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Apr 29, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti before the game against the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium.
Today starts the 112th Baseball Winter meetings in Orlando, Florida at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
When that happened, a trade for Matt Kemp immediately stood out as an intriguing response.
Red Sox manager John Farrell and general manager Ben Cherington look to improve the team's chances in 2014.
Dan Duquette and the Warehouse brain trust enter the Winter Meetings with a number of glaring holes to fill in the Orioles currently composed roster.
In a hotel corridor Monday, outside a media workroom that will be home for the next three days at baseball's winter meetings, Bill Madden of the New York Daily News stopped to ask if the Tigers were done with their heavy offseason business.
The Winter Meetings are under way! That means that extravagant trade rumors are swirling around like a category 5 tornado of the Los Angeles Times , the Dodgers have reached out to Tampa Bay regarding a possible trade scenario for their ace pitcher David Price .
Baseball's winter meetings provide opportunities for teams like the Seattle Mariners to make big changes and spend lots of money on brand-new superstars.
The Mariners arrived at baseball's winter meetings Sunday sporting aglow from their still-unofficial signing of the game's top free agent, second baseman Robinson Cano.
When you look at the current needs of the Yankees it is obvious that they have holes to fill.
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.
With many in baseball either en route to Orlando or planning to leave Sunday for the Winter Meetings, Saturday was a predictably slow news day -- not that anyone is likely complaining after the whirlwind that took place in the Hot Stove League this past week.
When Robinson Cano's deal was announced, rumors started flying about all the pieces the Mariners could be in the market to sign.
Robinson Cano won't be a Mariner after all, not that anyone truly believed the star second baseman was going to sign there despite a non-stop stream of updates on Thursday that Seattle was willing to pay him in the neighborhood of $225 million .
While we wait for the details of Cano's contract to pour in, this is the first specific we've seen, as a source tells ESPN's Jim Bowden that Cano has received a no-trade clause in his 10 year, $240 million deal.