Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto was hospitalized for blood clots in his lungs, but that wouldn't stop him from brokering a three-way trade with the Cleveland Indians and the Tampa Bay Rays.
There's a whole lot more to like about Morales than a lot of fans were open to hearing back in November or December when Encarnacion remained unsigned.
Spring Training is just six weeks away—and we're starting to get a sense of which teams will be competing in 2017.
We look at potential targets the Blue Jays should explore this offseason in the event they lose their two free-agent sluggers.
Everyone from fans to teammates wants to see the two sluggers return to Toronto. But both figure to have plenty of suitors as they hit free agency.
Josh Donaldson is playing better than his MVP season last year and is still somehow flying under the radar.
Edwin Encarnacion hit his third home run of the day in Toronto and fans celebrated like it was a hat trick.
Jose Bautista has accumulated 10-and-5 rights, and Edwin Encarnacion is close. That means the two stars can veto trades to any team. But it's clear the Blue Jays are moving the duo anywhere.