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1 hr ago | KELO-TV Sioux Falls
The Minnesota Twins have signed former Yankees right-hander Phil Hughes to a $24 million, three-year contract.
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3 hrs ago | NWCN.com
Utility player Willie Bloomquist officially signed a $5.8 million, two-year contract with the Seattle Mariners on Thursday, bringing him back to the team he started his major league career with.
4 hrs ago | WEAU-TV Eau Claire
The Brewers have traded outfielder Norichika Aoki to the Kansas City Royals, a move that likely means Ryan Braun will move from left to right field in 2014.
4 hrs ago | Boston.com
The Kansas City Royals have acquired outfielder Norichika Aoki from Milwaukee to be their leadoff hitter, which also means the Brewers are poised to shift Ryan Braun to right field.
8 hrs ago | Sporting News
The Colorado Rockies already have their replacement for Dexter Fowler, who patrolled center field at cavernous center field for the last six seasons: Gold Glove left fielder Carlos Gonzalez.
13 hrs ago | Seattle Times
While rumors continue to build and swirl about the Seattle Mariners' growing interest in free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, general manager Jack Zduriencik would do nothing to supplement them.
If those independent league road trips weren't humbling enough for Scott Kazmir, starting over from square one with his delivery and mechanics sure did the trick.
Joe Nathan expects to fit in just fine in Detroit - and now the Tigers don't have to face the closer who has dominated them more than perhaps any other in baseball.
The team announced Wednesday that the six-time American League All-Star agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million contract, opting to come back for another season rather than retire or sign elsewhere.
On the same day the Boston Red Sox filled his former position, free agent catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia agreed to a three-year, $21 million deal to join the Miami Marlins.
Matt Kemp could be on it. So could Andre Ethier, Carl Crawford, or Yasiel Puig, depending on how they're playing and who's pitching for the other team.
Add in a pair of trades by Oakland, a three-team deal involving Arizona, Cincinnati and Tampa Bay, plus two other swaps Tuesday, and baseball's business season has started to boil a week before the winter meetings.
A center fielder helps the Boston Red Sox win the World Series, then joins the team's archrival, the New York Yankees, as a free agent.
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Gregerson will join a bullpen with new closer Jim Johnson, acquired from Baltimore on Monday night.
The Minnesota Twins, and general manager Terry Ryan, have always been hesitant to dive too deeply into the free agent pool in search of answers to the team's problems.
Centerfielder Dexter Fowler, one of the Rockies' most popular players, was traded Tuesday to Houston for two unproven players, right-handed pitcher Jordan Lyles and outfielder Brandon Barnes, and a player to be named later.