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  • Rick Hahn exploring White Sox's relief options

     Rick Hahn exploring White Sox's relief options
    PHOENIX — The White Sox bullpen failed in a variety of maddening ways throughout the course of the 2014 season, and so it is no surprise general manager Rick Hahn placed relievers near the top of his wish list this week at the general managers...
  • Indians' Corey Kluber wins AL Cy Young; White Sox's Chris Sale finishes third

    White Sox left-hander Chris Sale finished third in the American League Cy Young voting, behind winner and Indians right-hander Corey Kluber and Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez. Sale, 25, finished the season 12-4 with a 2.17 ERA and 208...
  • 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...
  • Thoughts on Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis' contract talks with the Orioles

    Thoughts on Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis' contract talks with the Orioles
    Free agent Nelson Cruz finished seventh in the American League Most Valuable Player voting Thursday night. That seems a little low to me, especially since he led the majors in homers and was the biggest contributor for an Orioles team that won 96 games...
  • Robinson Cano's toe broken by pitch in MLB-Japan game in Tokyo

    Robinson Cano, the Seattle Mariners' All-Star second baseman, will miss the next three to four weeks after breaking the small toe on his right foot when he was hit by a pitch Saturday during an exhibition game in Tokyo. Cano was struck by a pitch thrown...
  • Japan's Takahiro Norimoto, three relievers no-hit MLB All-Stars

    Japan's Takahiro Norimoto, three relievers no-hit MLB All-Stars
    Takahiro Norimoto called it "the best outing of my career" as he pitched five perfect innings and combined with three relief pitchers to no-hit the Major League Baseball All-Stars in a 4-0 victory for Japan on Saturday in Tokyo. The Rakuten Eagles...
  • Marlins lose Olmos to waiver claim, add five to 40-man roster

    Marlins lose Olmos to waiver claim, add five to 40-man roster
    The Miami Marlins ahead of Thursday’s deadline added five players to the 40-man roster. Those minor leaguers now are ineligible for next month’s Rule 5 Draft. The Marlins protected catcher Austin Barnes, left-handers Adam Conley and Justin...
  • Baseball: Former Birmingham pitcher Edgar Olmos picked up by Mariners

    Edgar Olmos, a 24-year-old former Birmingham High pitcher, has been added to the 40-man roster of the Seattle Mariners after being claimed off waivers from the Miami Marlins. The left-handed reliever spent last year in Double-A and Triple-A ball. He...
  • Jim Presley won't be Orioles' hitting coach in 2015; club starts interviews

    For the first time since he took over the Orioles in August 2010, manager Buck Showalter's coaching staff was expected to be set through a winter. Every coach had a contract and no one was leaving for another job. But that has changed, and Showalter...
  • 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...
  • Orioles need to improve, not just get healthier, in 2015

    Orioles need to improve, not just get healthier, in 2015
    It's going to be fairly easy for the Orioles front office to rationalize its inability — or unwillingness — to re-sign Nelson Cruz, the 2014 Most Valuable Oriole. But it's going to be hard to make the case that the Orioles aren't going to...