Corbin Carroll leads all Diamondbacks on the list, coming in at #42. Also on the list are Daulton Varsho (67), Geraldo Perdomo (75), Kristian Robinson (93), and Alek Thomas (94).
The Diamondbacks have inked 30-year-old right-handed reliever, Chris Devenski to a minor league contract. The former Astros reliever underwent arthroscopic elbow surgery in September, but is expected to be ready once baseball starts.
The Diamondbacks also added a potential lefty to their bullpen by inking former Angel, Ryan Buchter, to a minor league contract.
The Hall of Fame pitcher was one of the most durable in baseball history, making 756 big league starts in his career without a trip to the IL. Of his victories, 58 were shutouts, five were one-hitters and 10 were two-hitters.
The Toronto Blue Jays finally got their man. George Springer is headed to Toronto, where he will play for the Blue Jays on a 6-year/$150 million contract.
The Blue Jays also bolstered their bullpen by signing reliever, Kirby Yates to a one-year deal. Yates is expected to make $5.5 million as a base salary and can earn an additional $4.5 million through incentives.
He isn’t Gerrit Cole or Trevor Bauer, but the Los Angeles Angels have finally landed themselves a pitching improvement by signing left-hander, Jose Quintana, to a 1-year/$8 million deal.