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12/27/2013 | Twins announce 2014 Minor League coaching staff

The Twins announced their Minor League managerial and coaching staff on Friday, with only one major change from last season.


12/27/2013 | Proactive Tigers retooling in pursuit of ultimate goal

After another run to the ALCS in 2013, the goal in Detroit now is to ensure the door doesn't close on this era of great Tigers teams before it can achieve its greatest goal -- a World Series title.


12/27/2013 | Pipeline Inbox: Which hurlers have most potential?

Who were the top five pitchers to make their Major League debuts last season, in terms of career potential? What's the general consensus on Giants prospect Andrew Susac? Jim Callis tackles those topics and more in the latest edition of the Pipeline Inbox.


12/27/2013 | Rangers introduce prized free agent Choo

The Rangers announced the signing of free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo at an introductory news conference at the Ballpark in Arlington on Friday.


12/26/2013 | Former World Series hero Blair dies at 69

Paul Blair, a critical cog during the Orioles' and Yankees' championship seasons in the '60s and '70s, died Thursday outside Baltimore.


12/26/2013 | Nats enter new year with new skipper, renewed hope

The Nationals have made significant improvements this offseason, adding Doug Fister, Jerry Blevins and Nate McLouth. They also face 2014 with a new manager at the helm.


12/26/2013 | Cards ready to ride core back to World Series

The Cardinals were quick to act this offseason, filling their three primary areas of need by mid-December. Now, the organization merely awaits the payoff.


12/26/2013 | Restructuring gives White Sox shot to improve

After losing 99 games in 2013, marking just the fourth time since 2000 they've finished below .500, it only stands to reason that the White Sox will bounce back. But the moves made by general manager Rick Hahn since last July weren't designed simply to give the South Siders a slight record correction next year.


12/26/2013 | Tribe hungry for more after brief taste of postseason

The Indians' magical run through September bought them one night in the 2013 postseason, and the Tribe's players exited Progressive Field unsatisfied. The goal now is to find a way to extend the experience in October, and to do so as soon as possible.


12/26/2013 | Improved health would be big boost to Brewers in 2014

The calendar has flipped to 2014, so here are five big questions facing the Brewers as a new season looms.


12/26/2013 | Mariners primed to make most of makeover

With a new manager, a new mega-millionaire star and the likely promotion of one of baseball's premier pitching prospects, change is in the air at Safeco Field as the calendar turns to 2014.


12/26/2013 | Astros expect more growth from young team in '14

There is nowhere for the Astros to go but up. As the calendar gets ready to turn to 2014, they are setting themselves up to make the long climb to respectability on the field. Even the most cynical observer doesn't have to squint to see the organization is moving in the right direction.


12/26/2013 | Royals ready to take next step in 2014

When the Royals closed out last season, they couldn't wait to get 2014 started. Just point them to next March 31 at Detroit and let those mighty Tigers start to feel the pain.


12/26/2013 | How will new faces factor into Tigers' success?

The Tigers have no shortage of questions entering 2014. After all, no matter what else happens this offseason, Detroit looks like a team in transition after trading All-Star slugger Prince Fielder and rotation stalwart Doug Fister and replacing the retired Jim Leyland with first-time manager Brad Ausmus.


12/26/2013 | Righty Moscoso to sign with Japanese team

Right-hander Guillermo Moscoso has elected to continue his career in Japan, agreeing on Thursday to sign with Nippon Professional Baseball's Yokohama Bay Stars, according to Nikkan Sports.


12/26/2013 | Tanaka may prove to be high-yield investment

Even in this offseason of wild spending, the bidding for Masahiro Tanaka may make all those other deals look like warmup acts. That's because there has seldom been a 25-year-old pitcher with top-of-the-rotation stuff enter free agency.


12/26/2013 | Revamped lineup makes Marlins optimistic for 2014

After finishing last in the Majors in runs scored, home runs and batting average, the Marlins focused on upgrading the offense. A revamped lineup will join a strong returning rotation in 2014, giving Miami hope for a bounceback year.


12/26/2013 | Francona restores winning culture to Tribe in 2013

Terry Francona may have been honored as the 2013 American League Manager of the Year, but any awards were secondary to the Indians' remarkable journey. Cleveland came a long way in 2013, and it started with a manager getting a team to embrace its potential.


12/26/2013 | Health, pitching could shape Rockies' 2014 season

The turning of the calendar to 2014 is not just a happy occasion for the Rockies. It's an optimistic one. Even without the big splash in free agency, there is a feeling the team spent wisely enough to make improvement possible in 2014.


12/26/2013 | Closer, catcher among Rangers' questions in 2014

Now that the Rangers played at the top of the free-agent market, they can look back at a busy offseason that still has seven weeks to go. Whether or not they make any more moves, there are still some big questions facing the Rangers while everybody is toasting the New Year.


12/26/2013 | After success in 2013, Dodgers look to cash in

A World Series ring remains the ultimate prize and the Dodgers, even with the richest payroll in the game, still have questions to answer as they prepare for a 2014 season that opens in Australia against Arizona.


12/26/2013 | Health will be Padres' top concern in 2014

They can hope for wins, strong performances offensively, defensively as well as on the mound. But in order for any of that to happen for the Padres in 2014, and for them to make a move north in the National League West standings, something else has to occur. Good health.


12/26/2013 | Reds hope Price has right answers for challenges ahead

Though it once seemed to be eons away, the Reds' Spring Training report date of Feb. 14 is now just around the corner -- about six weeks from now, in fact. The disappointment of 2013 has now turned into a new outlook for 2014 behind new skipper Bryan Price.


12/26/2013 | 'Tis the season to get holiday gifts for AL clubs

Anthony Castrovince takes a brief gander at each of MLB's 30 clubs and offers up a holiday gift to assist their efforts in the coming New Year. The National League was first in line, with the focus now on the American League.


12/26/2013 | O's optimistic for 2014 with key pieces on the mend

The Orioles are eager to flip the calendar as they seek a return to postseason form in the new year. The rehab progress of Manny Machado and Dylan Bundy is among the top issues facing the club in 2014.




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