Fantasy News

  • Pimental inks Minor League deal with Mets

    Stolmy Pimentel

    The Mets have signed right-handed pitcher Stolmy Pimentel to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, the club announced Tuesday.

  • Braves invite 10 to Spring Training

    David Carpenter

    Right-hander David Carpenter headlines the list of 10 non-roster players the Braves have invited to Spring Training.

  • White Sox acquire Kahnle

    Thomas Kahnle

    The White Sox on Tuesday acquired right-hander Tommy Kahnle from the Rockies in exchange for Minor League right-hander Yency Almonte.

  • Paxton hopes to win rotation spot in 2016

    James Paxton

    James Paxton is taking a quick break for Thanksgiving with family, but the Mariners' left-hander will be back on the mound Monday in Peoria, Ariz., to throw seven innings of a simulated game as he continues building up his arm following an injury-shortened 2015 season.

  • Reynolds, D-backs avoid arbitration

    Matt Reynolds

    The Diamondbacks and left-hander Matt Reynolds have agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding arbitration, the team announced Monday.

  • Iannetta signs one-year deal with Mariners

    Chris Iannetta

    New Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto reached back into his former Angels team to make his first new free-agent acquisition, signing veteran catcher Chris Iannetta to a one-year Major League contract on Monday.

  • Nats interested in O'Day

    Darren O'Day

    The Nationals are in need of bullpen help, and a baseball source confirmed that the club has serious interest in free-agent reliever Darren O'Day.

  • Blue Jays add three on Minor League deals

    Casey Kotchman

    The Blue Jays continued to add to their organizational depth Monday morning by signing infielders Jiovanni Mier, David Adams and Casey Kotchman to Minor League contracts.

  • Dodgers have checked in on Chapman

    Aroldis Chapman

    The Dodgers, looking to make an upgrade in their bullpen, have reportedly "checked in" on Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, according to's Jon Heyman.