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New manager Bryan Price has the difficult task of replacing center fielder Shin-Soo Choo at the top of the Cincinnati Reds' lineup.
David Price still was being dangled on the trade market by the Tampa Bay Rays. Shin-Soo Choo and Nelson Cruz could be signed for a large pile of cash.
David Cooper, 26, originally signed by Cleveland Aug. 13, appeared in 13 games between Tribe's rookie Arizona League club and Triple-A Columbus Cooper, 26, was originally signed by Cleveland on August 13 and appeared in 13 games between the Tribe's rookie Arizona League club and Triple-A Columbus to finish out the 2013 campaign.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into the Anderson LRT station Saturday night, as part of a special concert to raise awareness for local food bank programs.
An earthquake shook Major League Baseball last week with nearly $700 million being doled out to free agents over a five-day span.
A year after retiring from baseball, former Tiger Magglio Ordonez has been elected as the mayor of a city in his native Venezuela.
Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were among the candidates considered Sunday by the Hall of Fame's expansion era committee.
The New York Yankees announced on Saturday they have signed former Red Sox outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year, $153 million deal.
While the question has been posed to Reds manager Bryan Price and general manager Walt Jocketty many times, there's no questions for Aroldis Chapman about his role.
SANTA ANA, Calif._A flurry of big-name, big-money moves over the past week have taken some of the star power out of baseball's annual winter meetings, which begin Monday in Orlando, Fla.
It's easy to wonder whether the winter meetings, which begin Monday and run through Thursday at Disney's Swan and Dolphin resort, could feel like the disappointing days after Christmas for much of the baseball industry.
If you're one of many hoping the Athletics stay in Oakland, you're probably feeling like hearing some Etta James right now.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but Yahoo! Sports earlier this week reported the pact to be worth $9.5 million.
Peguero hit .200 in 45 at-bats with the San Francisco Giants in the past two seasons, but is a .306 career hitter in the minors and had been considered one of the Giants better prospects over the years.
Cleveland was one of baseball's most surprising teams last season, winning 92 games and wrapping up a wild-card spot on the final day.