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5 More Moves The Washington Nationals Could Make This Offseason
This past week, Mike Rizzo and the Washington Nationals were very active in their offseason plans.
Sweeny: Are The Yankees Better Than 2013 After Signings?
On Thursday, Brian McCann was officially introduced and actually became the first member of the Yankee organization to acknowledge Jacoby Ellsbury was a Yankee now too.
Free Agent Forecast-Relievers
One hole the Yankees have yet to fill is their bullpen, which has lost Mariano Rivera and Boone ogan.
Washington Nationals Should Focus On Boone Logan and J.P. Howell
The Washington Nationals took care of the opening in their starting staff by acquiring 6-foot-8 starter Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Where Will the Yankees Spend Robinson Cano's Money If He Signs Elsewhere?
If Robinson Cano walks away, the Yankees still would have enticing options. Like Shin-Soo Choo.
Source: ablogforarod.blogspot.com --- Saturday, November 16, 2013The early bullpen talk has revolved around late-inning guys and potential closer options.
Yankees and Javier Lopez have "mutual interest"
Javier Lopez has been linked to several contending teams looking for left-handed bullpen help and the latest is the Yankees, with Andy McCullough of the Newark Star Ledger reporting that the two sides have "mutual interest."
Matt Daley Could be Vital Cog in New York Yankees' Bullpen in 2014
The New York Yankees ' bullpen is undergoing a massive transition. Mariano Rivera is retired.
New York Yankees: Who Will be the Left-Hander Out of the Bullpen in 2014?
With all of the holes on the New York Yankees ' roster one area that has been overlooked in the early going of the offseason is the role of the left-handed relief specialist.
The Washington Post
Looking to bolster bench, bullpen
Video: Post Sports Live's Jonathan Forsythe talks with Nationals beat writer Adam Kilgore about the team's new manager, Matt Williams, and what his goals are for the 2014 season.
New York Daily News
Cash's only choice may be Dave to save Yanks
Brian Cashman might not be ready to anoint Dave Robertson as his new closer, but unless the Yankees scrap their $189 million plan, he might be the only logical choice.
The Washington Post
Nats interested in Logan
The first day of the General Managers and owners meetings are wrapping up now. The GMs didn't do any of the meeting today - it was actually assistant general managers holed up in conference rooms.