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Phillies, Jake Arrieta Agree To Multi-Year Deal

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Free agency has finally ended for pitches Jake Arrieta who agreed to a multi-year deal with the Phildelphia Phillies, according to NBC Sports Philadelphia.

Arrieta, 32, lingered on the free agent market for far longer than expected but has finally found a deal, and a team, that fits.

Arrieta compiled a 2.28 ERA following the All-Star break to provide the Chicago Cubs with a strong performance down the stretch.

Arrieta’s career 3.08 postseason ERA is also a major selling point for the rebuilding Phillies who may lean on Arrieta even more if they are able to turn things around and push for the playoffs within the next few seasons.

 

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Cardinals Re-Sign Adam Wainwright

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The St. Louis Cardinals have re-signed veteran right hander Adam Wainwright, according to an official team announcement.

Wainwright’s new deal is for one-year, but the value of the deal is not currently known.

Wainwright, 38, pitched to the tune of a 4.19 ERA last season.

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Nationals Interested In Josh Donaldson

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The World Series Champion Washington Nationals are looking to improve their championship roster this offseason and have a certain slugger in mind as they gear up for the winter.

According to MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand, the Nationals are one of six teams showing early interest in free agent Josh Donaldson.

Along with the Nationals, the Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, and Atlanta Braves are all interested in the veteran third baseman.

Donaldson posted a slash line of .259/.379/.521 with 37 home runs last season for the Braves.

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Mets’ Zack Wheeler Drawing Interest from Multiple Teams

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New York Mets’ free agent hurler Zack Wheeler is drawing interest from multiple teams, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman.

Additionally, the Mets are interested in a potential multi-year agreement with Wheeler, but it is unclear where the two sides are in that process.

Wheelers has a few days to accept or reject his $17.8 million qualifying offer from the Mets, but hit is extremely unlikely he does.

Wheeler, 29, had been shopped ahead of the 2019 trade deadline, and is expected to draw interest from a number of teams in free agency this winter.

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