There are three weeks left until the pitchers and catchers leave for spring training. Here are three things to watch for him throughout the day in baseball today.
1. Authorized signature:
according to The Boston Globe’s Pete Abraham and the Red Sox will sign outfielders to one-year contracts. Adam Duvall Official earlier this week. However, that’s not the only one that could be officially signed in the next few days. Aroldis ChapmanA one-year deal with the Royals could also become official after it was agreed late last week. Brian Anderson1-year deal with Brewers Nelson CruiseA one-year deal with the Padres is another deal that is still waiting to be made official. Cruz’s deal, in particular, was reportedly agreed almost two weeks ago and has yet to be officially announced.With all four clubs having 40-man rosters, there’s plenty of room for the club’s latest acquisitions. Corresponding movements are required in all three cases to ensure .
2. Is Gurriel’s signature imminent?
Market for first basemen and 2023 World Series champions, according to weekend report Yuri Gurriel Marlins and Twins may be interested and hot on the team.Miami, in particular, is said to be “moving toward a deal” with Gurriel, according to Mark Feinsand and Brian McTaggart of MLB.com. Alex Kirillov It makes sense, but in Miami Gurriel could offer an extra option with the already included first base/DH mix Garrett Cooper When Jorge SolerAccording to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Gurriel could play both second and third base if he signs with the Marlins.
3. MLBTR Player Chat
Here at MLBTR, we regularly host chats with members of our writing team, and this week we’re relaunching our player chat series. In the past, there were names like: Dan Stryley, Johnny Gomez, Tyler Denmark, Paul Sewald When Christian Cologne (among other things) host a chat with your readers. This time around, guests range from a player who just had a cup of coffee in the majors and a long grind in the minors to a player with more than 10 years of experience in the MLB.Today’s chat features a former knuckleballer Mickey JanisJanis played 12 seasons in professional baseball, including 8 in the minor leagues, before advancing to the big leagues in 2021 with the Orioles. Janis also played for Australia and Venezuela throughout his career. Watch Jannis live at 10am CST for his chat.