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Right-hander Zack Wheeler is leaving the Mets to join their NL East rival Phillies on a five-year deal worth $118 million, sources told ESPN.
Kris Bryant to Cincy? Anthony Rendon on the Rangers? We dream up a major hot stove splash for every squad.
The Phillies are seen by sources as the most potent bidders for free-agent right-hander Zack Wheeler, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney, with the Reds, White Sox and Rangers also involved.
Teams looking to avoid arbitration added a few veterans to the free-agent pool, but some exploited Monday's moves to shore up their rosters.
The Philadelphia Phillies have non-tendered third baseman Maikel Franco and second baseman Cesar Hernandez, half of their starting infield from Opening Day last season.
Joe Dillon has been hired as hitting coach for the Philadelphia Phillies under new manager Joe Girardi.
If you could have one thing you really wanted for your favorite team, what would you be willing to give up?
The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday that they've hired Gabe Kapler as their new manager. Kapler replaces Bruce Bochy, who retired after the season.
If the champs can't hold on to their stars, what is their Plan B? Who else in the division will go all-in?
Sorry, Detroit: Your team follows in the footsteps of other recent biggest losers. Where did every other club fall?
The Phillies have declined club options on left-hander Jason Vargas and right-handers Jared Hughes and Pat Neshek.
Rockies star Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove Award on Sunday, moving him into sole possession of fourth place among third basemen. The Diamondbacks had four Gold Glove winners on their team this season.
Jake Arrieta, who went 8-8 with a 4.64 ERA this past season, has exercised a $20 million player option and will return to the Phillies for the 2020 season.
The Phillies have hired former Reds manager Bryan Price as their pitching coach.
After a stunning World Series title, Washington faces some uncertainty this offseason. Will the Nats be No. 1 again or will the Astros or Dodgers take their place?
Justin Verlander has never won a World Series start, and Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to give his thoughts on how Verlander will fare tonight, if he expects to see Max Scherzer in Game 6 or in a potential Game 7, the need for an electronic strike zone and much more (7:45). Plus, "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (24:43) and ESPN Radio's Chris Singleton previews tonight's game (30:57).
Joe Girardi was introduced as the 55th manager of the Phillies on Monday, and he said it "means a lot" that the fans are behind him.
Umpire Joe West has sued Paul Lo Duca for defamation after the former catcher alleged Billy Wagner got three straight strikeout calls from West in 2006 or 2007 because Wagner let West drive his 1957 Chevy.
With the Astros collapsing both on and off the field, Buster and Keith Law discuss Houston's underwhelming performance so far and the organization's lack-luster response to the incident involving assistant GM Brandon Taubman (39:59). But before that, "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (25:00) and Jessica Mendoza on the World Series and some new manager hires (11:10). Plus, Buster's interviews with Max Scherzer (30:45) and George Springer (56:40) and an excerpt from today's ESPN Daily podcast on the Astros' front office situation (35:45).