From Wander Franco to a wave of new names to know, here's how baseball's stars of tomorrow stack up today.
Who is rising and falling as the dust settles from a flurry of deals?
— Shohei Ohtani signaled for Juan Lagares to take off from second base on a wild pitch, then the two-way standout just got out of the way when his speedy teammate kept on coming around third.
Major League Baseball will open the 2022 season on March 31 and will try for the fourth time to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968.
How did the wildest, most thrilling flurry of deals we've seen in ages change the fortunes of your favorite team?
— Top prospect Jo Adell drove in three runs and had three hits in his season debut for the Los Angeles Angels, and that wasn’t even what impressed manager Joe Maddon the most.
— Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward and his last-place team are starting to have a little fun, and seem to have already gotten over the sting of trading away their homegrown All-Star slugger, an All-Star starting pitcher and their closer.
The Rangers added DJ Peters to their roster after designating David Dahl for assignment on Monday.
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— With thunder echoing under the retractable roof in the year-old home of the Texas Rangers, Jonah Heim made a pretty good case for lightning striking twice.
— Switch-hitting Jonah Heim hit his second two-run homer of the game in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Texas Rangers a 5-4 win over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.
Newly acquired sluggers Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo are ready to make a playoff push with the New York Yankees.
— Logan Gilbert worked into the sixth inning to win his fifth decision in a row, fellow rookie Jarred Kelenic hit a three-run homer, and the Seattle Mariners beat the rebuilding Texas Rangers 9-5 on Friday night.
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The Phillies traded for starting pitcher Kyle Gibson and closer Ian Kennedy, while sending rookie right-hander Spencer Howard and two other pitching prospects to the Rangers.
The Yankees completed their trade for All-Star Joey Gallo on Thursday, and manager Aaron Boone told reporters that he has already welcomed Joey Gallo to the team.
Who is rising and falling on our list ahead of Friday's 4 p.m. ET trade deadline?
The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired Eduardo Escobar from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Who got the best of this move?
— Madison Bumgarner pitched four-hit ball over seven innings to win for the first time in 2 1/2 months and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Texas Rangers 3-2 on Wednesday night, after both last-place teams scratched their top hitters from the...
The New York Yankees are reportedly acquiring Joey Gallo from the Texas Rangers. Who got the best of this move?