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  • Reports: Kemp-to-Padres deal back on track

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: updates throughout with new reports Reports: Kemp-to-Padres deal back on track Outfielder Matt Kemp is finally headed to the San Diego Padres. A five-player trade was first reported a week earlier, and the Padres will...
  • A's send Derek Norris to Padres for two pitchers

    OAKLAND, Calif. The Oakland A's offseason remodeling project continued unabated Thursday with the trade of catcher Derek Norris to the San Diego Padres. Norris said he enjoyed his time in Oakland, but said the move down the coast would be a good...
  • Restoring relations with Cuba good for baseball, but time will tell how much

    Restoring relations with Cuba good for baseball, but time will tell how much
    The consensus within baseball circles is that President Barack Obama's decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba only can be a good thing for the sport — although it's too early to tell exactly what changes may occur. "We'll want to see...
  • Oakland Athletics - TeamReport

    MLB Team Report - Oakland Athletics - INSIDE PITCH The Oakland A's can insist they aren't rebuilding, but their offseason actions are telling a different tale. Oakland shipped Derek Norris to the San Diego Padres on Dec. 18, making the catcher the fifth...
  • Royals sign right-hander Kris Medlen to two-year contract worth $8.5 million guaranteed

    In August 2010, Kris Medlen underwent Tommy John surgery and felt the frustration of any player who goes through the year-long recovery period. He worked his way back, first through the Atlanta Braves bullpen and then into the starting rotation, where he...
  • Testosterone-cooking chemist pleads guilty in steroid case linked to baseball stars

    MIAMI A chemist who cooked up testosterone in his Miami-Dade garage that was distributed to pro baseball players such as Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in Miami federal court Thursday. Paulo Berejuk, who was the...
  • Dodgers acquire minor league catcher Shawn Zarraga

    Dodgers acquire minor league catcher Shawn Zarraga
    As the Dodgers waited to learn whether their deal to send to Matt Kemp to the Padres would be completed Thursday, they acquired minor league catcher Shawn Zarraga from the Milwaukee Brewers. The Dodgers received infielder/outfielder Matt Long as the...
  • MLB roundup: Kemp deal up in the air

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Kemp deal up in the air Outfielder Matt Kemp could be headed back to the logjam in Los Angeles after his physical with the San Diego Padres revealed arthritis in both hips. According to multiple reports, Kemp's Tuesday...
  • Angels, Red Sox discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel

    Angels, Red Sox discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel
    Jerry Reinsdorf of the Chicago White Sox opposed last January’s vote by fellow Major League Baseball owners to allow individual teams to reduce or discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel, a group that includes front-office executives...
  • Mariners acquire OF Ruggiano from Cubs

    The Sports Xchange Mariners acquire OF Ruggiano from Cubs Adding outfield depth, the Seattle Mariners acquired veteran Justin Ruggiano on Wednesday in a trade that sent right-handed reliever Matt Brazis to the Chicago Cubs. Ruggiano, 32, hit .281...
  • How will Cuba decision affect baseball?

    How will Cuba decision affect baseball?
    Over the last 50 years, at least five dozen Cuban baseball players have reached the major leagues, with scores more playing in the minors. More may be on the way, but now they might not have to risk their lives to get here. On Wednesday, President...