11/24/2015 | Marlins, Mariners reportedly talking Ozuna deal
Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna has been a frequent subject of rumors this offseason, and it appears one team has emerged as a potential landing spot. ESPN.com reported Tuesday evening that the Seattle Mariners are discussing a deal to acquire Ozuna from the Marlins.
11/24/2015 | Rumor from the Bronx: Nova on the block?
The free agent and trade markets were both relatively quiet on Tuesday, but there's rumblings of several transactions to come, from coaching changes to big-name signings.
11/24/2015 | Mays, Berra honored with Medal of Freedom
On Tuesday night, Willie Mays and the late Yogi Berra were among the 17 recipients of the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. Larry Berra, the oldest Berra son, accepted the medal on his father's behalf.
11/24/2015 | Angels sign catcher Soto to 1-year deal
The Angels signed free-agent catcher Geovany Soto to a one-year, $2.8 million deal on Tuesday, giving them a veteran complement to the young Carlos Perez behind the plate.
11/24/2015 | Francoeur returning to Phillies a possibility
Jeff Francoeur made his feelings about the Phillies pretty clear late last season.
11/24/2015 | Angels name Black as special assistant to GM
The Angels announced Tuesday that they have hired Bud Black as a special assistant to new general manager Billy Eppler, as was initially reported by MLB.com last week.
11/24/2015 | McGwire expected to be Padres' bench coach
The Padres are reportedly expected to hire Mark McGwire as bench coach, according to CBS Sports. The club has not confirmed the report.
11/24/2015 | White Sox acquire Kahnle in deal with Rockies
The White Sox on Tuesday acquired right-hander Tommy Kahnle from the Rockies in exchange for Minor League right-hander Yency Almonte.
11/24/2015 | Inbox: Should Blue Jays focus on Price?
Fans are curious about the Blue Jays' chances at signing David Price, so Gregor Chisholm takes a look at the Hot Stove situation in the Inbox.
11/24/2015 | Zimmerman: No problem in Nats' clubhouse
Ryan Zimmerman said he's already looking forward to what the Nationals can do in 2016,- especially behind newly-minted National League MVP Bryce Harper. Zimmerman spoke to MLB Network about a variety of topics, including what it's like to face the high expectations his club has faced over the last handful of years and what it takes to live up to them.
11/24/2015 | Kasten: Roberts' hiring a 'collective process'
Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, speaking publicly for the first time about the hiring of Dave Roberts as manager, said the person whose decision "mattered the most" was president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman.
11/24/2015 | Offseason innings give Paxton head start on '16
James Paxton is taking a quick break for Thanksgiving with family, but the Mariners' left-hander will be back on the mound Monday in Peoria, Ariz., to throw seven innings of a simulated game as he continues building up his arm following an injury-shortened 2015 season.
11/24/2015 | Ranking aces: Who might land with Sox?
While finishing in last place in the American League East, the Red Sox were reminded of just how difficult it is to compete without a true No. 1 starter. Here is a look at the top four free-agent starters, one of whom is likely to wind up in Boston.
11/24/2015 | Roberts' hiring signals change in opportunities
Dave Roberts has a unique opportunity. The new manager of the Dodgers has become the 15th manager of African-American descent in Major League history, and the one who has inherited the best opportunity for success.
11/24/2015 | After steady 2015, DeSclafani shows promise
When the Reds traded starting pitcher Mat Latos to the Marlins for two prospects on the final day of the 2014 Winter Meetings, it was correctly viewed as a cost-saving move. Before the 2015 season was over, it was already clear that the Reds benefited most from the deal because of Anthony DeSclafani.
11/24/2015 | Inbox: Will Yanks orchestrate Cano reunion?
Could Robinson Cano return to New York? Are Brett Gardner and/or Andrew Miller going to be traded? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
11/24/2015 | Fantasy roundup: Deals to impact rankings
After a sizzling start to the offseason, Major League executives slowed their pace in recent days. But the past week provided several transactions that will impact 2016 draft rankings. The Tigers and A's made multiple moves, and the Blue Jays received a disappointing prognosis on one of their most exciting youngsters.
11/24/2015 | O's add 1B depth with Choi on Minors deal
The Orioles signed first baseman Ji-Man Choi to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, one of eight Minors signings the club announced Tuesday.
11/24/2015 | Puig's best could still be on deck for Dodgers
Yes, there are days when the Dodgers have wondered if Yasiel Puig is worth the trouble, but who trades a 24-year-old outfielder with tremendous numbers, a huge upside and a modest salary?
11/24/2015 | Japanese star Maeda requests posting
According to a report from the Kyodo News, right-hander Kenta Maeda of the Hiroshima Carp in the Japan Central League has asked the Carp to post him, making him available to Major League clubs' bidding.
11/24/2015 | KC rolls out blue carpet for premiere of Series film
Royals owner David Glass has always enjoyed watching dramatic films with happy endings and thus could hardly wait for Monday's Blue Carpet premiere of "The 2015 World Series," produced by MLB Network.
11/24/2015 | Rumor roundup: Dodgers, Nats eye relief gems
The rumor mill revolved around a pair of the game's top relievers on Monday, as both Aroldis Chapman and Darren O'Day were mentioned as potential candidates to be on the move.
11/24/2015 | Ranking prospects showcased in desert
While there weren't as many elite prospects in the Arizona Fall League as the previous two seasons, there still was plenty of intriguing talent.
11/23/2015 | Hutton to be replaced as TV analyst
Tommy Hutton, the popular television color analyst for the Marlins, will not be returning to Fox Sports Florida in 2016. After 19 years in the booth, the team and network are moving in another direction.
11/23/2015 | Zimmerman eager to work under Baker
After volunteering Monday afternoon at Food & Friends, a D.C. organization that delivers nutritious meals to needy people with critical illnesses, Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman sounded excited to play for manager Dusty Baker.
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