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  • Marlins seeking tangible upgrades in trade talks

    Marlins seeking tangible upgrades in trade talks
    The Miami Marlins were busy talking but deals were elusive on the first day of the baseball Winter Meetings. The only net result was the subtraction of former starting catcher Rob Brantly, who was claimed on waivers by the Chicago White Sox. The...
  • Zack Greinke's contract could affect Dodgers' pursuit of free-agent pitcher

    Zack Greinke's contract could affect Dodgers' pursuit of free-agent pitcher
    As the first day of baseball's winter meetings came to a close Monday night, Jon Lester was believed to be close to deciding where he'll pitch next season. At first glance, the Dodgers looked like one of his most logical destinations. The Dodgers are in...
  • 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...
  • Angels president says luxury tax threshold 'not a line in the sand'

    Angels president says luxury tax threshold 'not a line in the sand'
    It has been widely reported owner Arte Moreno is extremely reluctant to exceed the $189-million luxury tax threshold for 2015, and that Moreno's stance is preventing the Angels from pursuing expensive free-agent aces such as Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and ...
  • Ervin Santana would be icing on Cubs' cake

    SAN DIEGO -- What’s next for the Cubs after the Jon Lester signing? More pitching, perhaps. The Cubs aren’t done looking for starting pitching, despite signing Lester and Jason Hammel at the winter meetings. After I congratulated a top...
  • 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...
  • Orioles' winning ways mean losing the 'out-opportunity' game

    Orioles' winning ways mean losing the 'out-opportunity' game
    When the Pittsburgh Pirates designated left-handed-hitting first baseman Ike Davis for assignment Thursday, I immediately began receiving inquiries as to whether I thought the Orioles would be interested in Davis. This isn’t a new phenomenon....
  • As baseball's Hot Stove League burns, are Dodgers fiddling around?

    As baseball's Hot Stove League burns, are Dodgers fiddling around?
    The Boston Red Sox got Hanley Ramirez, and Pablo Sandoval too. The Dodgers got Juan Nicasio. He is a pitcher, given away by the Colorado Rockies, the team most desperate for pitching in all of baseball. It was that kind of Monday in Los Angeles, on...
  • Could Red Sox now be the best fit for Cole Hamels?

    Could Red Sox now be the best fit for Cole Hamels?
    With the Boston Red Sox signing free agents Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez this week, they've helped turn the heat up on the MLB Hot Stove. The Red Sox are hoping the two signings will solidify the left side of their infield but they are still left...
  • Adam LaRoche fills big hole in the White Sox lineup and in the clubhouse

    Adam LaRoche fills big hole in the White Sox lineup and in the clubhouse
    When the White Sox traded Adam Dunn to the A's last August, nobody worried about missing Dunn's strikeouts or his Mendoza Line batting average. Nobody wondered how the Sox would survive without Dunn, despite his knack for occasionally hitting the ball...