Roberto Osuna will close for the Houston Astros in the right-hander's first full season with the team.
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The way free agency is going, the rush to sign early-bird contract extensions could become the norm. But at what cost?
Looking for some of the game's brightest up-and-coming stars? You're at the right place.
At a position with rising offensive production, who joins Jose Altuve near the top of our list?
These under-the-radar players could open some eyes during spring training and make some noise in the majors before the year is out.
The Astros' Alex Bregman is back at it again, trying to stir up a rivalry with the Red Sox by saying there's no team he wants to beat more.
Gerrit Cole (Astros), Trevor Bauer (Indians) and Alex Wood (Reds) all won their arbitration cases Wednesday, giving players a 6-3 lead in decisions this year.
Justin Verlander leads a chorus of former MVPs who are saying the absence of clear free-agent markets for Bryce Harper and Manny Machado is not good for the game.
All-Star pitcher Gerrit Cole has gone to arbitration with the Houston Astros, asking for $13.5 million rather than the team's offer of $11,425,000.
From big names with something to prove to young stars to get to know, here's what you'll want to keep an eye on during spring training.
Which of the decade's brightest stars will be remembered for outshining all rivals at the plate, on the mound or in the field?
The Astros have managed to keep their talent pipeline strong, with the Angels, A's, Mariners and Rangers struggling to hang with them.
We're still waiting for this winter's big free agents to sign, but that didn't stop us from predicting which uniforms they'll be wearing in the Midsummer Classic. Who else makes our star-studded squads?
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, who made $1 million last year, won his arbitration case and will make $5 million in 2019. He hit .239 with 15 home runs and 65 RBIs in 2018.
Veteran left-hander Francisco Liriano has agreed to a minor league contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the team announced on Monday.
Reliever Chris Devenski and the Houston Astros agreed to a one-year contract worth $1,525,000, thus avoiding salary arbitration.
The Padres have top prospect Fernando Tatis Jr., but how much young talent is behind him? And how does your team's prospect pool rate?
Signs point to a bounce-back season in Houston, and let's face it: Carlos Correa & Co. don't have far to climb to get back on top.
Vlad Jr. is the headlining act, but he's far from the only rising star to watch in the majors this season.
Wade Miley has signed a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Houston Astros that includes $500,000 in performance bonuses, the team announced.
From washed-up stars to guys who've never lived up to their paychecks and one slugger who is out of baseball, we examine MLB's biggest money mistakes.