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8 hrs ago | WLBT-TV Jackson
With the winter meetings off to a slow start, Curtis Granderson injected some playfully provocative words into New York's baseball rivalry.
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The Mets have made some headlines this offseason - good ones, to the delight of fans - spending just over $87 million on three players.
Out of baseball in 2010 because of injuries, the 2005 AL Cy Young Award winner revived his career with the New York Yankees and Oakland over the past three years.
There is no mistaking that distinct, stentorian baritone. John Sterling, the play-by-play radio voice of the New York Yankees, has a rare set of pipes that practically need no microphone.
As the winter meetings come to a close, a lot of big bats have already been signed to huge contracts this offseason.
Many have pegged the New York Yankees' prolific activity this offseason as a reaction to their poor 2013 showing.
Major League Baseball's annual winter meetings have come and gone with very little movement from the top players or teams, though that doesn't mean the event was a waste of time.
Obviously, the Tigers have made enormous changes to the bullpen this year. First, there was the Fister Trade that moved Smyly back into the rotation.
It's mid-December in New England, snow is on the ground and, after a flurry of moves in the week leading up to baseball's Winter Meetings, the hot stove couldn't be cooler.
Just as Wednesday's Ervin Santana rumors didn't make much sense for the Detroit Tigers , this supposedly discussed deal with the Yankees doesn't either.
Fantasy baseball owners can catch up on the key offseason trades and free-agent signings right here.
The Winter Meetings concluded Thursday with more talk than action on the hot stove, as Roy Halladay's retirement from baseball on Monday still wound up as one of the top stories of the week.
"A lot of the people I've met in New York have always said, 'True New Yorkers are Mets fans,'" Curtis Granderson said during his press conference on Tuesday.
The New York Mets got Curtis Granderson, and the New York Yankees got Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, and Carlos Beltran.
The Seattle Mariners shook up baseball's free-agent market, reaching a rich deal with Robinson Cano on a day when Carlos Beltran, Curtis Granderson and other familiar names found new homes.