11/14/2012 | Marlins prospect Yelich shows plenty of promise
Marlins prospect Christian Yelich brings a host of excellent mechanics to the offensive part of his game, as the outfielder hones his craft for the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League.
11/14/2012 | Marlins' offseason needs grow with proposed trade
Heading into the offseason, the Marlins' primary position of need was third base. You can add front-line starting pitching and center field to the list.
11/13/2012 | Red Sox, Tribe, Bucs GMs react to trade reports
Three Major League general managers were about to go on stage Tuesday night when they learned of the impending Blue Jays-Marlins trade like everyone else: on the web.
11/13/2012 | With trade, Blue Jays push their chips into middle
On Tuesday night, in one dramatic stroke -- a pending 12-player trade with the Marlins -- the Blue Jays made the kind of deal that can push a franchise over the top. One deal brought them two solid starting pitchers in Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle and a dazzling presence for the top of the lineup in Jose Reyes.
11/13/2012 | Blue Jays bringing Escobar's tenure to an end
Yunel Escobar's tumultuous tenure in Toronto appeared to be near an end on Tuesday night when the Blue Jays agreed to include him with at least six other players in a blockbuster trade with Miami.
11/13/2012 | Trout adds Heart and Hustle Award to accolades
A night after winning American League Rookie of the Year, Angels outfielder Mike Trout received the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association's overall Heart and Hustle Award at its 13th annual Legends for Youth fundraising dinner at the Marriott Marquis.
11/13/2012 | Red Sox step up search for hitting coach
Another prospective Red Sox hitting coach, Victor Rodriguez, interviewed with the club on Tuesday. The Red Sox also plan to hold interviews for their vacant first-base coaching position this week.
11/13/2012 | Teixeira optimistic for 2013, confident in Yankees
Mark Teixeira may have been disappointed by his own performance during an injury-marred season, but the switch-hitter rejects the idea that the Yankees are too old to keep up in the AL East.
11/13/2012 | Duquette details club's desires in trade market
The Orioles are telling teams their priority in the trade market is at first base, designated hitter (which could be grouped together) and left field.
11/13/2012 | Showalter named runner-up in tight AL MOY race
Buck Showalter finished second to Oakland's Bob Melvin for 2012 American League Manager of the Year honors, as voted by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
11/13/2012 | Bochy third in NL Manager of the Year voting
Though Bruce Bochy didn't win the National League Manager of the Year Award, San Francisco's skipper remains highly regarded within the baseball industry. Winning two World Series in three years will do that to a person. Bochy finished third in the vote announced Tuesday and conducted by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
11/13/2012 | Davey runs away with NL Manager of Year honors
Davey Johnson was named National League Manager of the Year as voted on by the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday. It marked the second time Johnson won the award. He won the American League Manager of the Year Award in 1997 as a member of the Orioles.
11/13/2012 | Mariners prospects part of WBC qualifier
Right-hander Erasmo Ramirez heads a list of Mariners prospects playing in World Baseball Classic qualifying tournament in Panama this week.
11/13/2012 | Phillies avoid arbitration with infielder Frandsen
After a strong couple of months to close the 2012 season with the Phillies, Kevin Frandsen agreed Tuesday to a one-year, $850,000 contract to avoid salary arbitration.
11/13/2012 | Negro Leagues Museum gets new O'Neil items
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum received a special gift on Tuesday, the 101st anniversary of co-founder Buck O'Neil's birth.
11/13/2012 | Ventura finishes third in AL Manager of Year race
Robin Ventura's steady leadership played a role in the White Sox somewhat surprising 85-77 showing and second-place standing in the American League Central. It also helped Ventura finish third in the 2012 AL Manager of the Year balloting.
11/13/2012 | Bourn sure to improve next team in numerous ways
Michael Bourn, who has won two Gold Gloves, can hit and is a great influence in the clubhouse, will be a tremendous addition for the team that signs him as a free agent this winter.
11/13/2012 | Former Negro League pitcher Gould passes away
Harold Gould, who played for the Philadelphia Stars in the Negro Leagues and the Dodgers in the Canada Professional Leagues, died on Friday after declining in health over the last two years.
11/13/2012 | Mets certain Johan will be at full strength come spring
The rotation may be in question, but the Mets are confident that Johan Santana -- who aided hurricane-relief efforts on Tuesday -- will be at full strength come February.
11/13/2012 | Cards opt to part ways with righty McClellan
The Cardinals parted ways with reliever Kyle McClellan on Tuesday, granting his unconditional release one week before the organization must set its 40-man roster ahead of the Rule 5 Draft.
11/13/2012 | Bichette rejoins Rockies to be hitting coach
Dante Bichette, one of the Rockies' first stars and still beloved by local fans, has come back to the organization as the new hitting coach. The team announced the hiring Tuesday on its Twitter account.
11/13/2012 | Dodgers finalize coaching staff for 2013
The Dodgers finalized their Major League coaching staff Tuesday, creating the job of assistant pitching coach for Ken Howell and promoting Minor League coaches Chuck Crim and John Valentin to manager Don Mattingly's staff.
11/13/2012 | A's surge to division title nets Melvin AL MOY
Oakland's Bob Melvin was named American League Manager of the Year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday.
11/13/2012 | Cubs sign right-hander Baker to one-year deal
The Cubs and right-handed pitcher Scott Baker agreed Tuesday to terms on a one-year, $5.5 million contract with performance bonuses.
11/13/2012 | 'Bucks' in Detroit features father-son tandem
When the World Series returned to Detroit last month, it came and went all too quickly for Tigers fans. But for Ryan Robinson and his son Benjamin, it was a treasured moment to last forever
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