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  • Jeff Samardzija absolves Jay Cutler of too much blame

     Jeff Samardzija absolves Jay Cutler of too much blame
    Jay Cutler may not rank high in any popularity polls these days, but White Sox pitcher Jeff Samardzija said Cutler doesn't deserve all the blame for the nightmarish Bears' season. When the former Notre Dame wideout was asked after Tuesday's news...
  • White Sox spending spree done with eye toward sustained success

    White Sox spending spree done with eye toward sustained success
    The question on everyone's minds while watching the White Sox spend so freely this offseason is this: Why is Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf suddenly busting the budget? Ken Williams' memorable line on Sox spending — "you can't spend a dollar if you only...
  • Melky Cabrera's reported deal: $42 million from White Sox over 3 years

    Melky Cabrera's reported deal: $42 million from White Sox over 3 years
    White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said last month he didn't feel the need to make a splash this winter. But with the signing of outfielder Melky Cabrera reportedly becoming official Monday, it looks like Hahn did a cannonball from the high dive....
  • Report: White Sox sign Melky Cabrera

    Report: White Sox sign Melky Cabrera
    The White Sox signed free-agent outfielder Melky Cabrera to a three-year contract “in the $45 million range,” WSCR-AM 670 reported late Saturday. The deal was pending a physical, the report said. Center fielder Adam Eaton sent a message to...
  • Why doesn't Cutler have to apologize?

    Why doesn't Cutler have to apologize?
    First, a quick note of thanks, again, to Sports Illustrated. If you believe in the SI jinx, and Lord knows you should, they just screwed us. They put Jon Lester on the cover before he pitched even one inning for the Cubs. I want to say the last time...
  • Nick Markakis agrees to four-year deal with Braves

    Nick Markakis agrees to four-year deal with Braves
    Days after the Orioles' memorable 2014 season ended in the American League Championship Series, it seemed a foregone conclusion the club would be able to retain its longest-tenured player. As weeks went by without a deal, optimism dissipated, and once...
  • 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...
  • Winter Meetings Day 1: More on Dan Duquette, catching depth and filling outfield holes

    Winter Meetings Day 1: More on Dan Duquette, catching depth and filling outfield holes
    Baseball's annual winter meetings officially begin today in San Diego. The lobby of the Manchester Grand Hyatt will be filled with reporters, agents and club executives. There might have been some awkward moments Sunday night as the Orioles club brass...
  • Orioles continue to seek outfield help during winter meetings Tuesday

    Orioles continue to seek outfield help during winter meetings Tuesday
    The Orioles began to narrow their focus Tuesday at Major League Baseball's winter meetings in order to fill the outfield void left by the departures of Nelson Cruz and Nick Markakis. Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said the club...
  • Offense remains priority for Cubs

    The Cubs’ pursuit of impact starting pitchers like Jon Lester is understandable, especially given the fact that ace Jake Arrieta never has pitched at least 200 innings and the rotation’s 927 innings were the second fewest in the National...