In the East, major players are joining fast, while in the west, large players are leaving. That's when you look at the major leagues off season until early this month.
The left-hander, Patrick Corbin, who is one of the largest freelancers in the off-season, agreed on a $ 140 million contract with Washington for six years. In addition to Washington contract, Corbin also traveled to Philadelphia and the New York Yankees in the eastern United States.
Earlier, Washington's Eastern League rival, Philadelphia, and the New York Mets have traded big players. The Mets also brought Edwin Dias to Seattle with second baseman Robinson Cano, who won the American League Redeemer of the Year award with 57 saves and 1.96 average ERA this year. Philadelphia has also hired a full-time shortstop player, Jean Segura, from Seattle for the third consecutive year.
The New York Yankees in the eastern American league also left Seattle in trade with left-hander Ace James Paxton. Eastern teams became "buyers" one after another. Western Seattle teams are continuing their journey as 'sellers'. Seattle, in the western region of the American League, has been unqualifiedly becoming a top-ranking player for eastern teams. I sold the finishing touches and ace to the keystroke combination that was good. Rebuilding plans for 2020, and brought large players to the trade, bringing in top-of-the-line prospects, including the Yankees left-hander Justus Sheffield.
West Virginia native Arizona, who did not catch Corbin with a free agent, traded Paul Goldschmidt, the No. 4 hit hitter with an average of 30 homers in the season. Arizona have agreed to trade Gold Schmidt to St. Louis for a three-player, one-draft pick next year. The other western clubs that are likely to become buyers have not had any moves to recruit large players. Houston, who brought in Gary Cole as a trade ahead of the season, handed out two catchers in the postseason.
Even after several big trades, many East teams, including Philadelphia and the Yankees, have not stopped courting big FAs that are still on the market, including Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. But the Los Angeles Dodgers and other big western clubs may soon change the offseason. Dodgers' Magic Johnson has met with Harper following the news that the Dodgers are interested in the Cleveland Ace Corey Cleve deal.