There were so many transactions yesterday that we couldn't keep up.
-Jacoby Ellsbury is a Yankee, getting a contract as ridiculous as we all expected.
-Dexter Fowler has been dealt to the Astros for a bag of magic beans.
-Joe Nathan got two years from the Tigers.
-The Rays made a total Rays move, acquiring Heath Bell *and* Ryan Hanigan in a three-team trade.
-Oakland picked up the very underrated Craig Gentry.
-AJ Pierzynski joined the Red Sox.
Then on Monday, Jim Johnson joined the A's, Doug Fister was shockingly traded to the Nationals, Dioner Navarro became a Blue Jay, and Scott Kazmir joined the party in Oakland as well.
In column world, Garrett looked at the best non-tendered players, and Ian attempted to rationalize the Fister trade.
And to think: we didn't even get to all of the transactions. Today, we'll break down the Seth Smith-Luke Gregerson swap between the A's and Rockies, Jarrod Saltalamacchia's signing with the Marlins, Justin Morneau's contract in Colorado, and the Phillies' acquisition of Brad Lincoln, along with whatever else might happen today.
Enjoy your extremely busy offseason, everyone.