Ron Hodges, a catcher who spent his entire 12-season major league career with the New York Mets, has died. He was 74.
The New York Yankees have announced the hiring of Brad Ausmus to replace Carlos Mendoza as bench coach for manager Aaron Boone.
Right-hander Osvaldo Bido agreed to a one-year contract with the Oakland Athletics after he was let go by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Major League Baseball made another addition to its broadcast department as it adapts following the bankruptcy of the Diamond Sports Group’s regional sports networks, hiring Josh Clark to the new position of senior vice president of content distribution.
The Los Angeles Angels have hired Barry Enright to be their pitching coach. The 37-year-old Enright has only been in coaching for five years.
Andrew Bailey was hired as pitching coach of the Boston Red Sox after four seasons in the same role with the San Francisco Giants.
Mike Shildt has been hired as manager of the San Diego Padres, returning to the dugout two years after he was suddenly fired by the St.
A full postseason share for the World Series champion Texas Rangers totaled $506,263, just down from the record set when the Houston Astros won in 2022, but the total pool increased to the most in Major League Baseball history.
Spencer Turnbull’s option to the minor leagues by the Detroit Tigers on Aug. 23 was reversed because of a foot injury, giving the pitcher an additional 3 1/2 weeks of major league service.
Adrián Beltré, Joe Mauer, Chase Utley, David Wright, José Bautista and Matt Holliday are among 12 new candidates on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot released Monday.
Pitcher Aaron Nola will get yearly salaries of $24,571,428 in his $172 million, seven-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that the St. Louis Cardinals have agreed to a $11 million deal with right-hander Lance Lynn for the upcoming season.
While the search continues for starting pitching, the Atlanta Braves have added another reliever to their bullpen with the signing of right-hander Reynaldo López to a $30 million, three-year contract.
Yoshinobu Yamamoto will become a free agent Tuesday and major league teams can sign him through 5 p.m. EST on Jan. 4.
Aaron Nola is staying in Philadelphia, after all. The right-hander signed a seven-year contract to remain with the Phillies after testing the free-agent market, the team said Sunday.
Johnny Washington has been named the Los Angeles Angels’ new hitting coach. The Angels on Saturday announced the latest addition to new manager Ron Washington’s coaching staff.
The Baltimore Orioles avoided arbitration with infielder Jorge Mateo and three other players Friday. The Orioles and the speedy Mateo settled on a $2.7 million deal.
Right-hander Adam Cimber became a free agent when the Toronto Blue Jays declined to offer a 2024 contract.
Starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff was cut loose by Milwaukee and former AL Rookie of the Year Kyle Lewis by Arizona, among 63 players who became free agents when their teams declined to offer 2024 contracts.
The Oakland Athletics have agreed to one-year contracts with infielders Miguel Andujar and Abraham Toro.
The Chicago White Sox and reliever Matt Foster have agreed to a $750,000, one-year contract, avoiding arbitration.
The Yankees allowed right-handers Albert Abreu and Lou Trivino to become free agents when New York declined to offer them 2024 contracts.
Designated hitter Daniel Vogelbach and reserve infielder Luis Guillorme have been cut by the New York Mets.
The Cincinnati Reds have cut ties with Nick Senzel, declining to offer their former first-rounder a contract for next season.
The Chicago Cubs and third baseman Patrick Wisdom have agreed to a $2,725,000, one-year contract. Wisdom hit .205 with 23 homers and 46 RBIs in 97 games for Chicago this year.
The Seattle Mariners acquired infielder Luis Urías from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for right-handed pitcher Isaiah Campbell.
The Cleveland Guardians made their second trade, swapping relievers with San Diego and acquiring right-hander Scott Barlow from the Padres in exchange for Enyel De Los Santos.
Peter Bendix has completed a trade with his former team in one of his first major moves since taking over the Miami Marlins, acquiring utilityman Vidal Bruján and right-hander Calvin Faucher from the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Atlanta Braves have jettisoned two more arbitration-eligible players in two separate trades with Kansas City, sending right-handers Kyle Wright and Nick Anderson to the Royals.
Brandon Woodruff wasn’t offered a contract by the Milwaukee Brewers by Friday’s deadline, making the two-time All-Star right-handed pitcher a free agent as he recovers from surgery to his throwing shoulder.
The Cleveland Guardians traded starter Cal Quantrill to the Colorado Rockies for minor league catcher Kody Huff.