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  • White Sox GM Rick Hahn still 'kicking the tires' on small moves

    White Sox GM Rick Hahn still 'kicking the tires' on small moves
    In the mind of White Sox general manager Rick Hahn, there is always one more roster move to make. That doesn’t mean the Sox will make one before they hit spring training in 17 days. There are still unsigned players on the market – most...
  • Dodgers' pursuit of Cuban phenom Yoan Moncada will be telling

    Dodgers' pursuit of Cuban phenom Yoan Moncada will be telling
    Are they being sneaky little devils? Lying hidden in the woods, ready to pounce unexpectedly? Just when everyone has exhaled and got all relaxed, set to SHOCK THE WORLD! OK, possibly a slight exaggeration. It’s not like the Dodgers haven’t...
  • It's time for the Dodgers to go after James Shields

    It's time for the Dodgers to go after James Shields
    Hmmm, are things getting interesting enough for the Dodgers to take a serious run at right-hander James Shields? Certainly looks like it. In which case, they absolutely should. Shields never appealed to me as the great ace he was being marketed as...
  • Angels make acquisitions with eyes on the future

    Angels make acquisitions with eyes on the future
    Jerry Dipoto has heard the criticism of the Angels, that they're getting old, that they're suffocating under the weight of their massive, long-term contracts, that they better win a championship soon, or else. "That's been the public commentary, the...
  • Dodgers make signing of Brett Anderson official

    Dodgers make signing of Brett Anderson official
    The Dodgers could afford Max Scherzer or James Shields. No one is claiming otherwise. They will pay $88 million in salary next season to six starting pitchers — one of whom, Dan Haren, will pitch for another team. They will pay $30 million to...
  • Report: Padres talked to Phillies about Cole Hamels trade

    Report: Padres talked to Phillies about Cole Hamels trade
    The Padres have had discussions about trading for San Diego native Cole Hamels with new outfielder Wil Myers as potential bait, according to a baseball source. The Padres have been baseball's busiest team since the Winter Meetings ended in San Diego...
  • 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....
  • Andrew Friedman is shaking up those 94-win Dodgers

    Andrew Friedman is shaking up those 94-win Dodgers
    Look at all those moving pieces. Excuse me, those reportedly moving pieces. Are you keeping up? Staying on top of this doesn’t figure to be easy, because despite Wednesday’s apparent flurry of Dodgers’ activity at the winter meetings,...
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Attempt To Shore Up Pitching Staff

    On The Fly: Red Sox Attempt To Shore Up Pitching Staff
    Once the Red Sox lost out on Jon Lester, which was no great surprise, they moved quickly to fill their rotation, adding lefthander Wade Miley (Arizona) and righthander Rick Porcello (Detroit) in trades, then reaching an agreement with free agent...
  • After busy Winter Meetings, more deals left to be made

    After busy Winter Meetings, more deals left to be made
    SAN DIEGO — Baseball's Winter Meetings invariably consist of a lot of talk and little action. Not this year, though, as the four-day gathering that concluded Thursday at the Manchester Grand Hyatt included 19 transactions that involved 44 players....
  • There were plenty of winners and losers at baseball's winter meetings

    There were plenty of winners and losers at baseball's winter meetings
    In Ned Colletti's first winter as Dodgers general manager, he made three trades, a perfectly reasonable volume. In Andrew Friedman's first winter in charge, he dominated the winter meetings by making four trades within 24 hours. There was the midnight...