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Freddie Freeman to join Dodgers, Giants add another starter – live updates

Freddie Freeman to join Dodgers, Giants add another starter – live updates

Major League Baseball’s Opening Day is three weeks away and teams are jockeying to make moves and improve as the shortened spring training gets underway.

Two of the offseason’s biggest transactions happened Wednesday, with 2020 MVP Freddie Freeman joining the Los Angeles Dodgers on a six-year, $162 million deal and 2016 MVP Kris Bryant agreeing to a seven-year, $182 million pact with the Colorado Rockies.

Heading into Thursday, top free agent shortstops Carlos Correa and Trevor Story remained unsigned.

Keep it here all day Thursday – and the rest of the spring – as USA TODAY Sports brings you the latest news and rumors from around baseball.

Freddie Freeman was the 2020 NL MVP.

Cardinals add depth with Corey Dickerson

St. Louis agreed to a one-year deal with Corey Dickerson worth $5 million, adding the veteran to the mix for at-bats against right-handed pitching as an outfielder and designated hitter.

Dickerson, 32, is a career .288 hitter against right-handers and spent 2021 with the…

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