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  • Trades for hitters could highlight baseball's winter meetings

    Trades for hitters could highlight baseball's winter meetings
    Baseball's annual rumor fest is upon us. The winter meetings start Monday in San Diego, and what traditionally deteriorates into a week of overblown analysis of overblown hype might actually amount to something big. One reason: teams looking for offense...
  • Stove heating up at MLB Winter Meetings

    SAN DIEGO — Dave Dombrowski was enjoying a relaxing moment in the lobby of the Machester Grand Hyatt on Sunday. However, the Detroit Tigers president and general manager knows there probably won't be many of those between Monday and Thursday...
  • Orioles' Steve Lombardozzi, Pat McCoy outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk

    Orioles' Steve Lombardozzi, Pat McCoy outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk
    The Orioles announced Monday that three players have been removed from their 40-man roster, leaving them at 37 during the first official day of the winter meetings. Left­-hander Scott Barnes, who was acquired by the Orioles last month from the Cleveland...
  • White Sox claim catcher Rob Brantly off waivers

    White Sox claim catcher Rob Brantly off waivers
    SAN DIEGO -- The Chicago White Sox claimed catcher Rob Brantly off waivers from the Miami Marlins on Monday, the opening day of the winter meetings.  The move gave the Sox five catchers on their 40-man roster. Sox general manager Rick Hahn said he...
  • White Sox rotation suddenly a whole lot stronger

    White Sox rotation suddenly a whole lot stronger
    SAN DIEGO — The White Sox made a statement at the winter meetings with the acquisition of Jeff Samardzija and the deal with free agent closer David Robertson, showing they're ready again to play meaningful games in September. This apparently is...
  • Riddell's diamond gems sold

    Riddell's diamond gems sold
    When discussing his preference for baseball equipment over baseball cards, noted sports memorabilia collector Bill Riddell was fond of saying: "You can't swing a card." Similarly, the late beloved teacher and coach at TeWinkle Middle School in Costa...
  • Vegas loves Cubs after Jon Lester signing

    Vegas loves Cubs after Jon Lester signing
    ESPN.com reports: After entering the offseason at 40-1 odds to win the 2015 World Series, the Cubs were listed at 12-1 after the signing Wednesday of pitcher Jon Lester by the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas. The Cubs' odds had improved to 18-1 after the...
  • Pitching deals mean White Sox mean business: The future is now

    Pitching deals mean White Sox mean business: The future is now
    No better way for the White Sox to mark the 10-year anniversary of winning the World Series than celebrating another one in 2015. Admittedly, that sounds outrageous to suggest for a team 16 games below .500 last year, but it accurately depicts the...
  • No Way Around It, Red Sox Blew It With Jon Lester

    As news spread overnight that Jon Lester had spurned Red Sox ownership in favor of the boy genius who once had escaped its employ dressed in a gorilla suit, another slightly less audacious scene began to spread across the Internet. We're talking about...
  • Max Scherzer's agent laughs off idea Dodgers, Angels can't afford ace

    Max Scherzer's agent laughs off idea Dodgers, Angels can't afford ace
    The Dodgers could use a starting pitcher. The Angels really could use a starting pitcher. The Dodgers would like to cut back on their payroll. The Angels would like to stay beneath the luxury-tax threshold. And Scott Boras – the agent for the...
  • Dodgers' new front office shows creativity with exciting moves

    Dodgers' new front office shows creativity with exciting moves
    The last general manager to win a World Series in Southern California was Bill Stoneman, the architect of the 2002 Angels. Stoneman was a Plan A guy. When he talked to another general manager, Stoneman had a pretty firm idea of what he wanted to do....