5 hrs ago
Williams: Nats have areas to improve
Nationals manager Matt Williams has been on the job for over a month, and already he seems comfortable in his new surroundings.
9 hrs ago
MLB Trade Rumors: Latest on Cole Hamels, Mark Trumbo and More Buzz
Major League Baseball's winter meetings are always a hotbed of activity. After a long season and a little rest, front offices around the league are looking forward to next season and trying to determine the best course of action to bolster their rosters for 2014.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Journal News
Mets' Curtis Granderson meets the media
Without hitting a home run or making a running catch, Curtis Granderson was already trying to win over a skeptical fan base on Tuesday.
Best Potential Trade Packages and Landing Spots for Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels
The Phillies are adding Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels to the mix of top starters available this winter.
Fredi Gonzalez: Upton, Uggla can bounce back
Despite running away with the NL East by winning 96 games, the Atlanta Braves were not without issues in the 2013 season.
The Morning Call
Phillies listening to trade offers
A source with direct knowledge of the situations told The Sports Xchange on Tuesday morning that the Phillies are willing to listen to offers for their top two starting pitchers -- left-handers Cole Hamels and Cliff Lee -- along with closer Jonathan Papelbon and right fielder Domonic Brown , who was selected to the All-Star Game this year.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Phils aim to help Daulton, others in SU2C auction
He served as the undisputed leader of the 1993 Phillies, that boisterous bunch that improbably won the National League pennant following a last-place finish in the NL East a year earlier.
Wren: Braves likely focused on filling support roles
"I don't see, necessarily, a front-line move," Wren said. "I see more support moves, where you are adding a bench bat that can give you power off the bench.
Northern Michigan News
Saltalamacchia happy to join hometown Marlins
Miami went on a spending spree after the 2011 season and added All-Stars Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle and Heath Bell.
Breaking Down Roy Halladay's Hall of Fame Case
Major League Baseball's winter meetings are a time for rumors, free-agent contracts, trades, Hall of Fame announcements and ground-breaking baseball news.
Cox, La Russa and Torre get Hall of Fame call
Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa were all unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday under the Expansion Era Ballot.
Morning Chop: Atlanta Braves News 12/9
The latest name to add to the list of southpaws the Nationals have expressed interest in, a person familiar with the situation said, is Eric O'Flaherty, a dominant Braves reliever coming off elbow reconstruction surgery.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Daily News Leader
Shoring up their bench, bullpen
The temptation for change must have existed for Mike Rizzo. After the Washington Nationals sputtered through last season, grand expectations always well out of reach, the thought of an overhaul surely crossed the mind of the team's president of baseball operations.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Why not win in 2014?
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Teddy Never Wins
Who Will Be Better In The Long Term?
Last years National League rookie cast was one of the strongest in baseball history.
Calendar: A Guide to Capital Cold-Weather Survival
A quartet of deliciousness is teaming up on Monday to feed not just D.C.'s discriminating palates, but the needy as well.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Washington Nationals - TeamReport
MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH Bolstering an already strong starting staff, the Washington Nationals acquired right-hander Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers on Dec. 2. The Nationals sent infielder Steve Lombardozzi, left-handed pitcher Ian Krol and minor league lefty Robbie Ray to the Tigers.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Miami Marlins - TeamReport
Saltalamacchia was a solid performer in helping Boston get to the World Series this year, batting a career-high .273 with 14 homers and 65 RBIs in 121 regular-season games.
Nationals sign Nate McLouth to two-year deal
A short while ago, Ken Rosenthal reported that the Washington Nationals have signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a two-year, $10.75 million deal with a $6.5 million club option for 2016.
Patient Braves eyeing rotation help, bench depth
As many of his peers were involved in the hectic flurry of trades and free-agent signings completed this week, Braves general manager Frank Wren remained patient and focused on locating the pieces that could strengthen his club's bid to win a second straight National League East title.