As free agency continues, many of the higher-profile free agents [VIDEO] such as J. D. Martinez, Eric Hosmer, Jake Arrieta, and Yu Darvish remain unsigned. It still has been an interesting past few days with the Pittsburgh Pirates trading Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants and Gerrit Cole to the Houston Astros, and saw two well-known veterans and an excellent reliever agree to new deals.

Here are the Free Agents that agreed to new deals from January 11-15.

To see the free-agent signings from January 1-10, click here [VIDEO].

Curtis Granderson - Toronto Blue Jays

Granderson will be a member of the Blue Jays in 2018 after agreeing on a one-year, $5 million deal.

Turning 37 on March 16, the outfielder played in 147 games with the Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers last season. In 527 plate appearances, he hit for a .212 average with 26 home runs, 24 doubles, six stolen bases, 64 RBIs, and 74 runs.

The left-handed hitting Granderson has played 14 years with the Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, Mets, and Dodgers. He has played in 1,796 career games and has 7,540 plate appearances. During his MLB tenure, he owns a .252 average with 319 homers, 307 doubles, 92 triples, 151 stolen bases, 865 RBIs, and 1,113 runs.

Howie Kendrick - Washington Nationals

The 34-year-old Kendrick will remain with the Nationals after re-signing for two years, $7 million. The right-hander played in 91 games and had 334 plate appearances with the Philadelphia Phillies and Nationals in 2017.

He ended the year batting .315 with nine home runs, 16 doubles, 12 stolen bases, 41 RBIs, and 40 runs.

Kendrick has taken part in 12 MLB seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, Dodgers, Phillies, and Nationals. In a career of 1,435 games and 5,791 plate appearances, he has a .291 average with 104 home runs, 313 doubles, 37 triples, 123 stolen bases, 636 RBIs, and 703 runs.

Adrian Gonzalez - New York Mets

After being traded from the Dodgers to the Atlanta Braves last month, Gonzalez was released by the team. The Mets have swooped him up and are only obligated to pay him $545,000 in 2018 (Atlanta will have to pay him a little less than $17 million). The 35-year-old first baseman appeared in 71 games last season for the Dodgers. In 252 plate appearances, he batted .242 with three home runs, 17 doubles, 30 RBIs, and 14 runs.

The left-hander is a 14-year major league veteran with the Texas Rangers, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, and Dodgers. In 1,875 career games and 7,859 plate appearances, Gonzalez has a .288 batting average with 311 home runs, 432 doubles, 1,176 RBIs, and 982 runs.

Addison Reed - Minnesota Twins

The right-handed throwing Reed will be joining the Twins after agreeing on a two-year pact for $16.75 million. Playing for the New York Mets and Red Sox in 2017, he appeared in 77 games out of the bullpen and totaled 76.0 innings. He finished with a 2-3 record, 2.84 ERA, 76 strikeouts, a 1.05 WHIP, and 19 saves.

The 29-year-old Reed has pitched in seven MLB seasons with the White Sox, Arizona Diamondbacks, Mets, and Red Sox. He has a career 18-21 record with a 3.40 ERA in 410 games (zero starts). He has struck out 425 hitters in 402.2 innings, has 125 saves, and owns a career 1.16 WHIP.

Miguel Gonzalez - Chicago White Sox

After being traded to the Rangers last year on August 31, Gonzalez is coming back to the White Sox on a one-year deal worth $4.75 million. The 33-year old made 27 starts with the two teams last season and went 8-13 with a 4.62 ERA. He struck out 100 hitters in 156.0 innings and finished with a 1.42 WHIP.

The right-hander has pitched six seasons in the majors with the Baltimore Orioles, White Sox, and Rangers. In 152 career outings (145 starts), Gonzalez owns a 52-54 record, 3.95 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, and 612 strikeouts in 871.1 innings.