Diamondbacks signed UTIL Anthony Seratelli to a minor league contract.
Seratelli batted just .183/.329/.233 in 74 plate appearances this year for the Seibu Lions of the Japanese Pacific League, but he can play all around the diamond defensively. The 32-year-old will probably be stationed at Triple-A Reno when the 2016 season begins.
Cardinals signed RHP Deck McGuire to a minor league contract.
McGuire registered a 3.69 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, and 119/36 K/BB ratio in 136 2/3 innings this year between Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City -- affiliates of the Dodgers. He probably won't see any action for a Cardinals team that is stocked with high quality arms.
Pirates signed RHP Curtis Partch to a minor league contract.
Partch posted a decent 3.53 ERA and 81/26 K/BB ratio in 63 2/3 innings this summer for the Triple-A affiliate of the Giants. He'll act as relief depth now for Pittsburgh.
Dodgers re-signed RHP Matt West to a minor league contract.
West made two scoreless relief appearances this summer for the Dodgers. He spent the majority of the season between Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City. Consider the 27-year-old organizational bullpen depth.
Jee-ho Yoo of the Yonhap News reports that Dae-ho Lee of South Korea will meet with major league teams in early December.
No huge surprise here. Lee indicated that he was interested in a major league deal in early November. While he's on the older side of things at 33, he owned a .282/.368/.524 triple-slash with 31 home runs while playing for the Fukuoka SoftBak Hawks last season. Montis--his agency--said that "multiple teams" in the majors are showing interest in the veteran slugger. Because Lee's a free agent, he'll be able to forego the laborious posting process. Expect more to surface in regards to potential suitors when he makes his visits in December.