11/29/2012 | Braves likely to seek leadoff outfielder at Meetings
Braves general manager Frank Wren will likely focus on finding an outfielder who could serve as a leadoff hitter when the Winter Meetings commence in Nashville, Tenn.
11/29/2012 | Madson in fold, but Halos still have work to do
The Angels made a crucial move to fortify their bullpen on Wednesday, signing Ryan Madson to a $3.5 million, incentive-laden contract and thus proving they aren't going to be completely hampered by Zack Greinke's lingering free agency.
11/29/2012 | Blue Jays prospect Alford arrested for assault
Blue Jays prospect Anthony Alford was arrested on Wednesday afternoon and charged with aggravated assault for allegedly using a weapon in a threatening manner.
11/29/2012 | GM Hahn: Payroll won't be issue for White Sox
With $89.95 million committed to 10 players and two-to-four arbitration eligible players in the offing, the White Sox payroll for 2013 is approaching the $100 million vicinity. But during a conference call on Thursday afternoon, general manager Rick Hahn said the White Sox are not financially strapped as they head to Nashville on Monday for this year's Winter Meetings.
11/29/2012 | Padres unveil 37-game Spring Training schedule
Ten television games highlight the Padres' Spring Training schedule, which was announced on Thursday. The Padres will open their 37-game slate with their annual charity game against the Mariners on Feb. 22.
11/29/2012 | Ontario pit bull ban spurs Buehrle family to action
Mark Buehrle is the proud owner of four dogs, including a pit bull named Slater. In many ways, the animals are an extension of the veteran left-hander's household, but not all members of the Buehrle family will be welcome in the province of Ontario, as pitbulls have been banned in the region since 2005.
11/29/2012 | Angels PA announcer Courtney passes away
David Courtney, a heralded public-address announcer for the Angels, Kings and Clippers in Southern California, has died, the Angels confirmed on Thursday.
11/29/2012 | Beinfest addresses Stanton, contracts before Meetings
Giancarlo Stanton's name will likely come up at the Winter Meetings, but Miami has no intention of trading him, and may at some point consider a long-term deal.
11/29/2012 | Park, all-time winningest Asian-born pitcher, retires
Former All-Star pitcher Chan Ho Park, the Major Leagues' first South Korean-born player and winningest Asian-born pitcher, announced his retirement on Thursday, the Yonhap News Agency reported.
11/29/2012 | Hamilton, Greinke remain on Rangers' radar
There is no clear indication where Josh Hamilton and Zack Greinke will land but the Rangers remain possibilities for both as the Winter Meetings get ready to start on Monday in Nashville, Tenn.
11/29/2012 | O's Jones enjoys playing Santa to needy families
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones took the time on Thursday afternoon to play Santa for Mary Malloy and Nichelle Henson, both single women raising multiple children on their own.
11/29/2012 | Joining revamped Blue Jays has JJ thrilled
Josh Johnson knew his time with the Marlins was likely coming to an end. He just didn't know it would it would happen so quickly.
11/29/2012 | Marlins in search of power bat at Winter Meetings
Most of the Marlins' major moves have already been made, but the organization still has some unfinished business heading into the Winter Meetings.
11/29/2012 | Nats acquire Span from Twins for Minor Leaguer
The Nationals solved their problems in center field on Thursday, acquiring outfielder Denard Span from the Twins for Minor League right-hander Alex Meyer.
11/29/2012 | Giants to keep pedal down as they enter Meetings
Expect general manager Brian Sabean and his staff to do all they can to ensure that San Francisco's success won't grind to a halt. Their efforts will be magnified when baseball's Winter Meetings begin Monday in Nashville.
11/29/2012 | Rays take open-minded approach to Nashville
When the Winter Meetings open up on Monday in Nashville, Tenn., the Rays will continue their search for roster upgrades -- without feeling a time constraint to get something done before the Meetings conclude.
11/29/2012 | Upton a natural fit for Braves
The Atlanta Braves are going to love their new center fielder, and isn't that the bottom line in all of this? B.J. Upton thrives on the big moment and isn't afraid to fail. He'll impact games at the plate and on the bases, and he'll occasionally do things that take your breath away.
11/29/2012 | White Sox building roster for playoff run
The White Sox task when they arrive in Nashville Monday for Major League Baseball's 2012 Winter Meetings is to not only do what they can to catch the Tigers, but also fortify the roster for a run toward another World Series title.
11/29/2012 | Upton brothers discuss wearing Atlanta uniforms
New Braves outfielder B.J. Upton admits that he and his younger brother, D-backs outfielder Justin Upton, have already discussed the possibility of playing together in Atlanta.
11/29/2012 | Rockies have pieces to make moves at Meetings
If GM Dan O'Dowd wants to address the Rockies' needs through deals, he has plenty of assets at his disposal.
11/29/2012 | Former Astro Moore signs with A's
Scott Moore, who hit .259 with nine homers and 26 RBIs in a part-time role with the Astros last season, has signed a Minor League deal with the A's with an invitation to Spring Training.
11/29/2012 | Top arms intact, Yankees prep for Nashville
As the Yankees prepare for the Winter Meetings, which will begin on Monday in Nashville, Tenn., they do so with the knowledge that starting pitchers Hiroki Kuroda and Andy Pettitte are back in the fold for 2013.
11/29/2012 | Expect quiet Cardinals to be chirping at Meetings
Having been nearly silent on the signing front so far this offseason, perhaps baseball's annual Winter Meetings -- set to take place from Monday until next Thursdayin Nashville, Tenn. -- will be the jump-start for the Cardinals' winter work.
11/29/2012 | Big names could be on the block for Twins
With baseball's annual Winter Meetings on the horizon, the offseason should pick up for the club and general manager Terry Ryan.
11/29/2012 | MLB, union near agreement on expanded testing
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association are moving closer to an agreement on expanded testing for performance-enhancing substances that could be in place as early as next season.
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