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The Major League Baseball offseason is in full swing and free agency is going quite a bit smoother than last year. We discuss several big moves and one team that is drastically changing their landscape.
Catcher Wilson Ramos has found a new home with the New York Mets providing them with a big bat and veteran presence behind the plate. If he stays healthy, could the Mets actually be contenders?
Plus, the Cleveland Indians are shedding players. Edwin Encarnacion was traded to the Seattle Mariners while Yonder Alonso was traded to the Chicago White Sox. With a Corey Kluber trade still being rumored, what is Cleveland doing?
Finally, the New York Yankees added to their pitching arsenal signing J.A. Happ. Happ went 7-0 after his trade to the Yankees last year from Toronto. Is New York plugging their rotation holes with the right pieces?
We answer that and more this week on Out of Left Field.
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