A number of MLB free agents have finally found a home this offseason, but there are still plenty of intriguing players still out there.
Hernandez left Monday's game against the Cubs after being struck in the pitching arm by a line drive, though he avoided serious injury.
The Royals got a much-needed power bat in Lucas Duda after losing Eric Hosmer to the Padres.
Gurriel developed into the Astros' every-day first baseman last season.
Nearly a third of those who were free agents in November are still without a team, but they're in Florida training.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman isn't opposed to the Seahawks quarterback getting the opportunity to play and take a couple swings.
The 24-year-old Sano could be subject to a suspension under MLB's domestic violence policy.
After not playing in 2017, Tim Lincecum looks to have a shot to make the Rangers' roster.
Honeywell will miss the 2018 season as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.