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  • Cruz agrees to 4-year deal with Mariners

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates with team annoucement Cruz agrees to 4-year deal with Mariners Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has signed a four-year contract with the the Seattle Mariners, the team announced Tuesday. Terms...
  • MLB roundup: Mariners sign Cruz for four years

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Mariners sign Cruz for four years Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has signed a four-year contract with the Seattle Mariners, the team announced Thursday. Terms of the deal were not announced, but...
  • Twilight zone: Sports icons who changed teams late in their careers

    After 21 seasons and three Stanley Cups in New Jersey, Martin Brodeur will make a comeback as a member of the St. Louis Blues. He's not the first Hall of Famer to have a long career with one team and then don the colors of another in the twilight of his...
  • Cruz should beef up Mariners' DH position

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Seattle Mariners - INSIDE PITCH After getting little production from the designated hitter spot in 2014, the Seattle Mariners jumped into the free agent market to fill the hole. Nelson Cruz and the Mariners agreed...
  • Steve Ballmer's Clippers purchase: Don't write off tax-break potential

    Steve Ballmer's Clippers purchase: Don't write off tax-break potential
    Baseball fans remember Bill Veeck mostly for his bizarre stunts. The maverick team owner once signed a player with dwarfism, then sent the 3-foot-7 batter to the plate to draw a walk. Another time, he let the crowd hold up placards to dictate in-...
  • MLB roundup: Cruz, Mariners agree on four-year deal

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Cruz, Mariners agree on four-year deal Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has agreed to a four-year, $57 million deal with the Seattle Mariners, ESPN.com reported Monday. The contract reportedly...
  • Report: Cruz agrees to 4-year deal with Mariners

    The Sports Xchange Report: Cruz agrees to 4-year deal with Mariners Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has agreed to a four-year, $57 million deal with the Seattle Mariners, ESPN.com reported Monday. The contract reportedly includes a...
  • White Sox sign lefty reliever Zach Duke

    The White Sox acquired the first new piece of their much-needed bullpen renovation Tuesday when they announced the signing of left-handed pitcher Zach Duke, a 10-year major league veteran who has experienced a rebirth since his transition from starter...
  • Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense

    Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense
    When J.J. Hardy won his third consecutive American League Gold Glove Award earlier this month, he became only the second Orioles shortstop to win at least that many in a row. Mark Belanger won eight Gold Gloves in his career with the Orioles,...
  • 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...
  • Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City

    Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City
    The last few offseasons the Phillies have wavered back and forth on whether they should rebuild or retool. Every year the answer was retool — until this year that is. Now that Philadelphia's front office has finally come to the realization...