The Rays saw an opportunity they couldn't pass up, so on Monday night they traded second baseman Logan Forsythe to the Dodgers for highly touted right-handed pitching prospect Jose De Leon.
The Mariners have announced they will hold a news conference on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. PT at Safeco Field that will include team president Kevin Mather and hitting coach Edgar Martinez, though the reason for the gathering was not disclosed.
The Dodgers acquired Tampa Bay's Logan Forsythe on Monday to fill their hole at second base in a deal that sent right-handed pitching prospect Jose De Leon in the Rays.
The A's finalized a one-year, $5.25 million deal with free-agent infielder Trevor Plouffe last week and they plan to install him at the hot corner on an everyday basis.
Daniel Norris has become as legendary for his offseason travels as he has for his on-field potential. This offseason, he tried something a little different.
The Dodgers landed their second baseman on Monday, trading for Logan Forsythe of the Rays. The price was pitching prospect Jose De Leon.