The World Series champion Boston Red Sox owe $11.95 million in luxury tax for having baseball's top payroll.
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Every team left Las Vegas with unfinished business. We have some suggestions on where they should go from here.
The division's four contenders have made the biggest moves to restock their rosters, but they're far from finished.
Dan Mullen ESPN.com
Talking with new Cincinnati Reds starter Tanner Roark, who is in Las Vegas by cell phone voice only.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The Reds have been searching for a veteran starting pitcher and got one in Tanner Roark from the Nationals in exchange for reliever Tanner Rainey, the never-before-seen Tanner-for-Tanner trade. Roark has pitched 180 innings each of the past three seasons and gave the Nationals some reliable innings, but now they have two big holes at the back of the rotation. They do, however, save an estimated $8.5 million in salary. Reds GM Dick Williams, meanwhile, says the Reds are still hoping to do more. Sonny Gray remains a possibility and Buster Olney reports the Reds have interest in Marcus Stroman.
In a swap of right-handed pitchers, the Nationals have sent Tanner Roark to the Reds in return for Tanner Rainey.
Scott Boras won't say who free agent Bryce Harper will sign with, but the agent did say that a deal could happen at any time -- whether it be days or weeks.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
The media masses awaiting Scott Boras' entrance at the Winter Meetings inside Mandalay Bay.
With the winter meetings upcoming in Harper's hometown of Las Vegas, we look at the free-agent outfielder's quest for baseball's biggest contract.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Phillies manager Gabe Kapler was impressed with how Bryce Harper didn't seem to give away at-bats while he struggled. "I love the way he plays," Kapler said. "There's so much to like about what Bryce Harper brings to the table."
The winter meetings are underway in Bryce Harper's hometown of Las Vegas, where we're tracking all of the latest Bryce buzz all week long.
With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
Other teams might seem more likely to land Bryce Harper, but he wouldn't be the first Boras client to shop around before re-signing with his original club.
Nationals owner Mark Lerner said he has told Bryce Harper that the team has maxed out its offer to the free-agent outfielder. "I really don't expect him to come back," Lerner said.
Washington reeled in a big-name free agent while the star outfielder is still on the market. Here's what the addition of Patrick Corbin means for Bryce Harper's chances of returning.
The best thing to happen to the Washington Nationals this offseason might be Bryce Harper turning down the $300 million contract offered by the club...
All-Star Patrick Corbin, who was 11-7 with a 3.15 ERA and 246 strikeouts for the Diamondbacks last season, has reportedly reached a six-year, $140M deal with the Nationals.
Patrick Corbin to Washington, Josh Donaldson to Atlanta, Jean Segura to Philly, Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz to New York -- the NL East teams are going for it.
Patrick Corbin's hefty contract could hurt the Nationals in the long run, but GM Mike Rizzo can't be blamed for wanting to win now.
The former All-Star catcher could be worth as much as four wins for the Nats. But what about the return for the Indians?
The Nationals were in need of a new catcher, and now they have two after acquiring All-Star Yan Gomes in a trade with the Indians. The Nats also signed Kurt Suzuki last week.
Buster Olney talks to Chelsea Janes from the Washington Post about the biggest offseason stories surrounding the Nationals.
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