Updates on All the Biggest Masahiro Tanaka Offseason Fallout

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Updates on All the Biggest Masahiro Tanaka Offseason Fallout
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So the story was supposed to go like this: Masahiro Tanaka would pick a team, the floodgates that had brought the offseason to a halt would open and the best players still available would fly off the shelves.

Apparently, the baseball gods ordered a script re-write and forgot to tell us mere mortals.

Since Tanaka chose the New York Yankees as his new team on Jan. 22, only one free agent of note, right-handed starter Matt Garza, has found work, signing a four-year, $50 million deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, a team that wasn't even in the Tanaka sweepstakes.

Let's take a look at the latest updates for the teams that were in the running for Tanaka's services, and the free agents that were supposed to be set free once he signed.

 

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