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Reds sign outfielders Mason Williams and Rosell Herrera to minor league deals
The Reds continued to deepen their outfield reserves with two minor leaguers on Friday.
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Athletics hire third base coach Matt Williams
Williams is going back to the Bay Area, but not as a Giant.
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Jose Altuve and Corey Kluber head list of Esurance MLB Award winners
Altuve and Kluber added to their award-worthy seasons with two of the biggest accolades during the Esurance MLB Awards on Friday.
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Mets sign Matt Purke to minors deal
Lefty reliever Matt Purke has not pitched in the majors since 2016, but could give the Mets some depth as they try to reinvent their bullpen next year.
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Braves senior advisor John Hart Resigns
Hart resigns in advance of MLB discipline for the Braves arising out of rules violations in Latin America
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Former Yankees prospect Manny Banuelos signs a minor league deal with the Dodgers
He spent last season in the Angels farm system
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Orioles sign reliever Ryan O’Rourke
The Orioles added bullpen depth on Thursday, signing reliever Ryan O'Rourke.
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Former MVPs Mike Trout, Bryce Harper sadly an afterthought in 2017 MVP voting
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper were both having MVP-caliber seasons in 2017 before suffering significant injuries.
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Athletics still see Bruce Maxwell as the starting catcher
Bruce Maxwell will appear in court next month after allegedly pulling a gun on a food delivery person last month, but the A's still see him as the starting catcher in 2018.
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GMs use emojis and animated .gifs when responding to trade proposals
Apparently GMs are just like us when they discuss trades with other GMs.
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Cubs are interested in Brandon Morrow
Morrow was a key part of the Dodgers beating the Cubs in the NLCS
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White Sox acquire hard-throwing reliever Thyago Vieira from Mariners
The seven-year minor league veteran has some heat, but he's a project.
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Yankees interested in Jurickson Profar
Profar, once the top prospect in all of baseball, could have a future as a super utility guy in the Bronx
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Report: Braves to face “severe” penalties, including loss of prospects
Major League Baseball is expected to announce the sanctions in the next week
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Who should win the MVP Awards? Who will?
Are you a Judge or Altuve backer?
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Report: MLBPA challenging NPB posting system, delaying Shohei Ohtani’s move to MLB
Shohei Ohtani, known for his pitching prowess as well as his hitting talent in Japan, may not come to the U.S. as soon as expected because the union is challenging the recently agreed-upon posting rules...
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Pirates dismiss Rene Gayo, director of Latin American scouting, for receiving improper payments
Rene Gayo, the Pirates' director of American League scouting, has been let go after an investigation found he had received improper payments.
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Report: Rays interested in Jose Bautista
The Rays reportedly have interest in free agent Jose Bautista, who is willing to play corner outfield, corner infield, and DH.
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Mariners acquire Ryon Healy from the Athletics
The Mariners acquired slugging corner infielder Ryon Healy from the Athletics on Wednesday.
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Mets leaning towards having Asdrubal Cabrera as starting third baseman in 2018
Asdrubal Cabrera, who played all over the Mets' infield in 2017, may be the starting third baseman for the club in 2018.
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Kluber, Scherzer win Cy Young Awards
Corey Kluber and Max Scherzer won the 2017 Cy Young Award in their respective leagues.
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Cardinals plan to move Dexter Fowler to the corner outfield
Dexter Fowler has played in center field for all but one inning of the 9,240 2/3 defensive innings in his career, but the Cardinals plan to shift him to an outfield corner for 2018.
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Scott Boras: “Jake Arrieta is a big squirrel with a lot of nuts in his tree”
So he's got that going for him. Which is nice.
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Miguel Cabrera is going to be in The Best Shape of His Life
Cabrera is coming off his worst season as a major leaguer
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Jeter listening to offers, hasn't talked to Stanton
The new Marlins CEO made it clear, though, that the team needs to cut payroll
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MLB wants pitch clock in place for 2018
Pitch clocks like this one have been in place in the minors for a few years now. They're hardly noticeable.
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Jake Peavy wants to pitch in 2018
Peavy sat out 2017 due to deal with personal matters
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Roy Halladay’s life was celebrated yesterday
Halladay's widow, Brandy Halladay, speaks at her late husband's memorial service 
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Who should win the Cy Young Award? Who will?
Will Max Scherzer repeat?
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Rangers GM Jon Daniels: “We’re not necessarily looking to move Jurickson [Profar].”
Jurickson Profar is out of options, so he must be included on the 25-man roster or exposed to outright waivers. Rangers GM Jon Daniels says his team isn't necessarily looking to trade him.
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Report: Teams interested in free agent Wilin Rosario
Former Rockies catcher/first baseman Wilin Rosario is drawing some interest as a free agent after putting up good numbers over two years on South Korea.
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Torey Lovullo, Paul Molitor win 2017 Manager of the Year Awards
Torey Lovullo of the Diamondbacks and Paul Molitor of the Twins were named Managers of the Year by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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Carlos Beltran wants to be a manager
Carlos Beltran, who recently retired, wants to be a manager.
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Welcome to free agent nonsense season
Did you know that, if he wanted to, Eric Hosmer could hit 40 homers? Makes you wonder why he doesn't want to.
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Larry Rothschild will return as Yankees pitching coach in 2018
Rothschild, 63, has held the post for the past seven years
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Marlins’ asking price for Giancarlo Stanton is reportedly “out of touch with reality”
Posturing? Or are the Marlins being unreasonable?
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Red Sox great and Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr dies at 99
Doerr was the oldest living Hall of Famer
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Who Should Win Manager of the Year? Who Will?
No one has won the Manager of the Year Award in back-to-back seasons since 2004-05. Can Dave Roberts do it?
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Phillies re-sign Pedro Florimon to a minor league deal
The Phillies re-signed utlityman Pedro Florimon to a minor league contract on Monday.
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Rays sign Vidal Nuno to a minor league deal
The Rays added pitching depth, signing Vidal Nuno to a minor league contract.
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Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger win 2017 Rookie of the Year Awards
No surprises here: Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger have taken home the Rookie of the Year Awards in their respective leagues.
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The Yankees asked the Athletics for permission to interview Bob Melvin but were denied
The Yankees wanted to interview Athletics manager Bob Melvin as a potential replacement for Joe Girardi, but the A's said no.
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Melvin Upton intends to play baseball in 2018
Veteran outfielder Melvin Upton battled injuries last season, but he is looking to continue playing baseball in 2018.
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Is Carlos Beltran a Hall of Famer?
It depends on what you think of all-around players as opposed to guys who hit milestones
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Ned Yost almost died
The Royals manager broke his pelvis in a fall last week. The incident was far more serious than first reported.
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Carlos Beltran announces his retirement
Beltran goes out on top, with a World Series win
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All nine players who received qualifying offers will reject them
Mike Moustakas is one of the nine who believes there are better deals than one year, $17.4 million waiting for them
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Alex Anthopoulos is a bold, unexpected and dang good hire for the Braves
The Braves are a team in crisis, but they just hired a top executive to lead them out of it.
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Who Should win the Rookie of the Year Awards? Who Will?
You don't think someone besides Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger have a snowflake's chance, do you?
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Report: Braves to hire Alex Anthopoulos as next general manager
Joel Sherman of the New York Post is reporting that the Braves will hire Alex Anthopoulos as general manager. He says an official announcement is possible at the GM meetings. Anthopoulos, 40, was the...
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Mookie Betts bowled a 300 in the PBA World Series of Bowling IX
Mookie Betts rolled a perfect game in the PBA World Series of Bowling IX on Sunday.
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Dodgers, Padres to play in Mexico in May 2018
The Padres will "host" the Dodgers in Monterrey, Mexico next May 4-6, according to a report.
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Report: Twins have asked Reds about availability of Raisel Iglesias
The Twins would like to add some bullpen help and have reportedly called the Reds asking about Raisel Iglesias.
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Rays GM Erik Neander says Chris Archer is the type of player his team needs to build around
On MLB Network Radio, Rays GM Erik Neander said starter Chris Archer is the type of player the Rays need to build around.
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Jacob deGrom: “Shorter hair will speed up my delivery”
Jacob deGrom has some unorthodox theories about his new 'do.
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Report: Giants interested in trading for Jackie Bradley Jr.
The Giants are continuing to explore their outfield options this offseason, from Giancarlo Stanton to Jackie Bradley Jr.
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Report: Royals hoping to retain Mike Moustakas and Eric Hosmer
The Royals will make a push to retain several of their biggest stars this offseason, Jon Heyman reports.
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Ronald Acuna and Art Warren highlight 11-10 win in AFL Military Appreciation Game
The Braves' top prospect went 2-for-4 with a pair of home runs during the Javelinas' 11-10 win over the Saguaros on Saturday.
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Twins’ prospect LaMonte Wade injured in brutal outfield collision during AFL game
Monte did not lose consciousness, but was forced to leave Saturday's game on a stretcher following a collision in the second inning.
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Brian McCann wants to end his career with the Braves
First, however, he'd like to win a couple more championships.
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Report: Alex Cobb open to a potential deal with Cubs
The veteran righty is reportedly eying Chicago as a potential landing spot this offseason.
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Shohei Otani: “I am not a complete player yet”
Otani reiterated his intention to play in Major League Baseball next season, though there are still a few hurdles left for him to clear.
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Report: Marlins have discussed Giancarlo Stanton trade with Red Sox, Cardinals, Phillies and Giants
Could the Phillies be the surprise frontrunner for the Marlins' slugger?
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Byron Buxton wins the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award
Buxton earned his first Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award after making 96% of plays in his zone, per Inside Edge.
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The Astros’ World Series trophy was damaged during a fundraiser
This is why the Astros can't have nice things.
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Braves announce changes to their coaching staff
Welcome, Walt Weiss, Braves new bench coach
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The Yankees interviewed Eric Wedge? OK.
Wedge hasn't managed since 2013, and his tenure with the Mariners ended in a rather ugly fashion.
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Some thoughts about the catfish baseball writer
Ryan Schultz wasn't really Ryan Schultz. It's a crazy story, but it's one that says a lot about sports media.
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Nippon Ham to post Shohei Ohtani
Let the sweepstakes begin.
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Jae-gyun Hwang returns to Korea after “unforgettable and disappointing” season with Giants
Jae-gyun Hwang didn't find success in the majors with the Giants this past season and will now return to the Korean Baseball Organization.
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Judge, Stanton highlight Silver Slugger Awards
Find out who won the 2017 Silver Slugger Awards on Thursday.
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Brandon Morrow: “All things equal, I’d probably be going back to the Dodgers.”
Brandon Morrow expressed on MLB Network Radio that he'd enjoy returning to the Dodgers.
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Don Mattingly will return to manage the Marlins in 2018
Don Mattingly will, in fact, manage the Marlins in 2018.
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Logan Morrison: Playing for Royals “would be a dream come true”
Free agent first baseman Logan Morrison said that playing for the Royals "would be a dream come true."
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Nationals hire Derek Lilliquist as their pitching coach
He takes over for Mike Maddux. Who took over for Lilliquist in St. Louis. Trippy.
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Report: Marlins prefer to deal Stanton to Cards
Given Giancarlo Stanton's no-trade clause, it's not really up to them.
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Braves continue to be in limbo as MLB investigates rules violations
They may not know what penalties will be leveled until next month
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Halladay’s plane flying low, diving before crash
An NTSB investigator described the crash as a "high energy impact."
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Ned Yost breaks pelvis falling out of tree
He's expected to make a full recovery
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Red Sox prospect Daniel Flores dies due to complications during cancer treatment
Daniel Flores, a 17-year-old catcher in Boston's minor league system, died due to complications during cancer treatment.
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Report: J.D. Martinez is seeking a contract in the $200 million range
J.D. Martinez, the top free agent hitter, reportedly is seeking a contract worth around $200 million.
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Players Choice Award winners announced
The Players Choice Award winners were announced on Wednesday evening. Find out who won what.
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Chip Hale joins Nationals as a bench coach
Former D-Backs manager Chip Hale has joined the Nationals as a bench coach.
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Mark Canha undergoes wrist surgery
A's outfielder Mark Canha underwent surgery on his right wrist, but is expected to be ready for spring training.
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The Reds signed Kevin Quackenbush to a minor league deal
He had a terrible 2017, but maybe a change of scenery will do him good
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Roy Halladay was among first to fly model of plane he died in
"The way that a lot of people described it is a Jet Ski with wings"
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Diamondbacks sign Rubby De La Rosa to a two-year minor league deal
De La Rosa just underwent his second Tommy John surgery
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Wahlberg wants to sit in Judge's Chambers
Mark Wahlberg is a big Red Sox fan, but he's becoming a fan of Yankees star Aaron Judge and would go to Yankee Stadium to see him.
Remembering MLB ace Roy Halladay
Roy Halladay was a pitcher's pitcher and the Cy Young award-winner once told Dan Patrick that he didn't want a public life after retiring.
Orioles are interested in Andrew Cashner and Jason Vargas
The Orioles' "let's throw a bunch of ok-at-best arms at the problem" approach lives on
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Arenado, Betts highlight Gold Glove Awards
Nolan Arenado and Mookie Betts were among the winners of the 2017 Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners announced on Tuesday.
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Bartolo Colon plans to pitch in 2018
Bartolo Colon posted a 6.48 ERA in 2017, but he intends to come back in 2018 and turn things around.
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John Lackey plans to pitch in 2018
John Lackey is not retiring and, in fact, intends to pitch in 2018.
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Baseball community reacts to death of Roy Halladay
Reaction has poured in in the two hours since Halladay's death was confirmed.
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Halladay total game-changer with Phillies
Roy Halladay didn't just bring his trademark great pitching when he came to the Phillies; he gave the fans confidence and something to look forward to.
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Roy Halladay: Hall of Fame talent gone too soon
Between 2002 and 2011, Halladay put up one of the greatest ten-year peaks of all time
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Roy Halladay dies in plane crash in Gulf of Mexico
Halladay, an amateur pilot, just purchased the small, amphibious plane in October
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The Royals shake up their coaching staff
Ned Yost is still there, but his coaching staff will be quite different
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Nine players received qualifying offers
It's hard to imagine any of them taking it, though
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Shohei Otani has hired a U.S. agent
Otani is both an ace starter and an elite slugger
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Cubs make qualifying offers to Jake Arrieta, Wade Davis
Unsurprisingly, the Cubs have extended $17.4 million qualifying offers to pitchers Jake Arrieta and Wade Davis.
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Cardinals extend $17.4 million qualifying offer to Lance Lynn
The Cardinals have made a $17.4 million qualifying offer to starter Lance Lynn.
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Cardinals release Trevor Rosenthal
The Cardinals have granted pitcher Trevor Rosenthal his unconditional release.
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Indians make $17.4 million qualifying offer to Carlos Santana
The Indians will make a $17.4 million qualifying offer to first baseman Carlos Santana.
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BBWAA awards finalists announced
Major League Baseball has announced the finalists for various awards given by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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Dodgers exercise Logan Forsythe’s 2018 option
Second baseman Logan Forsythe will be back in Los Angeles in 2018 after the Dodgers picked up his club option.
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Reds do not make qualifying offer to Zack Cozart
The Reds will not make a $17.4 million qualifying offer to shortstop Zack Cozart.
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Giants pick up 2018 options for Madison Bumgarner, Matt Moore, and Pablo Sandoval
The Giants exercised options on three players: Madison Bumgarner, Matt Moore, and Pablo Sandoval.
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The Veterans Committee “Modern Baseball” Hall of Fame ballot is out
Hey, we get to argue about Jack Morris all over again!
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Springer: I told Correa to have a Plan B
Houston Astros star George Springer reveals he pleaded with Carlos Correa to have a Plan B for his World Series marriage proposal in case the team lost. Luckily, the Astros won.
Royals make qualifying offer to Eric Hosmer
Hosmer is certain to reject it and sign elsewhere this offseason
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Cashman on Girardi, search for manager
Brian Cashman says Joe Girardi had a hard time communicating with the players
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Springer honored to win World Series MVP
Houston Astros star George Springer admits he's proud to be the World Series MVP in the franchise's first MLB title, but acknowledges it was a team effort.
Your 2017-2018 Free Agent Preview
J.D. Martinez leads a class that, overall, skews old and fairly weak
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ESPN people say working for ESPN helped prepare Alex Cora to manage
I suppose it couldn't hurt.
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Rays expected to extend qualifying offer to Alex Cobb
The Rays are expected to make a $17.4 million qualifying offer to free agent starter Alex Cobb.
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Dodgers buy out Andre Ethier
Andre Ethier spent the last 12 years with the Dodgers, but he's now a free agent after the club bought out the remainder of his contract.
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Sam Fuld retires, joins Phillies’ front office
Speedster Sam Fuld has hung up the spikes and joined the Phillies' front office as a major league player information coordinator.
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Wei-Yin Chen won’t opt out of contract with Marlins
Wei-Yin Chen has unsurprisingly chosen to remain with the Marlins for the rest of his five-year, $80 million contract.
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Vin Scully on anthem protest: “I will never watch another NFL game”
Scully announced his plans to boycott the NFL over the ongoing anthem protests on Saturday.
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Report: Indians may not retain Bryan Shaw in 2018
Despite Shaw's standout performance in 2017, the Indians are looking for cheaper options to bolster their bullpen next year.
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Astros adopt new fan during SNL
Yes, there were just as many jabs at Jose Altuve's height as you'd expect.
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Johnny Cueto will not opt out of his contract
Cueto is set to return to San Francisco in 2018.
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Clutch hitting powers the East to a 4-2 win in the AFL Fall Stars Game
The East Fall Stars dominated in the annual AFL Fall Stars Game on Saturday, trouncing their opponents 4-2 following an electric eighth-inning rally.
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Report: Blue Jays could pursue Jay Bruce
The Blue Jays are reportedly interested in making a play for Jay Bruce this winter, but the feeling may not be mutual.
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Roger Bernadina and Wilin Rosario would like to return to MLB in 2018
Bernadina and Rosario are hoping to return to MLB next year after spending several seasons fine-tuning their stats in Korea.
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Blue Jays officially decline option on Jose Bautista’s contract
The Blue Jays will not pick up Bautista's $18 million option for 2018.
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Red Sox hire hitting coach Tim Hyers
Tim Hyers and Alex Barkett will help round out Alex Cora's coaching staff in 2018.
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The Astros will be the fourth World Series team to appear on Saturday Night Live
George Springer, Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman are expected to make a guest appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
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Ian Kennedy will not exercise the opt-out clause in his contract
As expected, Kennedy will finished out the remaining three years of his five-year, $70 million contract with the Royals.
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Astros Parade: Best and worst moments
Josh Reddick channeled Ric Flair, the Astros exposed their taste in parade floats, and November 3 officially became "Houston Astros Day."
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Tanaka doesn’t exercise opt-out in contract
Masahiro Tanaka will finish the remainder of his seven-year, $155 million deal in New York.
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Mets officially pick up Asdrubal Cabrera’s 2018 option
No surprise here: Cabrera will be back in the Mets' lineup in 2018.
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Indians pick up Michael Brantley’s 2018 option
Brantley has spent more time on the DL than on the field in the past two years, but he'll be back in 2018
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Andrew McCutchen’s option picked up
2018 will be Cutch's last year under contract with the Pirates. Might he be traded?
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Astros undecided on a White House visit
A once-rote ceremony has become politically charged. Where will the Astros come out on it?
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Marlins decline option on Ichiro Suzuki
Is this the end of the line for the future Hall of Famer?
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Matt Wieters exercises $10.5M player option
Matt Wieters is coming off a bad year, but he'll get paid well in 2018
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Tigers name their new coaching staff
Not surprisingly, a lot of former Twins coaches will join Ron Gardenhire in Detroit
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What we complain about when we complain about Gabe Kapler
A lot of people have opinions on Gabe Kapler. Not all of them are worth listening to.
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Nationals name Kevin Long their hitting coach
Long was the Mets hitting coach since 2014
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Nationals decline Adam Lind’s mutual option
The Nationals opted against picking up their end of Adam Lind's 2018 mutual option worth $5 million.
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Ruben Amaro, Jr. will be the Mets’ first base coach
Ruben Amaro, Jr. will be the Mets' new first base coach, replacing Tom Goodwin.
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Rays exercise Nathan Eovaldi’s 2018 club option
The Rays exercised their 2018 club option for pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, who has been recovering from Tommy John surgery.
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Athletics pick up Jed Lowrie’s 2018 option
The Athletics have officially picked up second baseman Jed Lowrie's club option for the 2018 season.
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Mariners claim utilityman Andrew Romine off waivers from the Tigers
The Mariners claimed utilityman Andrew Romine off waivers from the Tigers on Thursday.
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Miguel Sano to undergo surgery on left leg
Miguel Sano will undergo surgery on his left leg after initially suffering a stress reaction back in August.
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The Mariners decline Hisashi Iwakuma’s 2018 option
Iwakuma will be on the hunt for a minor league deal this winter.
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Angels, Justin Upton agree to five-year, $106M extension
Justin Upton will be under contract with the Angels through 2022
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Red Sox fill out part of their coaching staff
Ron Roenicke is the bench coach, Carlos Febles the third base coach and Tom Goodwin takes over first.
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Red Sox pick up Chris Sale and Craig Kimbrel’s options
At $12.5 and $13 million, respectively, they were easy decisions to make
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Yasiel Puig’s house was broken into during Game 7
I suppose everyone knew he was away
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SI writer: Astros weren't supposed to be on cover
The Houston Astros were almost not on the famous Sports Illustrated cover because of a Michelle Wie story.
Correa should have proposed in a private setting
Carlos Correa made the World Series win about himself and his girlfriend instead of the team's success, according to Dan Patrick.
Tony La Russa joins the Red Sox as a special assistant
La Russa and Red Sox GM Dave Dombrowski go back 40 years
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Dodgers were over-managed in World Series loss
The Los Angeles Dodgers relied too much on their bullpen and not enough on their starters, which cost them in the World Series, according to Al Leiter.
Houston earned this World Series title
Houston earned their World Series title and the city deserves a title after Hurricane Harvey.
The Astros aren’t going anywhere
Repeats are foolish to predict, but the Astros' core will be together for several years
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Carlos Correa proposed to his girlfriend while being interviewed by Ken Rosenthal
His girlfriend, Daniella Rodriguez, said yes.
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Video: Jose Altuve handles the final out to clinch the World Series for the Astros
Watch Jose Altuve handle Corey Seager's grounder for the final out of the 2017 World Series.
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George Springer named MVP of the 2017 World Series
George Springer hit five home runs across seven games in the 2017 World Series and earned MVP honors for his performance.
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Dodgers wasted plenty of opportunities in the World Series
The Dodgers had a lot of opportunities to score that went unrealized throughout all seven games of the World Series.
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Astros defeat Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 to end 55-year championship drought
The Astros came into existence in 1962. In 2017, they won their first ever championship, defeating the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7.
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Astros chase Yu Darvish in the second inning… again
Yu Darvish once again could not get through the second inning against the Astros in a World Series start.
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Here are the World Series Game 7 lineups
The Astros and Dodgers have set their lineups for the seventh and final game of the 2017 World Series.
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As free agency looms, J.D. Martinez hires Scott Boras
In anticipation of free agency, outfielder J.D. Martinez has hired Scott Boras as his new agent.
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Joc Pederson’s home run trot sure was something
And, it seems anyway, not too many people are complaining about it today.
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Gambler allegedly wins $14 million World Series bets . . . and he’s letting it ride tonight
You've gotta ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?"
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Who has advantage in Game 7 of World Series?
In a World Series that has featured many twists and turns, the Dodgers and Astros will put on another thrilling spectacle in Game 7.
Mets hitting coach Kevin Long unlikely to return
Long had been the Mets hitting coach since 2015 and, before that, held the post with the Yankees.
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There is nothing like a World Series Game 7
For the third time in four years we've been blessed with a Game 7. The best thing there is in sports.
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Rich Hill took his time returning to the mound so the L.A. crowd could boo Yuli Gurriel longer
Rich Hill wanted to send Yuli Gurriel a message, so he took his time taking the mound to start the second inning, giving the L.A. crowd a chance to boo Gurriel longer.
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All hands on deck for World Series Game 7
The Astros and Dodgers will have all of their rostered personnel available to them for Wednesday's decisive Game 7 of the World Series.
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Dodgers force World Series Game 7 with 3-1 victory over the Astros
The Dodgers held the Astros at bay, winning 3-1 in Game 6 of the World Series, forcing a decisive Game 7.
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Here are the World Series Game 6 lineups
Here are the lineups for Game 6 of the World Series between the Astros and Dodgers. The Astros will attempt to win their first championship.
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Report: Athletics letting teams know Ryon Healy is available via trade
Matt Olson and Matt Chapman have made Ryon Healy expendable and the Athletics have reportedly let teams know he's available via trade.
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Hunter Pence wore a fan’s ashes in a necklace at Dodger Stadium
When the Dodgers tell you know, Hunter Pence will tell you yes.
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Joe Girardi on Yankees: ‘I thought I’d be back’
Girardi was surprised the Yankees let him go, but thankful that he had ten years in New York
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Rick Honeycutt unlikely to come back as Dodgers pitching coach
He has held the job under four managers and two ownership groups over 12 seasons
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The Marlins prefer to deal Giancarlo Stanton, Dee Gordon and Martin Prado
But that's unlikely to get the $50 million in savings Marlins owners claim they want
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The Astros are a typical Justin Verlander start away from a World Series title
The Dodgers, however, need an unusual Rich Hill start -- one lasting more than five innings -- to force Game 7.
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Phillies make it official and hire Gabe Kapler as their new manager
Kapler has served as director of player development for the Los Angeles Dodgers since 2014
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Police: Bruce Maxwell showed signs of intoxication during arrest
Maxwell was arrested over the weekend
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Nationals officially name Dave Martinez their new manager
Martinez gets a three-year contract with a team option for a fourth
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Dave Roberts blew it by bringing in Morrow
Roberts went with his gut. His gut made the biggest mistake of the Series thus far.
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Dodgers-Astros best World Series in recent history
This year's World Series between the Dodgers and Astros is the greatest in recent history, says John Smoltz, and Game 5 was the perfect example why.
Kershaw's struggles may point to slicker baseballs
After a wild Game 5 of the World Series, Tom Verducci explains why talk continues of slicker baseballs being used.
Fan rips home run ball from sister-in-law’s hand, throws it back on the field
In at least one respect, Game 5 was like the last year in current events: so much crazy stuff happened in such a short period of time that it was hard to focus on any one thing. Indeed, if a game included...
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Game 5: Wild, entertaining, exhausting
Game 5 was totally amazing! Now let's never do it again.
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World Series Game 5 by the numbers
Find out all of the ways in which Game 5 of the World Series was amazing.
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Astros walk off 13-12 after a 10-inning, knock-down, drag-out war with Dodgers
The Astros and Dodgers combined for 25 runs, 28 hits, and 11 walks in Game 5 of the World Series, but it was the Astros who emerged victorious 13-12.
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As “Clayton Kershaw can’t pitch in the playoffs” narrative resurfaces, a reminder
Dodger relievers have done an abysmal job of bailing out Clayton Kershaw in the postseason, which hasn't helped the ace's ERA.
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Clayton Kershaw sets playoff record with eighth home run allowed
Clayton Kershaw has now allowed eight home runs in the playoffs, setting a new record.
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Phillies expected to hire Gabe Kapler as manager
Gabe Kapler, currently the Dodgers' director of player development, is expected to be the next manager of the Phillies.
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A.J. Hinch “likely” won’t use Ken Giles in a save situation in World Series Game 5
Astros manager A.J. Hinch says he "likely" won't hand the ball to Ken Giles in a save situation in Game 5 of the World SEries.
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World Series Game 5 lineups: Enrique Hernandez batting cleanup for Dodgers
Enrique Hernanez, who hit three home runs in Game 5 of the NLCS, will bat cleanup in Game 5 of the World Series.
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Various members of Dodgers, Astros suggest World Series baseballs are slicker
A report from Sports Illustrated quotes various members of the Astros and Dodgers, who say that the balls used during the World Series are slicker than those used during the regular season.
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