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While the winter meetings brought some buzz, baseball's commissioner is trying to manage changes on the horizon for his sport.

 

Boston didn't make much noise at the winter meetings, but its new baseball boss has established a new culture and mindset.

 

Now that Cole, Strasburg and Rendon are $814 million richer, where does that leave their new teams and the rest of MLB?

 

One club needs a third baseman. The other needs pitching help and controllable players. Could a deal happen?

 

Spending $245 million on the star third baseman might be the biggest move L.A. makes, but it won't be the last.

 

Free-agent third baseman Anthony Rendon has agreed to a seven-year, $245 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.

 

Free-agent third baseman Anthony Rendon has agreed to a contract with the Los Angeles Angels, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.

 

After two aces earned a combined $569 million in a two-day span, we look at the most lucrative pitching paydays in MLB history.

 

Bringing a title back to the Bronx just got that much more likely, but a nine-year deal buys risks as well as rewards.

 

The Yankees now have baseball's best pitcher and the Astros (and 28 other teams) do not. It was worth the $324 million gamble.

 

Prized free-agent pitcher Gerrit Cole and the New York Yankees have agreed to a record nine-year, $324 million contract, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.

 

Philly banks on a bounce back, San Francisco places upside bets and watch out for an Angels club making room on the payroll.

 
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