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1 hr ago | NJ.com
The flurry of Yankees maneuvers last week left Red Sox manager John Farrell with a pair of conflicting thoughts: He may have lost the leadoff hitter from his World Series club, but he also saw one of the best players in baseball exit his division.
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5 hrs ago | Camden Chat
The Orioles continue to act interested in free agents during baseball's winter meetings.
10 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Roy Halladay throws against the Seattle Mariners during first inning AL baseball game action in Toronto September 25, 2009.Halladay is retiring as a Toronto Blue Jay.The Blue Jays announced Monday they've signed the veteran pitcher to a deal that will allow the right-hander to retire in Toronto colours.
12 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
That formula carried the longtime Atlanta Braves manager to one of the most successful managing careers in major league history.
14 hrs ago | Call to the Pen
In the latest in a League-wide series, we will look at one reliever who outperformed expectations and one who failed to live up to them, along with some honorable mentions.
14 hrs ago | Call to the Pen
The American League East has been a central point of the discussion for the Major League Baseball offseason to this point.
15 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Three legendary managers who combined for 7,558 wins and eight World Series championships are entering the Hall of Fame together.
The Blue Jays' search for starting pitching is set to continue when the annual Winter Meetings officially open at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort on Monday morning.
Sep 4, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay delivers to the plate during the first inning against the Washington Nationals at Citizens Bank Park.
The Yankees are going to need more than Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury to retake the American League East, MLB analyst Aaron Boone said.
Red Sox DH David Ortiz called star second baseman Robinson Cano's signing with the Mariners "great news for us" and a blow to the AL East rival Yankees.
That's not Cano, but it should be. He's off to the left or west of Rivera, if you will.
When Robinson Cano's deal was announced, rumors started flying about all the pieces the Mariners could be in the market to sign.
The Tampa Bay Rays are already making big splashes this offseason. Of course everyone is interested in what happens with David Price in the next few weeks as this trade seems to be warming up.
On the same frenzied Friday that the Seattle Mariners reeled in free agent superstar Robinson Cano with a $240 million contract and several other teams made major free agent acquisitions, the Orioles signed an unheralded middle reliever, surrendered outfielder Nate McLouth and pitcher Scott Feldman without a fight and began informing season ticket ... (more)
Among the best parts of the last two baseball seasons in Baltimore has been the absence of griping about Peter Angelos.
Aug 31, 2013; Bronx, NY, USA; Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Scott Feldman reacts after inducing a double play to get out of the fifth inning during a game against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium.