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  • Cruz is the right-handed power Seattle needed

    The Sports Xchange By Scott Johnson, The Sports Xchange Cruz is the right-handed power Seattle needed SEATTLE -- For the second time in as many winters, the Seattle Mariners sent a shock wave through baseball with a high-profile move to add a big bat...
  • Ex-Tiger Torii Hunter reportedly looking at four teams

    Torii Hunter isn't coming back to the Detroit Tigers. And he might not return to the American League Central, either. Hunter told Mark Whicker of the Los Angeles News Group on Saturday that he is looking at the Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers,...
  • Former Orioles closer Jim Johnson signs one-year major league deal with Braves

    Former Orioles closer Jim Johnson signs one-year major league deal with Braves
    One year after the Orioles traded Jim Johnson to the Oakland Athletics, the first step in what became a nightmare 12 months for the former closer, he has found a home for 2015. Johnson signed a one-year major league deal with the Atlanta Braves, the...
  • Torii Hunter agrees to one-year deal with Twins

    As Torii Hunter spent recent seasons with playoff-worthy teams in Los Angeles and Detroit, he knew his career would circle back to the Twin Cities. "You talk about true love," Hunter said. "That's the Twins right there." After talking to several teams,...
  • MLB roundup: Markakis headed to Braves

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Markakis headed to Braves Free-agent outfielder Nick Markakis agreed to a four-year deal with the Atlanta Braves, according to multiple reports Wednesday. The 31-year-old former Baltimore Orioles outfielder hit .276 with...
  • On The Fly: Nobody Bigger Than Jean Beliveau In Montreal

    On The Fly: Nobody Bigger Than Jean Beliveau In Montreal
    The Montreal Canadiens say that the body of Jean Beliveau, who died Tuesday, will be on public view at the Belle Centre Sunday and Monday. Beliveau, who won 10 Stanley Cups with Montreal as a player and seven more working in the front office, was 83. No...
  • Report: OF Hunter heading back to Twins

    The Sports Xchange Report: OF Hunter heading back to Twins The Minnesota Twins and Torii Hunter have agreed on a one-year contract worth $10.5 million, according to multiple reports. Hunter broke into the big league with the Twins in 1999. Hunter...
  • Tigers' next pursuit could be lefty reliever

    It was only the middle of November, Dave Dombrowski cautioned. "We're not going to fold up tent at this point," the Detroit Tigers president and general manager said after the team re-signed designated hitter Victor Martinez to a four-year deal on Nov....
  • Talk on Max Scherzer could take time to heat up

    There hasn't been much Max Scherzer talk as of late. And there might not be for a while, maybe not until early in the New Year, given agent Scott Boras' propensity to play the market slowly for a better chance at a big deal. "Boras' negotiations often...
  • White Sox executives say forget 'rebuilding'

    White Sox executives say forget 'rebuilding'
    PHOENIX — White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams would like to put the kibosh on the word "rebuilding" in 2015. As dozens of baseball executives gathered Monday for the first day of the Major League Baseball general managers meetings...
  • Orioles' Dan Duquette named Sporting News Executive of the Year

    Orioles' Dan Duquette named Sporting News Executive of the Year
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette was named the Sporting News Executive of the Year on Monday evening at the general managers' meetings in Phoenix. Duquette built an Orioles team that won 96 games and claimed the American League East...