The Oakland Athletics avoided arbitration with two of their newest players Friday when they agreed to one-year deals with Miguel Andujar and Abraham Toro. Andujar inked a one-year deal worth $1.7 million while Toro signed on for $1.275 million per a report by the New York Post’s Jon Heyman.
The A’s also non-tendered infielder Kevin Smith and claimed right-hander Michael Kelly off of waivers from the Guardians. They also signed former first round pick Daz Cameron to a minor league deal and invited him to big league spring training.
- Marcus Semien named Heart & Hustle Award winner
- American League and National League non-tenders
- Yoshinobu Yamamoto talks with MLB teams set to start
- Brewers non-tender Brandon Woodruff
- Mariners acquire infielder Luis Urías from Red Sox
- Marlins acquire Vidal Brujan and Calvin Faucher from Rays
- Guardians acquire Scott Barlow from Padres for Enyel De Los Santos
- Rockies acquire Cal Quantrill from Guardians
- Royals add Nick Anderson, Kyle Wright in pair of trades with Braves
- Pete Alonso looking to surpass recent deals for top first basemen
- Eloy Jimenez receiving trade interest
- Giants interested in Matt Chapman
- Mets moving Eric Chávez back to hitting coach role