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12/3/2013 | D-backs non-tender oft-injured righty Hudson
The D-backs tendered contracts to right-handers Josh Collmenter and Brad Ziegler, lefty Joe Thatcher and outfielder Gerardo Parra before Monday night's deadline, but did not tender one to injured pitcher Daniel Hudson.

12/2/2013 | Marlins make offer to catcher Saltalamacchia
A Palm Beach County native, Jarrod Saltalamacchia is one of the top catchers available in free agency. According to an industry source, the Marlins have made an offer to the offensive-minded switch-hitting backstop.

12/2/2013 | Molina inks two-year deal to return to Rays
Jose Molina will be back behind the plate for the Rays in 2014, as the team has signed him to a two-year, $4.5 million deal.

12/2/2013 | O's send Johnson to Oakland for Weeks
The Orioles made their first big move of the winter late Monday night, trading All-Star closer Jim Johnson to the Athletics in exchange for infielder Jemile Weeks and a player to be named.

12/2/2013 | Fister trade shows Nationals won't settle
A team that takes an existing strength and makes it even stronger is a team that won't accept second place as a way of life. For the purposes of this discussion, the team in question is the Washington Nationals. They bolstered an already impressive starting rotation Monday with the acquisition of Doug Fister in a trade with the Detroit Tigers.

12/2/2013 | Fister a fantastic addition to Nationals rotation
This is a tremendous acquisition for Washington, writes columnist Richard Justice. A team that was already among baseball's best got better, trading three young players for right-hander Doug Fister from the Tigers.

12/2/2013 | Axford a free agent after Cards don't tender contract
Unwilling to pay the salary John Axford would have commanded in the arbitration process, the Cardinals non-tendered the right-handed reliever Monday. As a result, Axford becomes a free agent a little more than three months after the Cardinals acquired him in an trade with Milwaukee.

12/2/2013 | Fuld, Wright non-tendered by Tampa Bay
The Rays non-tendered Sam Fuld and Wesley Wright, and the two are now free agents. Tampa Bay did tender contracts to its seven arbitration-eligible players: David Price, Jake McGee, Cesar Ramos, Matt Joyce, Jeremy Hellickson, Sean Rodriguez and Jose Lobaton.

12/2/2013 | Bailey, Kalish non-tendered by Red Sox
The Red Sox non-tendered two players who had a hard time staying healthy the last couple of years -- Andrew Bailey and Ryan Kalish.

12/2/2013 | Pirates mourn passing of 24-year-old outfielder
Minor League outfielder Evan Chambers passed away in his sleep over the weekend, leaving the Pirates organization in mourning over the loss of a talented player and beloved teammate.

12/2/2013 | Kazmir could be A's next comeback story
Veteran left-hander Scott Kazmir hopes to add to the Oakland A's legacy of getting the most out of players thought to be risky free-agent signings.

12/2/2013 | Nationals land Fister from Tigers for three players
Doug Fister helped give the Tigers' rotation a strong top four last season, and now it appears he will do the same for the Nationals in 2014. The Nationals acquired the veteran right-hander from the Tigers on Monday night in exchange for left-handers Ian Krol and Robbie Ray and infielder Steve Lombardozzi.

12/2/2013 | Tigers look to future, deal Fister to Nationals
The Tigers are no longer a team with six starting pitchers for five spots. They pulled off their second major trade in two weeks Monday night, sending Doug Fister to the Nationals for lefty reliever Ian Krol, infielder/outfielder Steve Lombardozzi and lefty starting prospect Robbie Ray.

12/2/2013 | Orioles reach deal with Reimold, tender seven others
The Orioles agreed to a one-year deal with Nolan Reimold on Monday night and tendered contracts to their other arbitration-eligible players. Reimold, 30, is recovering from a second neck surgery and will make a base salary of $1,025,000 in 2014.

12/2/2013 | Angels non-tender Williams, Hanson, two others
The Angels non-tendered starters Jerome Williams and Tommy Hanson, third baseman Chris Nelson and reliever Juan Gutierrez on Monday, saving roughly $10 million in projected salaries for 2014.

12/2/2013 | Tribe non-tenders catcher Marson, two others
The Indians decided against tendering Lou Marson a contract for the 2014 season, making the catcher a free agent this offseason. The Tribe did tender contracts to six of its nine arbitration-eligible players, a list that includes Justin Masterson, Michael Brantley, Drew Stubbs, Marc Rzepczynski, Vinnie Pestano and Josh Tomlin.

12/2/2013 | Switch to sidearm delivery pays dividends for Smith
Reluctant at first to switch to a sidearm delivery in college, new Halos reliever Joe Smith has parlayed the success into a lucrative three-year deal.

12/2/2013 | Prospect Matzek developing in ascent through system
When Tyler Matzek was selected as the No. 11 overall pick by the Colorado Rockies in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, I think the attention surrounding the left-handed pitcher was almost a bit unfair. Fast forward four seasons, and Matzek is probably right where he should be in his development.

12/2/2013 | Braves non-tender Janish, E. Johnson, Martinez
Paul Janish and Elliot Johnson provided some valuable contributions after the Braves pushed them into starting roles at times over the past two seasons. But the two backup infielders might now be looking for a new employer.

12/2/2013 | Swarzak, Duensing, Plouffe tendered contracts
The Twins tendered contracts to right-hander Anthony Swarzak, left-hander Brian Duensing and third baseman Trevor Plouffe before Monday's 11 p.m. CT deadline, the club announced.

12/2/2013 | Tigers retain Kelly with $1M deal before deadline
On the last day for Major League teams to cut ties with arbitration-eligible players by not offering a contract, the Tigers avoided that fate with Don Kelly by signing the super utility man to a one-year, $1 million contract for next season.

12/2/2013 | Bucs acquire Stewart to serve as Martin's backup
Catcher Chris Stewart, acquired by the Pirates from the Yankees on Monday, projects as the backup for old Bronx Bombers teammate Russell Martin.

12/2/2013 | Reimold among O's likely to receive tenders
The Orioles are expected to tender a contract to all nine of their arbitration-eligible players in advance of Monday night's 11:59 ET deadline, including outfielder Nolan Reimold.

12/2/2013 | Rebound season nets Kazmir two-year deal with A's
The A's are in the final stages of adding lefty Scott Kazmir to their rotation on a two-year agreement, a Major League source confirmed to on Monday.

12/2/2013 | Moore has Royals pointed in right direction
If you congratulate Royals general manager Dayton Moore on his two-year contract extension, he'll shift the conversation to others.

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