MLB free agency tracker: Jean Segura heads south to Marlins; Evan Longoria snakes his way to Diamondbacks

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Major League Baseball has actually seen a flurry of complimentary representative finalizings in December, and the greatest shock of hot range season came a couple of days prior to Christmas. Carlos Correa, who initially accepted a 13-year handle the Giants, is now rather heading to the Mets. New York and Steve Cohen stroked in to land Correa after the Giants supposedly aborted an interview following Correa’s physical. It was a spectacular relocation by the Mets, who have actually likewise generated Justin Verlander and Kodai Senga this winter season and re-signed Brandon Nimmo and Edwin Díaz.

The greatest name in MLB complimentary company is sitting tight. Aaron Judge reached a record $360 million contract to stay with the Yankees throughout the MLB Winter Meetings. Other leading complimentary representatives, nevertheless, have actually altered groups: Jacob deGrom is on the Rangers, Trea Turner headed to the Phillies, Dansby Swanson signed with the Cubs and Xander Bogaerts wound up with the Padres.

Michael Conforto, Carlos Rodón, Willson Contreras, Michael Brantley, Justin Turner, Chris Bassitt, Kenley Jansen, Clayton Kershaw, J.D. Martinez and Jameson Taillon are a few of the other names who signed throughout December, however some noteworthy complimentary representatives stay on the marketplace. CBS Sports will be keeping an eye on the motion of our leading 50 complimentary representatives all winter season long in this area. As a tip, you can research these 50 gamers, and find out how they were ranked here.

Now, to the excellent things. Below you’ll discover our tracker, total with the gamer, their rank, their last group, and their brand-new group. We’ll keep this upgraded throughout the offseason.



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