Cincinnati Reds opened up their wallet on Monday and signed Mike Moustakas to a four-year contract worth $64 million. A native of Los Angeles, California, Moustakas will be joining his third Major League Baseball team. He has previously played seven and a half seasons with the Kansas City Royals and a season and a half with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Texas Rangers acquired three positional players on Wednesday. They signed third baseman Todd Frazier of Toms River, New Jersey to a one year contract worth $5 million from the New York Mets. The Rangers also brought back catcher Robinson Chirinos of Punto Fijo, Venezuela and signed him to a one year contract worth $6.75 million from the Houston Astros and acquired outfielder Sam Travis of Chicago, Illinois in a trade with the Boston Red Sox.