MLB 2022-23 free agency tracker


The 2022-23 MLB hot stove is heating up. Which teams will go all-in for a 2023 World Series push? Where will top free agents such as Aaron Judge, Trea Turner, Jacob deGrom and Carlos Correa sign? Who will make the trades that has everyone buzzing this offseason?

Below is a running list of notable transactions and updates from throughout the MLB offseason.

Key links: All transactions | Free agency grades

Top 50 free agents | Passan’s offseason preview

Key MLB offseason dates

Nov. 18: Non-tender deadline

Dec. 5-8: Winter meetings in San Diego

Dec. 7: Rule 5 draft

Jan. 13: Deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to submit salary figures

Jan. 30: Arbitration hearings begin

Feb. 24: 2023 spring training games begin

Notable MLB offseason transactions

Grades for every big signing and trade

Nov. 17

Mariners and Diamondbacks swap position players

The Seattle Mariners and Arizona Diamondbacks are in agreement on a trade that will send outfielder Kyle Lewis to Arizona and outfielder/catcher Cooper Hummel to Seattle, sources familiar with the situation tell ESPN.

Nov. 16

Padres bring back Martinez

Pitcher Nick Martinez has returned to the San Diego Padres with a new three-year contract, a source confirmed to ESPN. Story »

Mariners acquire All-Star Hernandez from Blue Jays

Outfielder Teoscar Hernandez has been traded to the Seattle Mariners from the Toronto Blue Jays, sources familiar with the deal tell ESPN. Story »

Nov. 15

Rizzo returning to Yankees on a multiyear deal

First baseman Anthony Rizzo is returning to New York on a deal worth $17 million per season with a $6 million buyout for a 2025 option, sources tell ESPN. Story »

Anderson turns down Dodgers to join Angels

Starting pitcher Tyler Anderson is headed to the Angels on a three-year deal and expected to be in the $39 million range, sources tell ESPN. Anderson turned down a qualifying offer from the Dodgers so the Angels will lose their second-round 2023 MLB draft pick while Dodgers get a pick after the fourth round.

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