Mariners designated John Hicks for assignment.
The Mariners sign one catcher in Iannetta and designate another for assignment, that being John Hicks. In 32 at-bats during his rookie season in 2015, he had just two hits. Is that bad? Yeah, that's what we call bad. Hicks can only hope to be claimed and if he becomes a free agent, to be signed. Analysis: James Grande
Mariners signed C Chris Iannetta to a one-year deal.
The 10-year pro has found a new home in Seattle. He's coming off a season where he hit a putrid .188 and threw out only 25-percent of base-stealers while the league average was 32-percent. Iannetta does possess some power as he's hit 100 home-runs over his career. He will most likely be in a platoon role but can manage to start consecutive days as he's done throughout his entire career. Analysis: James Grande
Shelby Miller is reportedly drawing interest from the Dodgers and Giants.
Several teams have reportedly kicked the tires on the 25-year-old righty this off-season following his very good campaign in 2015. Atlanta is in desperate need of young controllable position players following a bunch of trades that have empty the reserves to get pitching. San Francisco seems to be the top candidate to land Miller in exchange for a proven young infielder. Analysis: Matt Selz
The Tigers are unlikely to re-sign free agent Rajai Davis.
The acquisition of Cameron Maybin and the desire to give Tyler Collins a shot at the left field job will likely hold the Tiger back from making any sort of an effort to bring back the veteran speedster. Davis struggled last year with a few minor injuries but was fairly disappointing even when healthy. He batted just .258 over 370 plate appearances and with just 18 steals, broke a six-year run of no fewer than 20 SB in a year. There should be some iunterest in him around the league, but at 35 years old, it seems unlikely that anyone is going to offer him anything more than a two or three-year deal. Analysis: Howard Bender