Matt Kemp Trade Rumors: Assembling Perfect Trade Packages for Mariners, Tigers
This year's winter meetings in Orlando, Fla., wrap up on Thursday, and while there have been a handful of big trades to this point, perhaps the biggest bat on the market still remains available in Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp .
Ranking the 6 Biggest Steals of the MLB Offseason so Far
Thus far, the offseason has been highlighted by contracts in excess of $150 million to Jacoby Ellsbury and $240 million to Robinson Cano, but it's the smaller, less talked about moves that could pay major dividends in 2014.
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Tigers sign All-Star closer to a two-year deal
The Detroit Tigers, who saved nearly $80 million in their recent deals, utilized some of their newfound cash Tuesday by reaching a tentative agreement with free-agent closer Joe Nathan on a two-year contract, a person directly involved with the negotiations told USA TODAY Sports.
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Will the St. Louis Cardinals' Bet on Peter Bourjos Pay Off?
The St. Louis Cardinals' decision to acquire Peter Bourjos is a gamble that the speedster will be able to stay healthy long enough for his tools to make him a productive big-league regular.
MLB Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Star Players
The MLB offseason has only been going on for a few weeks, but it's already been quite a busy one in 2013, as rumors about a number of big players continue to come up.
ESPN: Detroit Tigers a 'possible' trade fit with Angels, Howie Kendrick
If the Detroit Tigers want a scouting report of Howie Kendrick, they can ask Torii Hunter.
MLB trade rumors: Are Tigers interested in Cano?
ROBINSON CANO: There's nothing quite like a public negotiation in New York, and that is what is happening with the top free agent on the market right now.
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Tigers rumors: Joe Nathan being recruited by Torii Hunter
Free agent closer Joe Nathan , who has said the Detroit Tigers were high on his wish list , was interviewed by Casey Stern Jim Bowden on MLB Network Radio.
Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera named Al MVP for second consecutive season
Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera has been named the American League Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season.