12/11/2013 | Tigers' outlook remains the same despite changes
For a first-place club, the Tigers have undergone some significant changes. They will be different in 2014, but that doesn't mean they'll stop being winners.
12/11/2013 | Infielder Ramirez has surgery on left thumb
Indians infielder Jose Ramirez underwent a left-thumb ligament reconstruction on Wednesday and is expected to be sidelined for at least two months.
12/11/2013 | Rangers can afford to play market with patience
Shin-Soo Choo would provide another big boost. But the Rangers don't necessarily have to sign him at any cost. They don't have to make another "big move" just for the sake of making a big move.
12/11/2013 | Francona talks to Masterson about speculation
Indians starter Justin Masterson is not going anywhere this winter. Cleveland manager Terry Francona wanted to make sure the pitcher understood that, considering the trade rumors that have swirled over the past few days.
12/11/2013 | No done deals, but Phils active at Winter Meetings
Other than dismissing or downplaying rumors involving Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee, Domonic Brown and Jonathan Papelbon, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has had little to say at the Winter Meetings. He offered a small nugget Wednesday afternoon. "We've got stuff going on," Amaro said.
12/11/2013 | Mariners make waves on Day 3 of Meetings
The Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., does not have a Starbucks, but on Wednesday, otherwise known as Day 3 of Major League Baseball's 2013 Winter Meetings, there was still plenty of Seattle to discuss.
12/11/2013 | Orioles open to contract extension for Hardy
The O's are considering an extension for J.J. Hardy, who is signed through 2014. "J.J. has had a couple of really good years for the team," Dan Duquette said on Wednesday, "and I think the interest is mutual between he and the Orioles and extending that relationship."
12/10/2013 | Aspiring coaches use Meetings to network
Among the hundreds of people bustling at the Winter Meetings are a host of former players hoping to get back to the big leagues, this time as coaches, scouts or members of the media. Some, you've heard of. Most, you haven't.
12/10/2013 | Melvin likes how A's roster reshaped quickly
Bob Melvin exited Day 2 of the Winter Meetings as one of few managers already equipped with a set roster for 2014. Moving forward, expect little offseason buzz from the A's.
12/10/2013 | Dipoto eyes open market with freed-up payroll
By trading away Mark Trumbo, the Angels gained two young, controllable left-handed starters while clearing about $4 million in payroll. Now they can really hit the free-agent market.
12/10/2013 | A's get results while division foes spend away
There have been repeated attempts to purchase the American League West title in recent years. Those attempts have failed.
12/10/2013 | RBI Scouting Showcase sets up camp near Meetings
Florida youths on Tuesday took part in the second-ever RBI Scouting Showcase, which was designed to give kids from underserved and urban communities the chance to be recognized on a field not far from baseball's annual Winter Meetings.
12/10/2013 | Twins remain interested in bringing Pelfrey back
The Twins remain interested in bringing back right-hander Mike Pelfrey and have made him a contract offer, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said on Tuesday at the Winter meetings.
12/10/2013 | Creative Anthopoulos open to options
Top prospects Aaron Sanchez and Marcus Stroman have been a hot topic of conversation in recent weeks as general manager Alex Anthopoulos attempts to be creative in his search for an upgrade on the mound.
12/10/2013 | NL West uses offseason to play catchup to Dodgers
The Dodgers have gotten the attention of the rest of the NL West. There is no debate over which team is the best in the division. The question the rest of the division faces is what it will take to upset the Dodgers in their bid to repeat as division champions in 2014.
12/10/2013 | Bucs in contact with Burnett, exploring other options
Time has been ticking away for months, but the ticking is getting louder and louder for the Pirates and A.J. Burnett as the offseason lingers. The club has been respectful of the veteran pitcher's pending decision to retire or not, but now that the Winter Meetings have arrived, they also have been working on a separate track to seek out a starter in case he does hang up his jersey after 14 years.
12/10/2013 | Nats looking at veteran infielder Chavez
After agreeing to terms with outfielder Nate McLouth last week, the Nationals are looking to improve their bench even further, and they have inquired about free-agent infielder Eric Chavez. But as a team official put it, "We're not in too deep."
12/10/2013 | Renteria capitalizing on first Winter Meetings
Rick Renteria did his best to make a good first impression at his first Winter Meetings, wearing a nice gray suit and tie. The new Cubs manager has been spending the last few days preparing to make a good impression on his players.
12/10/2013 | Yanks not shopping Gardner, but listening to offers
With so many needs to address, it is not in Brian Cashman's best interest to use the "ignore" button on his cell phone, so the Yankees' general manager said that he has been patiently listening to calls about Brett Gardner.
12/10/2013 | Gardenhire fired up about turning Twins around
Twins manage Ron Gardenhire was excited to hear the Twins signed right-handers Ricky Nolasco and Phil Hughes to multiyear deals last week, and believes general manager Terry Ryan isn't done improving the club.
12/10/2013 | Former All-Star lefty Mulder to attempt comeback
Two-time All-Star left-hander Mark Mulder will attempt to make a comeback, four years after he had announced his retirement following a pair of surgeries on his throwing shoulder
12/10/2013 | Dodgers 'not closing in on, or chasing' Price
Without mentioning oft-rumored trade bait Rays ace David Price by name, Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti on Tuesday said he's "not closing in on, or chasing" any starting pitchers at the ongoing Winter Meetings.
12/10/2013 | Fitter Sandoval could get contract extension in spring
Giants general manager Brian Sabean said Tuesday that he would consider offering Pablo Sandoval a contract extension as early as Spring Training if the third baseman reports to camp in decent physical condition.
12/10/2013 | Sandberg talks areas for Phillies to improve
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg sees what general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. sees when they study the Phillies' roster. Sandberg believes the Phillies can hit, if they are healthy. He believes they can win. But he knows they need more starting pitching to make it happen.
12/10/2013 | Cherington open to extension talks with Lester
Once Ben Cherington gets through the busy part of his offseason, he could turn to an important longer-term issue -- making sure Jon Lester doesn't leave as a free agent following the 2014 season.
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