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Snake Bytes: 1/20 - Big Morning for Canada

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While the U.S. may be getting ready to swear in a new President, Canadians are waking up to a pair of new players, including one of the biggest names of this season’s free agent market.

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BA Top-100 Features Five Diamondbacks

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).

Diamondbacks Sign Chris Devenski

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.

Ryan Buchter Joins Diamondbacks

The Diamondbacks also added a potential lefty to their bullpen by inking former Angel, Ryan Buchter, to a minor league contract.

Don Sutton Passes Away at 75

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.

Blue Jays Sign George Springer

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.

Blue Jays Ink Kirby Yates

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.

Angels Land Pitching in Quintana

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.