Monday Dec 9
Winter Confidential with La Velle E. Neal III
We're back for another year, and the winter meetings already are in full swing with rumors flying around the lobby of the Dolphin Hotel, where the masses gather most of the time.
Monday Dec 9
Twins Free Agent Rumors: John Buck
In allowing A.J. Pierzynski to go to the Red Sox on the one-year, $8.25 million dollar salary, and by allowing Jarrod Saltalamacchia go to the Marlins on a three-year, $21 million dollar salary, the Twins made their thoughts on Josmil Pinto quite clear: he is the starting catcher for 2014.
Minnesota Twins: As it stands, Pinto is 2014 starting catcher
Now that A.J. Pierzynski has chosen to sign with the Boston Red Sox, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia appears headed to the Miami Marlins, the Twins won't be spending big on a catcher this winter.
Miami Marlins free agent target: Jarrod Saltalamacchia
The Miami Marlins have their fingerprints all over free agent catcher and south Florida native Jarrod Saltalamacchia.
Dioner Navarro signing: Marlins free agent catching options dwindle
The Miami Marlins' most intriguing catching option disappeared yesterday when the Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent Dioner Navarro.
MLB trade rumors: Red Sox running out of catching options
RED SOX: After losing out on Brian McCann and Carlos Ruiz, finding a catcher to team with 36-year-old David Ross remains on Boston's to-do list.
What Baseball Media Is Saying About The Carlos Ruiz Contract
There were reportedly three other teams bidding for Ruiz's services, including the Rockies and Red Sox.
Marlins Way: Juan Uribe Wants Three-Year Contract
October 16, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Juan Uribe throws to first in the seventh inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in game five of the National League Championship Series baseball game at Dodger Stadium.
This Day In Marlins History: John Buck signed in 2010
On this day in team history, the Marlins signed free agent catcher John Buck to a three-year, $18 million dollar deal.
Fish Bites: Miami Marlins looking for runs, not necessarily power
After an inconsistent offense struggled to score in 2012, the Marlins are looking to add hitters who can help drive in runs, not necessarily power hitter.
Today in Bluebird Banter History: The Big Trade
The "Do you approve of this trade?" poll came out 88% yes, 4% no and 8% unsure .
Marlins Way: Jose Fernandez to Have Innings Limit Next Year?
Fresh off of his Rookie of the Year award win and a finalist for tonight's Cy Young Award, the discussion has already started surrounding Jose Fernandez 's potential innings restriction next season.