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11:56 PM - Thursday, November 27, 2014
8 hour ago - CollegeFootballTalk / Bill Baer
The AL Central seems to be particularly fond of free agent pitcher Justin Masterson.
3 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Reliever Ernesto Frieri and the Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to an $800,000, one-year contract.
11/26/2014 - Bleed Cubbie Blue / Al Yellon
Heading into the Thanksgiving weekend, there could be movement on the Jon Lester front. Or not. Tuesday, CSN Chicago reported that the Cubs had made a significant contract offer to Jon Lester: During his "Kap and Haugh" radio show . . .
3 hour ago - ESPN / Gordon Edes
Boston Red Sox principal owner John W. Henry said Tuesday that the team remains "hopeful" of re-signing pitcher Jon Lester and indicated a willingness to exceed the $189 million luxury tax threshold as part of that pursuit.
3 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Major League Baseball's minimum salary is rising to $507,500 next year from $500,000.
3 hour ago - ESPN.com - MLB / Jesse Rogers
Chicago Cubs pitcher Pedro Strop was involved in a car accident in the Dominican Republic on Thursday night, but initial reports indicate he's doing fine, according to a team spokesman.
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Karl Buscheck
Justin Upton and Matt Kemp should probably keep their phones nearby.  The outfielders have been two of the most talked-about players in MLB trade rumors this offseason. One baseball executive simply told Joel Sherman of the New York Post: "Jus . . .
4 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Mark Polishuk
The Diamondbacks won the Yasmany Tomas sweepstakes, signing the Cuban outfielder to a six-year, $68.5MM contract and drawing praise from some around the baseball world, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.  One AL scout called the cont . . .
5 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Mark Polishuk
Here’s the latest from the NL East… Ross Detwiler‘s camp “has suggested” that the Nationals trade the left-hander if possible, James Wagner of the Washington Post reports.  After being used as a starter and swingman in previous seasons, Detw . . .
17 hour ago - Minor League Ball / John Sickels
Happy Thanksgiving everyone, from all the staff at Minor League Ball. What are you thankful for this year?  My own list:Today I am thankful for the fact that I have the best wife in the universe. I am thankful for my children. I am . . .
8 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Mark Polishuk
Cuban right-hander Yoan Lopez has drawn “strong interest” from several teams, including the Diamondbacks, Giants, Padres and Yankees, MLB.com’s Jesse Sanchez reports.  The 21-year-old Lopez held one showcase for scouts earlier this month and wi . . .
16 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Zachary Petersel
Risk versus reward. My definition of "value" is based on two simple things: what will a player cost your team versus what will the player provide on the field. Some players may be injury-prone or coming off a bad season, while others haven't . . .
13 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Jeff Todd
At 39 years of age, Torii Hunter is no longer the player he once was. But his reliable bat and clubhouse presence are sure to lead to plenty of interest. Pros/Strengths As he has throughout his career, Hunter hit in … Continue reading →
18 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Joel Reuter
We are just a month into the 2014-15 MLB offseason, but there have already been a number of significant signings around the league, as the free-agent market has developed quicker than in years past. The position player market in particular has . . .
11/26/2014 - MetsBlog.com / Matthew Cerrone
The Yankees had interest in acquiring Phillies SS Jimmy Rollins, but are moving on since the asking price is too high, according to ESPN’s Jason Stark (Twitter, Nov. 26). The Mets also contacted the Phillies about acquiring Rollins, …
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Jason Catania
Major League Baseball's offseason isn't yet a month old, and teams have already spent some $320 million combined in free agency, more than half of which came from the Boston Red Sox's same-day splurge on top position players Hanley Ramirez ($88 . . .
9 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Mark Polishuk
The Marlins are known to be looking for first base help and Allen Craig is the latest name to be added to their list of potential trade targets, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports (Twitter link).  Dealing Craig would help the Red Sox cle . . .
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