Jose Reyes and the Miami Marlins have agreed on a six-year, $106 million deal, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. His arrival means Hanley Ramirez will move to third base for the Marlins, who will begin play in a new ballpark next spring with a new look and a new cast.
If rumors of the team's continued interest in Albert Pujols are true, things could get really interesting in Little Havana very soon. For now, though, they will have to content themselves with fielding arguably the best left side of the infield anywhere in baseball. Speaking of which, without making any assumptions about free-agent landing spots, here are power rankings of all 30 teams' infield situations at the open of the winter meetings.