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12/10/2013 | Buchholz regaining arm strength

The Red Sox envision right-hander Clay Buchholz being back at full strength and hopefully ready to pick up where he left off early in 2013, when he pitched like a Cy Young Award candidate.


12/10/2013 | Pedroia should be full go for Spring Training

Though Dustin Pedroia is still recovering from left thumb surgery, the expectation is that he should be fully ready to go by Spring Training.


12/10/2013 | Texas prospect earns award for most homers in Minors

Rangers third base prospect Joey Gallo was presented the Joe Bauman Trophy by Musco Sports Lighting on Monday at the annual Winter Meetings for leading the Minor Leagues in home runs.


12/10/2013 | Steiner Sports brings Yanks' 'Core Four' together

After all of those years, all of those parades up Broadway, all of those records, all of those awards, all of those cheers, all of those good times and all of those farewells, the Yankees' "Core Four" gathered together Monday night in New York.


12/10/2013 | AFL administrator named Woman Executive of Year

Arizona Fall League senior administrator Joan McGrath was presented the Rawlings Woman Executive of the Year Award on Monday at the Winter Meetings.


12/10/2013 | Winter League roundup: Sanchez paces bats

A five-run inning in the Venezuelan League -- thanks in part to a 3-for-3 outing by Hector Sanchez -- and a 16-hit performance in the Puerto Rican League made the difference in Monday's Winter League games.


12/9/2013 | Teams showing interest in Nats' Storen, Clippard

According to a baseball source, "a lot of teams" have asked about the Nationals' setup men -- Tyler Clippard and Drew Storen -- at the Winter Meetings, but, as of right now, talks have not heated up.


12/9/2013 | Yankees send congratulations Torre's way

Joe Torre quipped that a wave of emotions had "hit him like a sledgehammer" once the longtime big league manager learned that he had been unanimously selected to the Baseball of Hall of Fame via the 16-voter Expansion Era Committee.


12/9/2013 | With most work done, A's expect quiet Winter Meetings

The A's worked in fast fashion last week, reeling in five players in four separate moves in a matter of two days, so it's of no real surprise they're not exactly zealous to get another deal done this week at the Winter Meetings, which conclude Thursday.


12/9/2013 | Ending attempt at comeback, Prior retires

After a series of injuries and several comeback attempts, it appears Mark Prior is ready to call it a career. The right-hander, now 33, was in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Monday for the Winter Meetings, where he told reporters he was retiring.


12/9/2013 | Halladay comes full circle with Blue Jays

Though Roy Halladay enjoyed his four years in Philadelphia, Toronto was his big league home, both at the beginning and at the end.


12/9/2013 | With roster in flux, Price's managerial style on hold

The Reds will be a different team in 2014. But the degree of difference is all in the details, and it's hard to know how many details are yet to be revealed. That's why Bryan Price didn't always have a direct answer to questions Monday about his managerial philosophies, because the truth is that such philosophies are shaped by personnel, and the Reds' roster is very much in flux.


12/9/2013 | O's confident they'll make additions at Meetings

Despite not making any new offers since landing in Florida on Sunday, the Orioles met with numerous free agents and discussed potential trade scenarios Monday and remain optimistic that they'll upgrade the roster before leaving the Winter Meetings.


12/9/2013 | Nats GM Rizzo likes McLouth's skill set, experience

Nate McLouth hasn't taken his physical yet, but that didn't stop Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo from explaining why the Nationals signed the left-handed-hitting outfielder.


12/9/2013 | Trumbo draws attention at Day 1 of Winter Meetings

Mark Trumbo's name was a popular one at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort on Monday, with MLB Network Insiders Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reporting that Trumbo is "in play" and Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com saying that up to 12 teams have expressed interest.


12/9/2013 | Furcal enthusiastic about opportunity with Marlins

When the Marlins approached Rafael Furcal about switching to second base, the 14-year Major League shortstop immediately embraced the idea.


12/9/2013 | Byrnes sees Headley as part of Padres' future

As expected, another round of rumors began circulating Sunday night about third baseman Chase Headley, with several linking the Padres and White Sox as potential trade partners, but it seems unlikely that San Diego will trade its 2012 MVP candidate.


12/9/2013 | Padres line up bullpen upgrades at Meetings

Padres general manager Josh Byrnes hadn't completed any trades or signed anyone as of Monday evening, but the club is set up to move quickly after spending the first full day of the Winter Meetings focused on upgrading the bullpen.


12/9/2013 | D-backs sorting out options at Winter Meetings

Kevin Towers is a man with options. The D-backs general manager came to the Winter Meetings with a bit of money to spend -- maybe $15 million -- and much sought-after trade chips. Having the pieces and being willing to deal them are two different things, however.


12/9/2013 | Platoon in left an option for Tigers

Tigers team president/general manager Dave Dombrowski talked with several clubs and representatives for quite a few free agents on the first day of baseball's annual Winter Meetings. However, Dombrowski continues to insist the club is not involved on the top free agents on the market.


12/9/2013 | Dodgers looking into reunion with Wright

If the Dodgers add a long reliever, as general manager Ned Colletti recently said is a possibility, one candidate on the club's radar is Jamey Wright, who served in the role nicely in 2012.


12/9/2013 | Giants feel no pressure to upgrade left field

The Giants' trade talks for a left fielder so far have amounted to wasted breath, but general manager Brian Sabean sounded fully prepared to enter the season with Gregor Blanco and a homegrown, right-handed-batting complement -- likely Juan Perez -- sharing left field, which was a disappointing source of offense last season.


12/9/2013 | Cards GM Mozeliak preaching patience at Meetings

A right-handed-hitting infielder remains atop the Cardinals' offseason wish list, but general manager John Mozeliak said he feels no pressure to ensure that a deal gets done during his four-day stay at the Winter Meetings.


12/9/2013 | Price's value evident in long list of suitors

David Price's trade worth might never get any higher, and Joe Maddon and the Rays know it. In his prime at 28 and under club control for two more seasons, Price stands tall among the elite. The bidders are jockeying for position, poised to take their best shots.


12/9/2013 | Span surprised, disappointed to hear trade rumors

Denard Span went through some early tough times during his first season with the Nationals before a hot second half showed the club what it expected to get when it acquired him from the Twins last November. Yet at times this offseason, there have been questions about whether Span will get the chance to give Washington that full year of production.




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