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MLB News Index
  1. What might Yanks, Dodgers do, and when?

    At this point, it's uncertain if the Dodgers are the Yankees of the West or if the Yankees are the Dodgers of the East. They are baseball's preeminent payroll superpowers, and they've both been eerily quiet in the early going of the Hot Stove season. We know from history that this can change in a hurry.
  2. Korean club reportedly rejects top bid for lefty Yang

    Korean left-hander Hyeon-jong Yang will not pitch in North America next season after a report out of Korea by the Yonhap News Agency on Wednesday indicated the Kia Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization were unhappy with the highest bid and rejected it.
  3. Fuld's Wiffle Ball tourney to feature host of big leaguers

    Sam Fuld's Wiffle Ball tournament is coming together. Fuld, who has conducted Sam Fuld's USF Diabetes Sports Camps for several years, has added a new wrinkle this year by hosting a Wiffle Ball tournament on Dec. 13.
  4. Hard-throwing Glasnow has bright future

    Pittsburgh Pirates right-handed starter Tyler Glasnow is a huge flamethrower with several quality pitches and improving control/command. He's No. 1 on the Pirates Top 20 Prospects list.
  5. Lester in envious place as suitors line up

    The Jon Lester market has moved into the appropriate financial neighborhood. The Cubs have reportedly offered Lester a contract for more than $135 million over six years. It was not that long ago that the Red Sox appeared to be leading the race with an offer that was reported to be for $110 million-$120 million over six years.
  6. Padres shift offseason focus to trade market

    After trying to sign Pablo Sandoval to what would have been the largest contract in club history, the Padres might not find offensive help in free agency after all. A source told MLB.com on Tuesday that the Padres are heavily focused on trades, with Red Sox outfielder Yoenis Cespedes a potential match.
  7. Red Sox willing to dramatically expand payroll for '15

    Fresh off investing over $180 million in two hitters, the Red Sox are hardly done reconstructing their roster. There is pitching to go get, and owner John Henry made it clear that he isn't going to hold back the front office when it comes to investing properly in the starting rotation.
  8. 'Three Amigos' ready to take Boston by storm

    Although Pablo Sandoval is just beginning to get a taste of his new home, Boston's new third baseman is having no trouble adjusting to his new teammates, especially Hanley Ramirez and David Ortiz.
  9. How much will Giants miss Panda?

    Perennial contenders in baseball have a core, and while the Giants still have Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey, losing Pablo Sandoval could have a big impact on their future success.
  10. Giants reportedly set to meet with lefty Lester

    After missing out on retaining third baseman Pablo Sandoval, the Giants have reportedly shifted their focus to acquiring free-agent pitcher Jon Lester, who is scheduled to meet with the club next week.

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