In a usual offseason, the reunion between the Phillies and pitcher Aaron Nola might have qualified as the first domino of deals. Nola returned to the Phillies on a seven-year, $172 million contract, the first marker placed in a free-agent market loaded with other pitchers. A flurry of activity might have followed.
But this is not the usual offseason, not with Shohei Ohtani on the . . .
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March 1, 2024