Indians president Mark Shapiro indicated Sunday that the team would consider signing Corey Kluber to a long-term contract extension.
Glen Perkins (forearm, elbow) believes that he is fully recovered from the forearm strain and nerve irritation that ended his season prematurely, and he'll be ready to go for the start of spring training.
Orioles and INF Ryan Flaherty avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.075 million contract.
Jered Weaver focused on bulking up over the winter in an effort to be stronger and have the ability to consistently pitch deeper into games in 2015.
Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the Brewers are considering bringing back free agent closer Francisco Rodriguez.
Mariners re-signed OF Endy Chavez to a minor league contract.
Alex Meyer has admitted to being open to the idea of pitching out of the bullpen if it's in the best interest of the Twins.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels took the time during Fan Fest on Saturday to shoot down the rumors of Josh Hamilton returning to the Rangers.
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin reiterated Sunday that the team is not looking to add a starting pitcher after dealing Yovani Gallardo to the Rangers this week.
Tyler Thornburg (elbow) has already begun throwing bullpen sessions.
Jim Henderson (shoulder) began throwing off a mound last week.
Taijuan Walker will compete with Roenis Elias and Erasmo Ramirez for the fifth spot in the Mariners' rotation.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich said Saturday that Boone Logan (elbow) is completely healthy.
Reds manager Bryan Price said that Anthony DeSclafani is "certainly one of the favorites to make our rotation."
A source told Teri Thompson, Bill Madden and Michael O'Keefe of the New York Daily News that Alex Rodriguez is "noticeably thinner and 'massless' than in previous years."