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Author: Carson Babbini

Worst Free Agency Signings-AL West

With the season finally back and underway, fans will no doubt be looking with optimism or skepticism at the free agent signings their respective teams have made. With that in mind, this series will take an in-depth look at free agent signings that made fans pinch themselves, hoping it was a dream. These moves will be selected for each team in a division. For the first installment, let’s take a look at the worst moves for the teams in the AL West. Houston Astros The Pick: Jim Clancy Signed during the offseason that saw the Houston Astros in panic...

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Jayson Werth Signs Minor League Deal With the Seattle Mariners

After coming up short with the Washington Nationals to win another ring, Jayson Werth will continue his quest for a second championship with the Seattle Mariners as it was announced today that he signed a minor league deal with the club. Jayson Werth agrees to minor-league deal with Mariners, per @RyanDivish — Bleacher Report MLB (@BR_MLB) March 27, 2018 Werth’s Career Profile Drafted in the first round of the 1997 draft by the Baltimore Orioles, Werth would not play a game for the organization. Before the 2002 season, Werth was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange...

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Miguel Sano Acquitted Of Assault

On the same day that Boston Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright‘s suspension was announced, the league has ruled on another assault case as MLB announced yesterday that Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano will face no action after concluding the investigation into his alleged assault due to inconsistent testimonies from the witnesses interviewed. The Twins and Sano have released a statement since the ruling was announced. Sources: #MNTwins’ Miguel Sano, investigated by MLB after being accused of sexual assault, will NOT be suspended by the league. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) March 23, 2018 #MNTwins statement on Miguel Sanó:

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Jorge Polanco Suspended 80 Games For PED Use

Another suspension has hit MLB, this time for the Minnesota Twins. Young shortstop Jorge Polanco was suspended by the league earlier this week for PED use. Per MLB policy, Polanco will be suspended for 80 games. The team has confirmed the suspension and Polanco has since issued a statement. Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance, MLB announces. — Rhett Bollinger (@RhettBollinger) March 18, 2018 #MNTwins statement regarding suspension of Jorge Polanco: — Minnesota Twins (@Twins) March 18, 2018 Jorge Polanco has issued a statement:

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