12/8/2013 | Angels ready to heat up Winter Meetings
The Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort is an 87-acre, lakefront behemoth, complete with 17 restaurants, 2,267 guest rooms and four 60,000-pound concrete statues depicting the animals within its name. Somewhere in there, the Angels may find a pitcher.
12/8/2013 | Busy lead-up won't slow down Winter Meetings
Although this past week had more big-time signings and trades than normal during the Hot Stove season, the Winter Meetings should be every bit as active as normal, with the stage set for blockbuster moves.
12/8/2013 | Make your own move at Shop's Green Monday sale
It's Green Monday, the latest big date on the holiday shopping calendar. The MLB.com Shop is offering everything at 20 percent off for the occasion plus free ground shipping for orders over $50, so in the spirit of the Winter Meetings let's take a look at some players who already have moved to new clubs this offseason -- and how to cash in on their moves.
12/8/2013 | St. Louis heads to Winter Meetings with pieces in place
Often the setting for some of the offseason's biggest signings and swappings, the Winter Meetings kick off on Monday as an encore to the frenzied week of activity that preceded it.
12/8/2013 | Aggressive Tigers could stay busy at Winter Meetings
One of the most aggressive teams in baseball so far this offseason -- having traded All-Star Prince Fielder and postseason starter Doug Fister, the Tigers now head to the forum where they have traditionally been their busiest: the Winter Meetings.
12/8/2013 | On eve of Winter Meetings, Bucs eye upgrades
The Pirates reached the postseason for the first time since 1992 this past season, and now they're going to Disney World -- that is, to work toward doing it again in 2014. The Bucs are headed to baseball's annual Winter Meetings, which begin Monday.
12/8/2013 | Winter League roundup: KC's Perez leads La Guaira
Royals catcher Salvador Perez went 4-for-5 with four RBIs, as La Guaira topped Aragua.
12/7/2013 | Hot Stove roundup: Calm sets in before Meetings
With Friday's flurry of big moves in the rearview mirror and the baseball world gearing up for the start of the Winter Meetings on Monday, the Hot Stove took a bit of a break on Saturday.
12/7/2013 | Ellsbury, Yankees complete seven-year deal
Jacoby Ellsbury officially completed a seven-year, $153 million contract with the Yankees on Saturday, cashing in his Red Sox for a fresh set of pinstripes.
12/7/2013 | Colletti confirms possibility of trading outfielder
After officially announcing the signing of reliever Brian Wilson, Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti on Saturday confirmed he's open to moving an outfielder.
12/7/2013 | Qualls returns to Astros to fortify bullpen
Reliever Chad Qualls, who was drafted and developed by the Astros and was a key piece of their bullpen during their playoff runs in 2004-05, signed a two-year deal, with a club option for the 2016 season, Saturday to return to Houston.
12/7/2013 | Cherington: Heavy lifting likely done for Red Sox
With Mike Napoli's big bat a successful physical away from officially returning to the Red Sox, general manager Ben Cherington can now focus on luxuries rather than necessities.
12/7/2013 | With Choo likely gone, Hamilton poised to fill void
Billy Hamilton only spent September watching teammate and Shin-Soo Choo, but he made sure to pay close attention to the man he will likely replace as the Reds' leadoff hitter and center fielder. Hamilton wanted to learn from Choo before that as well.
12/7/2013 | Notre Dame set to play in 2013 Pinstripe Bowl
The University of Notre Dame has accepted an invitation to play in the 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on Dec. 28.
12/7/2013 | Mariners were primed to go hard after Cano
With few other big-money commitments and a great need in the middle of their lineup, the Mariners were in a prime position to offer Robinson Cano a 10-year deal.
12/7/2013 | Clubs in search of rare gems at Thursday's Rule 5 Draft
The Rule 5 Draft has been likened to finding diamonds in the rough, or maybe even a needle in a haystack. The annual December Draft gives teams the chance, at a relatively low cost, to find big league talent among a collection of players whose original teams didn't believe were valuable enough to protect on the 40-man roster.
12/6/2013 | Veteran bat Beltran, Yankees an ideal match
Carlos Beltran is a perfect fit for the Yankees, and not just because he makes that lineup significantly better. He's the prototype of what the Yankees want their players to be.
12/6/2013 | Hot Stove roundup: Cano's big deal leads way
The Hot Stove reached ridiculous heat levels Friday, as a handful of free agents signed or agreed to terms -- including the biggest free agent of all. Five-time All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Mariners, according to multiple sources.
12/6/2013 | Yankees reportedly agree to deal with Beltran
The Yankees quickly moved on from second baseman Robinson Cano, agreeing to a three-year, $45 million deal with outfielder Carlos Beltran on Friday evening, according to multiple reports.
12/6/2013 | Veteran slugger Napoli set to return to Red Sox
After losing two starting players from their World Series-winning team earlier in the week, the Red Sox retained a key piece on Friday night by agreeing to terms with first baseman Mike Napoli on a two-year, $32 million deal.
12/6/2013 | At Redsfest, players embrace offseason changes
So much has changed since these guys were last together. As snow fell outside, the Reds gathered inside at the Duke Energy Convention Center for the 2013 edition of Redsfest on Friday. It was the first chance for the club to show off what has changed since the team's Oct. 1 elimination from the playoffs.
12/6/2013 | Mariners have experience dealing in big numbers
Once Robinson Cano's 10-year, $240 million deal becomes official, the mid-market Mariners will have two of the top 11 highest-paid players in Major League history on their current roster. But the club isn't totally new to big deals.
12/6/2013 | Nationals agree to deal with McLouth, adding depth
The Nationals have spent the offseason looking to improve their bench. They took a step forward Friday, agreeing to a two-year deal with outfielder Nate McLouth, pending a physical, a baseball source confirmed to MLB.com. The deal is worth $10.75 million with an option for a third year.
12/6/2013 | Indians steer clear of wild winter spending spree
For all their activity last winter, the 2013 Indians became a playoff team largely on the might of the under-the-radar moves, and GM Chris Antonetti will have to come up with more of the same to build a winner for 2014. Fortunately, he's not in need of another 24-win improvement. And fortunately, his pantry isn't barren in a winter in which the market prices have skyrocketed.
12/6/2013 | Mariners players pumped about Cano deal
Robinson Cano's new Mariners teammates were delighted to learn the former Yankees star had agreed to a reported 10-year, $240 million deal.
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