies owner John Middleton’s plane was in Las Vegas, the hometown of Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla. MLB Network insider Jon Heyman reported that Middleton traveled without Phillies president Andy
'Down-to-earth' Vlad Jr. giving Smoak deja vu
Montoyo, Grichuk talk new Spring Training pitch clock
DUNEDIN, Fla. -- If Justin Smoak starts experiencing flashbacks at some point this season, it's pretty safe to say Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will be the reason why.
When Smoak began his career with the Rangers in 2010, one of the team's biggest stars was Vladimir Guerrero Sr. Nine years later,
After 1 year at SS, Machado ready to play 3B
Two-time Gold Glover's return to hot corner clears path for top prospect Tatis
PEORIA, Ariz. -- Manny Machado is a two-time Gold Glove Award-winning third baseman and one of the most valuable defensive players of the past decade. After a year at shortstop, he's headed back to the hot corner in San Diego.
The Padres finalized their 10-year contract with Machado on Thursday
Kershaw returns to camp; status unclear
Roberts: 'No one’s alarmed or worried by it'
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Clayton Kershaw said he will resume throwing by early next week after being given a chance to “reset” by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts following two discouraging outings on the mound.
Roberts gave Kershaw the day off on a rainy Thursday after the left-hander told his manager that
Rumors: Harper, Nats, Padres, Keuchel
The latest MLB free agent and trade rumors for Hot Stove season
It's Hot Stove season, and MLB.com is keeping track of all the latest free agent and trade rumors right here.
• Free agents, by position
• Every team's acquisitions since start of 2018-19 offseason
Phillies owner and Bryce Harper reportedly meeting in Vegas
Feb. 22: As the field of teams
How many bases will Trea steal this year?
Martinez wants speedster to attempt at least 75 steals this season
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The Nationals want Trea Turner to run more in 2019.
How much more?
"I think if he attempts 75 to 80, we'll be in great shape," manager Dave Martinez said.
"I was like, ‘Wow, alright,'" Turner said with a smile.
It’s a testament to Turner’s
Top performers from MLB's international showcase
Trainer Partnership Program features prospects from DR, Venezuela
BOCA CHICA, Dominican Republic -- More than 130 prospects from the Dominican Republic and Venezuela showed off their skills in front of 200 scouts and baseball officials this week at the Mets’ academy in the biggest and most successful Trainer Partnership Program Showcase to date.
The ultimate goal for the
Braves phenoms hold impromptu camp dance-off
Acuna, Albies and Swanson held a dance-off
Last year, the Braves surprised many when their young stars proved good enough to lead the team to the postseason. Those same stars may have a few more skills up their sleeves. FOX Sports South and Southeast mic'd up Ronald Acuña Jr. at Spring Training and that meant there was a
Ohtani hits off tee for 1st time since surgery
Reigning AL Rookie of the Year remains on track to return in May
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Shohei Ohtani took a step forward in his rehab from Tommy John surgery on Friday, as he hit off a tee for the first time since undergoing the operation on Oct. 1.
Ohtani, who had been limited to dry swings prior to Friday, took 20 swings off
Cashman proud of Yankees' offseason results
GM: 'We have a legitimate shot to [win World Series]'
TAMPA, Fla. – Days after Gleyber Torres tapped the soft grounder down the third-base line that ended the Yankees' postseason run, general manager Brian Cashman and the Yankees' decision-makers huddled in a conference room at Yankee Stadium, comparing wish lists during their annual pro scouting meetings.
Manny Machado's name circulated
Lucky young ballplayer takes first flight to get hitting tips from Alex Bregman
Bregman gives dream hitting lesson
Earlier this week, aspiring young ballplayer Jax Nystrom had his day made when Astros third baseman Alex Bregman replied to a video of him hitting with two simple words: "Great swing." But Bregman's compliment was also followed by an intriguing offer: a personal hitting lesson from Bregman himself.
Greinke throws to batters, prepares for games
Koch scratched, Green starting Saturday's spring opener
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- D-backs right-hander Zack Greinke threw to hitters Friday as part of a 40-pitch work day under rainy conditions.
“Everything felt good, went good,” Greinke said.