Free-agent outfielder Jarrod Dyson and the Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed on a two-year deal, a source told ESPN.
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The Red Sox agreed to a five-year deal with slugger J.D. Martinez, a source told ESPN's Pedro Gomez. The outfielder can opt out after two seasons. FanRag Sports reports the deal is worth $110 million, with $50 million to be paid over the first two years.
Diamondbacks right-hander Zack Greinke wasn't ready to fully embrace the humidor and its potential effect on Arizona's home games, saying, "I've got to see" whether it'll make Chase Field less hitter-friendly.
The Diamondbacks will use a new humidor to store baseballs this season, and CEO Derrick Hall hopes pitchers can get a better grip during home games.
Yoshihisa Hirano agreed in December to a $6 million, two-year contract with the Diamondbacks after 12 seasons with Orix of Japan's Pacific League, and he said Monday that he hopes to be a closer in Arizona like he was in Japan.
From Seattle to the Bronx -- yes, the Bronx -- we found non-Boston alternatives for the best slugger still on the market.
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Pitcher Shelby Miller has won his salary arbitration case against Arizona after missing most of last season because of a torn elbow ligament, a decision that gave players a 2-0 record this year.
Spring training is nearly here, and there are dozens of free agents still available. We find each club's biggest need and identify potential targets.
Alex Avila, who reached a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks, will compete for playing time behind the plate with holdovers Jeff Mathis and Chris Herrmann.
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Diamondbacks reliever Archie Bradley talks to Josh Weinfuss about 2018 expectations, catching the Dodgers and the slow-to-develop free agent market.
Reliever David Hernandez has signed with the Reds on a two-year contract.
Kevin Towers, former general manager of the San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks, has died at age 56 after a battle with thyroid cancer.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Two years ago, Curt Schilling was 11 percent ahead of Mike Mussina in the voting. Now Mussina is 12 percent ahead and trending in the right direction while Schilling has stalled. Both are very strong candidates in my opinion, well above the bar for Hall of Fame pitchers, especially when considering Schilling's postseason numbers. You have to think Schilling's controversial political views have hurt him at the ballot box.
Diamondbacks outfielder Yasmany Tomas was booked into the downtown Phoenix jail after authorities say his Mercedes Coupe was clocked at 105 mph on the freeway.
As this odd hot stove season lingers on, we crunched the numbers to see who benefits most the later into the offseason contract negotiations take place.
The Diamondbacks have avoided salary arbitration with third baseman Jake Lamb, lefty starter Robbie Ray, righty Taijuan Walker and several other players by reaching deals on one-year contracts.
Morris had a long career but was never dominant. What does that mean for pitchers like Mike Mussina and Curt Schilling making it to Cooperstown?