Baseball players on the move this offseason
The market was slow to open up, but baseball's hot stove season is now in full swing. See which notable players have changed teams this offseason, either in free agency or via trade.
Note: Some contract details taken from various reports.
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Mike Napoli( Max Faulkner, MCT / October 5, 2012 )
Boston first agreed to terms with the former Texas catcher/first baseman for $39 million over three years. But after a physical turned up an issue with his hip, the teams re-negotiated. He has now agreed to a one-year deal worth $5 million, according to reports.