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13 hrs ago | Bucs Dugout
This might be the juiciest piece of journalism about baseball I've read all year.
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23 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
Hey, Hoynsie: I'm looking at the Joe Smith signing with the Angels and seeing a deal that would have made good sense for the Tribe.
Yesterday | Let's Go Tribe
The Cubs will be doing some serious listening on starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija during the next week, unsure that they will be able to sign him to a longterm extension , and knowing that if they're not going to trade him, he'll bring back a far better return while still under team control for two years.
Yesterday | Cleveland Indians
The cost of free agents continues to rise and the list of available players continues to shrink.
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The Astros have signed Scott Feldman to a 3-year deal, and the pool of affordable starting pitchers is just about empty.
A month ago I mentioned that Let's Go Tribe was looking to add some new writers to the staff, to keep those of us already on board form burning out like Kerry Wood and Mark Prior after too long under the thumb of Dusty Baker, and to bring our readers a wider variety of voices.
This is not a massive trade, and it's not likely to have huge implications for either team, but I do feel pretty confident Kansas City got the better end of it, and I'm surprised Milwaukee couldn't find a better return for a very solid player.
I thought some of you might enjoy this Stanford Professional Development seminar which uses a baseball example to explain Decision Theory.
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Scott Kazmir delivers against the New York Mets in the first inning of a baseball game Friday, Sept.
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In the last few weeks the Tigers have saved themselves $76 million by trading Prince Fielder for Ian Kinsler , and another ~$17 million by trading Doug Fister for a mediocre return from Washington, and now it appears that we know what they intend to do with that extra money.
The Indians headed into the offseason with two holes to fill in their starting rotation.
On Tuesday, Cleveland announced that Lonnie Soloff has been promoted to the role of senior director of medical services after working as the Tribe's head athletic trainer for the past 10 seasons.
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