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10:37 AM - Thursday, December 18, 2014
4 hour ago - ESPN / William Weinbaum
Tony Oliva was thrilled to hear about President Obama's plan toward normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba, Oliva's home country.
12/17/2014 - Over the Monster / Ben Buchanan
Is a return to Boston in store for the veteran catcher? The Red Sox are one of three teams being considered by free agent catcher David Ross, with the Padres and Cubs also in the race according to Rob Bradford. Ross will be 38 to st . . .
10 hour ago - Motor City Bengals | A Detroit Tigers blog / Matt Pelc
After the pair of trades last week, it looked as if the Detroit Tigers were done with the Max Scherzer sweepstakes. Though Dave Dombrowski said they weren’t actively pursuing Max, he never shut the door on retaining the 2013 Cy Young winner. Th . . .
19 hour ago - The LoHud Yankees Blog / Chad Jennings
This isn’t the sort of thing that usually lands on a baseball blog, but in this case, a bit of international policy is worth mentioning. Today, President Obama announced the United States is restoring full diplomatic relations with Cuba. This i . . .
7 hour ago - MetsBlog.com / Matthew Cerrone
David Wright has resumed swinging a bat, “a little,” he told reporter Adam Rubin (ESPN, Dec. 18). Wright battled an injured shoulder during most of the second half in 2014, during which he received a cortisone shot and …
7 hour ago - Federal Baseball / Patrick Reddington
Washington Nationals' GM Mike Rizzo earned the approval of pretty much the entire baseball world with his take in the three-way deal with the San Diego Padres and Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. So what were they saying? The Washington . . .
22 hour ago - ESPN.com - MLB / Jerry Crasnick
The San Francisco Giants are finalizing a two-year, $15 million deal with reliever Sergio Romo, a source confirmed to ESPN.
7 hour ago - River Avenue Blues / Michael Axisa
Although the Yankees didn’t do anything of note at the Winter Meetings last week, they have been busy this offseason and especially this month. Most of the moves have been on the smaller side, at least relative to last offseason, though the clu . . .
3 hour ago - Crashburn Alley / Bill Baer
Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY reports that the hold-up in the Matt Kemp trade between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres — which was announced last week — is related to his Tuesday physical turning up two arthritic hips. ESPN’s Buster . . .
4 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
A South Florida man who admitted working as a black market chemist has pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from the Major League Baseball scandal over performance-enhancing substances.
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Adam Wells
Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda didn't get his wish, as Hiroshima Carp owner Hajime Matsuda has decided to keep his star pitcher in Nippon Professional Baseball.     The Japan Times (h/t SI.com) reported the news and provided the following . . .
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Andrew Gould
At this stage of the MLB offseason, trade gossip usually tends to reserve seats for the regulars circling the block on a close-knit set of customers. That holds true for one of the latest round-up's subjects, whose name everyone knows at this . . .
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Jason Catania
The big takeaway from Major League Baseball's offseason so far is that teams are seeking out offense, yearning to acquire hitters in any way possible, whether via free agency or trade. Given how fast and furious this market has been, while rig . . .
22 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
The Mariners have found a right-handed bat for their outfield, acquiring Justin Ruggiano from the Chicago Cubs.
7 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Rick Weiner
While there was no shortage of action at MLB's 2014 winter meetings in San Diego, those moves only represent a fraction of what general managers discussed. For the winter meetings are where the seeds for future moves are sowed. As we sit here . . .
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