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Reliever Wade Davis retires after 13 major league seasons
Free agent pitcher Wade Davis, a three-time All-Star, is retiring after 13 major league seasons at 36.
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Cohen’s Twitter tirade only makes Mets look worse
Rich Eisen reacts to New York Mets owner Steven Cohen taking to Twitter to whine about losing free agent Steven Matz to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Frazier and Odor released by Yankees
Clint Frazier and Rougned Odor were released by the Yankees after they were designated for assignment and went unclaimed on waivers.
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MLB, union move tender deadline amid lockout uncertainty
The league moved up the deadline to allow teams to offer contracts to players in order to avoid limbo.
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Will A-Rod's steroid use sink his HOF chances?
Alex Rodriguez headlines the group of new names on the 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, and Dan Patrick wonders whether voters will treat him more kindly than they have other steroid users like Barry...
Anthony DeSclafani, Giants reach agreement on 3-year, $36M contract
Right-hander Anthony DeSclafani reached agreement on a three-year, $36 million contract to remain with the Giants.
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Angels sign reliever Aaron Loup for 2 years, $17 million
Left-handed reliever Aaron Loup has agreed to a two-year, $17 million deal with the Angels.
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Former Indians All-Star reliever Doug Jones dies at 64
The newly renamed Cleveland Guardians announced that former Indians All-Star reliever Doug Jones died at the age of 64.
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Giants’ Posey, Orioles Mancini win Comeback Players of the Year
Giants catcher Buster Posey and Orioles slugger Trey Mancini were named Comeback Players of the Year for their respective divisions.
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Ortiz, Howard, Lincecum, A-Rod new to Hall of Fame ballot
David Ortiz, Ryan Howard, Tim Lincecum, and Alex Rodriguez are among 13 first-time candidates on the Hall of Fame ballot of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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Red Sox pick up Alex Cora’s 2-year option
The Red Sox picked up Alex Cora's option for two more seasons, rewarding him for taking them to the ALCS in his first year back after serving his one-year suspension.
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Tyler Wade traded from Yankees to Angels
Speedy utility player Tyler Wade was traded from the Yankees to the Angels for a player to be named or cash.
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Japanese outfielder Seiya Suzuki available for MLB teams
Japanese outfielder Seiya Suzuki will be posted by his Japanese club and will be available for bidding by Major League Baseball teams.
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Clint Frazier cut by Yanks after another injury-filled year
Clint Frazier's tenure with the Yankees may have ended after five unfulfilling seasons when he was designated for assignment along with Rougned Odor and Tyler Wade.
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Diamondbacks hire Brent Strom as pitching coach
The Arizona Diamondbacks are going with former Astros coach Brent Strom as their pitching coach for the 2021 season.
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Rockies, catcher Elias Díaz agree to 3-year, $14.5M contract
The Rockies and catcher Elias Díaz have agreed to a 3-year deal worth $14.5M
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Texas manager Chris Woodward gets extension to 2023
Rangers manager Chris Woodward had his contract extended by the team through 2023 despite their subpar record in 2021.
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Syndergaard says Angels flew in while Mets were distracted
Noah Syndergaard is excited to join the Los Angeles Angels after the New York Mets did not wow him with their commitment to resign.
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Manfred: Lockout preferred to in-season strike if no deal
Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred signaled that owners will likely lock out players before they allow an in-season strike.
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Ohtani might have had the greatest MLB season ever
Dan Patrick talks about Shohei Ohtani's MVP year, which may be the greatest season of all time.
Ohtani voted AL MVP for 2-way season, Harper wins NL honor
Shohei Ohtani was unanimously voted AL MVP for a two-way season not seen since Babe Ruth, and Bryce Harper earned the NL honor for the second time.
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Report: Mets, Eppler near 4-year GM deal
The Mets are close to completing a deal to hire Billy Eppler as general manager, according to a report.
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Brandon Belt stays with Giants, accepts $18.4M qualifying offer
First-baseman Brandon Belt will stay in San Francisco after accepting an $18.4 million qualifying offer from the Giants.
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Verlander agrees to 1-year, $25M with Astros
Justin Verlander will return to the Houston Astros for the 2022 season after signing a one-year, $25 million dollar deal.
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Ichiro Suzuki to be inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame
After spending 14 years with the Seattle Mariners, Ichiro Suzuki will be inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame on August 27th, 2022.
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Blue Jays lefty Robbie Ray bounces back, wins AL Cy Young
Toronto Blue Jays left-handed pitcher Robbie Ray capped off a great bounce back season with the AL Cy Young award.
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Was Correa wrong to criticize Jeter's Gold Gloves?
Rich Eisen does not hold back discussing Carlos Correa's comments regarding New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter's Gold Glove awards.
Cash wins 2nd straight Manager of the Year; Kapler NL winner
For Kevin Cash, being mentioned in the same sentence with Bobby Cox is an honor.
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Angels lure Noah Syndergaard away from Mets
Right-hander Noah Syndergaard has agreed to terms on $21 million, one-year deal with the Los Angeles Angels, leaving the New York Mets.
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Report: Blue Jays, Jose Berrios reach deal for 7 years, $131M
The Blue Jays reportedly reached an agreement with Jose Berrios on a seven-year, $131 million deal, pending a physical.
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Rays OF Arozarena, Reds 2B India named Rookies of the Year
It didn't feel like Randy Arozarena was a rookie this season. He certainly didn't play like one, either.
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Guardians MLB team settles lawsuit with roller derby club
Cleveland will have two teams called the Guardians.
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Giants manager Kapler gets contract extension through 2024
San Francisco won a franchise-best 107 games this season.
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LHP Joely Rodríguez stays with Yankees, gets new 1-year deal
Left-handed relief pitcher Joely Rodríguez signed a 1-year deal with the New York Yankees.
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Astros center fielder Jake Meyers has shoulder surgery
Houston Astros center fielder Jake Meyers had shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum he suffered during the 2021 season.
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Longtime Royals baseball scout Art Stewart dies at 94
Longtime baseball scout Art Stewart passed away at the age of 94, after beginning his career with the New York Yankees he became the longest tenured scout with the Kansas City Royals.
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Brewers hire Ozzie Timmons, Connor Dawson as hitting coaches
The Milwaukee Brewers hired Ozzie Timmons and Connor Dawson to split the hitting coach duties for the 2021 season.
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Quiet GM meetings end without hint of CBA resolution
A looming lockout at the expiration of baseball's collective bargaining agreement Dec. 1 didn't change much at the general manager's meetings this week.
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Possibility of universal DH could affect roster decisions
If the universal designated hitter returns to the National League for good next season, don't expect the role to be filled with an aging superstar.
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Hendriks, Hader selected as top MLB relievers of 2021
Liam Hendricks and Josh Hader both received the Reliever of the Year Award for their respective divisions.
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Boras: MLB cancer of trading veterans helped Braves win
Super agent Scott Boras claims baseball's trend of trading away veterans for draft picks gave the Atlanta Braves the opportunity to win the World Series.
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Rangers name Hyers hitting coach, reunite him with Woodward
The Texas Rangers have signed Tim Hyers as their hitting coach after he spent four seasons in the same role for the Boston Red Sox.
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Guerrero, Harper win Hank Aaron Awards for offense
Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Philadelphia's Bryce Harper won Hank Aaron Awards as the outstanding offensive performers in each league.
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Astros GM says Justin Verlander ‘looks like himself’ on mound
Free agent ace Justin Verlander looked healthy and sharp at a showcase for scouts, according to his former general manager with the Astros.
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Cashman says Boone made decision to move Torres to second
Yankees manager Aaron Boone made the decision to shift Gleyber Torres from shortstop to second base late in the season.
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Cubs hire Greg Brown as hitting coach
The Cubs hired Greg Brown as their hitting coach.
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MLB GMs move at usual, slow pace as lockout looms
A lockout is likely when baseball's labor contract expires Dec. 1, which would be the sport's first work stoppage in 26 years.
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Mets’ Sandy Alderson claims New York a deterrent in GM search
Mets President Sandy Alderson says the biggest impediment in the club's dragging search for a general manager isn't his presence nor owner Steve Cohen, but the spotlight created by the New York market.
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Ohtani finalist for MVP, Shildt final 3 for Manager of Year
The BBWAA revealed finalists for AL and NL MVPs, Cy Young Awards, Rookies of the Year and Managers of the Year on Monday night.
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Cardinals bring back LHP McFarland on 1-year deal
Left-handed reliever T.J. McFarland agreed to a one-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals for the 2022 season.
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