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Cubs sign relief pitcher Jim Henderson to a minor league deal. Draft order set and winter league…
01.21 / 18:34
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Right-hander Jose Taveras makes his debut on the Philly Baseball Insider list of the Top 50 Phillies Prospects. The young pitcher put up strong numbers with Lakewood, especially once he escaped the…
01.21 / 16:07
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There is little if any controversy to be had about the caps this year’s inductees will wear on their Hall of Fame plaques, but in case there was any doubt at all, it was put to rest this afternoon at the Hall of Fame press conference: Tim Raines will wear a Montreal Expos cap and…
01.20 / 05:24
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The Marlins bolstered their rotation by dealing with the Reds, the Orioles brought back the AL home run champ on a three-year deal, and more moves from…
01.20 / 05:12
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Mark Trumbo and the Orioles are reportedly close to an agreement on a three-year…
01.20 / 02:57
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Major League Baseball's reigning home run champion has a new contract, and it's not the most expensive contract signed this winter. Not even close. Mark Trumbo, he of the league-leading 47 home runs in 2016, agreed to return to the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports was first with the details of his new deal: And that's all there is to it. According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, there's no opt-out in Trumbo's contract. He'll be an Oriole for three more…
01.20 / 01:31
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Outfielder Mark Trumbo reportedly agreed to re-sign with the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday, according to Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun. Encina noted the team had a three-year agreement in place, pending a physical. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports confirmed the report.  According to Jon Heyman of FanRag, the three-year deal is for $37.5 million. Trumbo, 31, had a career year for the Orioles in 2016, hitting .256 with 47 home runs—the most in the major leagues—and…
01.20 / 00:20
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Free-agent closer Neftali Feliz is on the move once again as he's signed with the Milwaukee Brewers, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports on Thursday. SB Nation's Chris Cotillo confirmed Passan's reports and added that it is a one-year deal worth $5.35 million. Feliz has been no stranger to free agency lately. He was granted free agency from the Texas Rangers in July of 2015 and was signed by the Detroit Tigers, only to hit the market once again after that season. It was then…
01.19 / 18:09
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Are you looking to move to the Dallas area? Do you need a home with an excessive amount of bathrooms... Read More…
01.19 / 15:06
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Curt Schilling was not elected to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday. First basemen Jeff Bagwell, catcher... Read More…
01.19 / 02:51
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NEW YORK (AP) " Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez were elected to baseball's Hall of Fame on Wednesday, earning the honor as Trevor Hoffman and Vladimir Guerrero fell just short.Steroids-tainted stars Barry Bonds and…
01.19 / 01:42
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The Cleveland Indians have signed outfielder Brandon Guyer to a two-year…
01.18 / 22:34
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The Los Angeles Angels have rewarded outfielder Kole Calhoun after the best season of his career with a new contract extension.  The Angels officially announced Calhoun's extension as a three-year deal with a team option for 2020.  More to follow.Read more MLB news on…
01.18 / 20:43
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Willie McCovey likely is glad Barack Obama will remain in office until Thursday. President Obama commuted the sentences of over... Read More…
01.18 / 17:02
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There's a light at the end of the tunnel, baseball fans. Pitchers and catchers are set to begin reporting to spring training in less than a month, as we come down the homestretch of another long and eventful MLB offseason. With that said, it's time for an updated look at how all 30 teams stack up around the league. This will be the second time we've updated our power rankings since the conclusion of the regular season, with the first coming on Dec. 8 just after the winter…
01.18 / 15:13
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You’d think an incredibly polarizing U.S. presidential election would put the National Baseball Hall of Fame voting process into perspective... Read More &…
01.18 / 15:12
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A savior is on its way to Gotham—and we're not talking about Captain America or the Dark Knight. Spring Training will soon arrive to save New York sports fans from what has been a frustrating, hair-pulling winter of discontent, filled with underperforming teams and contenders with more holes than the Swiss cheese on a Reuben sandwich from the dearly departed Carnegie Deli. Pitchers and catchers are set to descend upon Port St. Lucie, Florida, in just a few weeks as the New York…
01.18 / 12:45
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The Los Angeles Dodgers need a second baseman. You know this. They know this. Your great-aunt Meredith who doesn't follow baseball knows this. Yet as I type these words, Enrique Hernandez and his .190/.283/.324 2016 slash line sit atop L.A.'s second base depth chart. For a team with the game's gaudiest payroll and legitimate World Series aspirations, that's a bad look. Let's assume the Dodgers brass is working hard to address the club's keystone deficiency and examine some other…
01.18 / 11:31
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