MLB free agent tracker: Full list of 2022-23 offseason signings




 

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MLB's hot stove is downright scalding so far this offseason.

A handful of the best players in baseball have been on the move already, while the biggest name in the 2022 free agent class decided to stay put.

While it briefly appeared that Aaron Judge could be headed to the Bay Area, the slugger ultimately re-signed with the New York Yankees on a whopping nine-year, $360 million deal.

As for marquee players on the move, Jacob deGrom ditched the New York Mets for the Texas Rangers. Steve Cohen and the Mets wasted little time replacing their former ace and acquired a three-time Cy Young winner in Justin Verlander. The Philadelphia Phillies made the first move in the MLB shortstop sweepstakes by inking Trea Turner to an 11-year, $300 million contract, and the San Diego Padres followed suit by acquiring Xander Bogaerts on an 11-year, $280 million deal.

There are plenty of big names on the board, including Carlos Correa, Dansby Swanson and Carlos Rodon. Here is a running list of the free agents who have signed so far:

Arizona Diamondbacks

Atlanta Braves

  • Jesse Chavez: 1 year, $1.2 million

  • Nick Anderson (from TB): 1 year, $875,000

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox

  • Masataka Yoshida (from Japan): 5 years, $90 million

  • Kenley Jansen (from ATL): 2 years, $32 million

  • Chris Martin (from LAD): 2 years, $17.5 million

  • Joely Rodriguez (from NYM): 1 year, $2 million

Chicago Cubs

  • Jameson Taillon (from NYY): 4 years, $68 million

  • Cody Bellinger (from LAD): 1 year, $17.5 million

Chicago White Sox

Cincinnati Reds

Cleveland Guardians

  • Josh Bell (from SD): 2 years, $33 million

  • Anthony Gose: 2 years, $2 million

Colorado Rockies

  • Jose Urena: 1 year, $3.5 million

Detroit Tigers

  • Matt Boyd (from SEA): 1 year, $10 million

Houston Astros

  • Jose Abreu (from CHW): 3 years, $58.5 million

  • Rafael Montero: 3 years, $34.5 million

Los Angeles Angels

  • Tyler Anderson (from LAD): 3 years, $39 million

  • Carlos Esteves (from COL): 2 years, $13.5 million

Los Angeles Dodgers

New York Mets

  • Edwin Diaz: 5 years, $102 million

  • Justin Verlander: 2 years, $86.7 million

  • Jose Quintana (from STL): 2 years, $26 million

New York Yankees

  • Aaron Judge: 9 years, $360 million

  • Anthony Rizzo: 2 years, $40 million

  • Tommy Kahnle (from LAD): 2 years, $11.5 million

Oakland Athletics

  • Aledmys Diaz (from HOU): 2 years, $14.5 million

Philadelphia Phillies

  • Trea Turner (from LAD): 11 years, $300 million

  • Taijuan Walker (from NYM): 4 years, $72 million

  • Matthew Strahm (from BOS): 2 years, $15 million

Pittsburgh Pirates

  • Carlos Santana (from SEA): 1 year, $6.7 million

  • Vincent Velasquez (from CHW): 1 year, $3.2 million

  • Jarlin Garcia (from SF): 1 year, $2.5 million

San Diego Padres

  • Xander Bogaerts (from BOS): 11 years, $280 million

  • Robert Suarez: 5 years, $46 million

Seattle Mariners

San Francisco Giants

  • Mitch Haniger (from SEA): 3 years, $43.5 million

  • Joc Pederson: 1 year, $19.7 million

St. Louis Cardinals

  • Willson Contreras (from CHC): 5 years, $87.5 million

Tampa Bay Rays

Texas Rangers

  • Jacob deGrom (from NYM): 5 years, $185 million

  • Andrew Heaney (from LAD): 2 years, $25 million

  • Martin Perez: 1 year, $19.7 million

Washington Nationals

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