Tuesday was one of the busiest days of the Major League Baseball offseason. The Hall of Fame voting results were announced; catcher J.T. Realmuto inked a new, record-breaking contract with the Philadelphia Phillies; and Marcus Semien joined up with the Toronto Blue Jays, who just added George Springer last week.
Those weren’t the only moves to go down on Tuesday, either. Below, you’ll find a recap of the day’s other signings.
Simmons signs with Minnesota
Andrelton Simmons has played in an eastern division and he’s played in a western division. This upcoming season, he’ll play in a central, having joined the Minnesota Twins on a one-year deal worth $10.5 million, per ESPN’s Jeff Passan.