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MLB's billion-dollar spending spree (AXIOS Sports) Corey Seager, SS: Rangers (10 years, $325M)
Marcus Semien, 2B: Rangers (seven years, $175M)
Javier Báez, SS: Tigers (six years, $140M)
Max Scherzer, RHP: Mets (three years, $130M)
Robbie Ray, LHP: Mariners (five years, $115M)
Kevin Gausman, RHP: Blue Jays (five years, $110M)
Starling Marte, CF: Mets (four years, $78M)
Eduardo Rodríguez, LHP: Tigers (five years, $77M)
Jon Gray, RHP: Rangers (four years, $56M)
Avisail García, RF: Marlins (four years, $53M)
Steven Matz, LHP: Cardinals (four years, $44M)

New York Mets Alter Their Roster With Significant And Costly Free Agent Signings (Forbes SportsMoney)  So far, the New York Mets are kings of the MLB offseason.
Mets owner Steve Cohen isn’t fooling around. He is sending a loud and expensive message to the National League.
Cohen hired former Los Angeles Angels general manager Billy Eppler to lead the baseball operations of his club. Eppler has totally transformed the roster since being hired November 18.
With the offseason now in full steam, according to, Cohen and Eppler have agreed to terms with four very consequential free agent players, making the Mets among the most improved teams so far in baseball. 

Losing Max Scherzer And Corey Seager Leaves The Los Angeles Dodgers With Lots Of Uncertainty (Forbes SportsMoney) Two foundations for the Los Angeles Dodgers during their recent run of success have been elite front-end talent and roster depth. 
That was true when last season started, and even somewhat true when they went into the playoffs as a 106-win Wild Card team. But in the span on hours Monday, that elite talent and team depth took a massive hit, leaving the Dodgers looking like a team with as many question marks as any in baseball.
First, ace Max Scherzer agreed to a three-year, $130 million deal with the New York Mets – a record for average annual value. Then, star shortstop Corey Seager agreed to a 10-year, $325 million deal with the Texas Rangers. Both were presumed to be high on the Dodgers’ free-agent list given that both helped lead the team into the postseason.

The New York Mets And The Highest-Paid Players In Baseball History: A Complicated Relationship (Forbes SportsMoney) The Mets awarding Max Scherzer the most lucrative contract in Major League Baseball history — at least in terms of average annual value — has yielded a bit of harmless revisionist history from fans and observers accustomed to watching the Wilpon-era Mets spend their winters shopping the cutout bins instead of investing in the highest-end talent possible.

As MLB Nears Likely Lockout, Here's How Long Prior Sports Stoppages Have Lasted (Forbes SportsMoney) Major League Baseball is expected to enter a lockout when its current collective bargaining agreement expires Wednesday at 11:59 p.m., possibly marking the first work stoppage in major American sports in eight years, evoking memories of the frequent labor disputes that clouded the MLB from the 1970s to 1990s. 

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