11/27/2013 | D-backs discussing contract with righty Hudson
Right-handed pitcher Daniel Hudson and the D-backs have begun dialogue on a contract that would avoid salary arbitration.
11/27/2013 | Twins have deal with free-agent righty Nolasco
The Twins have signed free-agent right-hander Ricky Nolasco, according to MLB Daily Dish. Minnesota hasn't confirmed the deal, though reports state it could be a four-year contract.
11/27/2013 | Rangers claim outfielder Ortega off waivers from Rox
The Rangers added outfielder Rafael Ortega on a waiver claim from the Rockies on Wednesday, giving them 39 players on the 40-man roster. Ortega, who batted .228 with nine stolen bases for Double-A Tulsa last season, was signed by Colorado as an undrafted free agent out of Venezuela in 2008.
11/27/2013 | Giving thanks to those who make a difference
Thanks to 74,026,895 fans who attended Major League Baseball games in 2013, making it the sixth-best single-season crowd total and ensuring that the 10 most-attended seasons have all come in the last decade. Here's to many more in 2014.
11/27/2013 | Former pitcher, war vet Brissie dies at 89
Lou Brissie, a veteran of World War II and a former All-Star in the waning years of Connie Mack's tenure with the Philadelphia Athletics, has passed away, according to a report in The New York Times. Brissie was 89 years old, and his Major League career took place after he had served in the military.
11/27/2013 | Lawrie among finalists for O'Neill Award
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame released a list of finalists for the annual James "Tip" O'Neill Award on Wednesday afternoon, a list that includes Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie.
11/27/2013 | Lilly re-evaluating, wants to try to pitch again
Rumors on Wednesday afternoon had Ted Lilly, a 15-year Major League veteran, prepared to turn in his spikes. But his agent, Larry O'Brien, told The Associated Press that night his client isn't yet ready to call it quits.
11/27/2013 | Arguelles clears waivers, outrighted to Omaha
Left-handed pitcher Noel Arguelles cleared waivers and was assigned outright to Triple-A Omaha, the Royals announced on Wednesday.
11/27/2013 | Astros expect to accelerate talks at Winter Meetings
The first month of baseball free agency has been a quiet one for the Astros, who remain committed to upgrading their roster this winter. They have the resources to improve the offense and bolster the bullpen, but they aren't in any hurry to get things done. All that could change in the next 10 days with the approach of baseball's annual Winter Meetings, held Dec. 9-12 in Orlando, Fla.
11/27/2013 | Dominicans to celebrate World Baseball Classic title
Several members of the Dominican Republic's 2013 World Baseball Classic championship team will be honored with a parade in their homeland on Thursday.
11/27/2013 | Yankees won't wait around to bolster roster
Despite uncertainties with Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano, the Yankees are looking to acquire talent beyond Brian McCann.
11/27/2013 | Reds re-sign reliever Parra to two-year contract
A significant piece of the Reds bullpen has decided to return. On Wednesday, free-agent lefty reliever Manny Parra was signed to a two-year, $5.5 million contract.
11/27/2013 | Braun: 'All I can do is move on' from suspension
Speaking publicly for the first time since he was suspended in July, Ryan Braun on Wednesday lamented the "huge mistake" that led to his 65-game ban, and said he'd made amends with the sample collector whose character he impugned 19 months ago.
11/27/2013 | Step up to the plate: Dishing out Thanksgiving faves
MLB.com asked big leaguers, coaches, broadcasters and execs what they like to see on the menu at Thanksgiving and for memories of their favorite dishes. Here's what we learned.
11/27/2013 | New names on Hall of Fame ballot bring joy
With Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas headlining the 2014 Hall of Fame ballot, things are going to be different, not to mention happier than in 2013, when no candidate received the necessary 75 percent of the vote.
11/27/2013 | D-backs have future defensive asset in Ahmed
D-backs shortstop prospect Nick Ahmed had impressed with polished glove skills, speed and a strong arm in the field while also developing at the plate.
11/27/2013 | No-nos among choices for pitching performance GIBBY
The 2013 Major League Baseball season brought a trio of no-hitters, a handful of one-hitters and other all-around dominant pitching performances. Now's the chance for fans to pick the best one.
11/27/2013 | Star hurlers unhindered by impact of workload
Interestingly enough, several star hurlers such as Justin Verlander and Clayton Kershaw have demonstrated the ability to not only to shoulder a major workload, but to post better numbers late in the season as their total number of pitches increases.
11/27/2013 | Winter League roundup: Peguero leads Gigantes
Francisco Peguero, the Giants' No. 10 prospect, lined a two-run single to center field with the bases loaded and two outs in the seventh inning as the Gigantes topped Estrellas, 3-2, on Tuesday.
11/27/2013 | Hot Stove roundup: Young, Lopez among signees
On a day that baseball's Hall of Fame ballot was released, it was a fairly busy Tuesday on the Hot Stove circuit, with outfielder Chris Young and reliever Javier Lopez among the players signing.
11/26/2013 | Braves receive approval for new stadium
The Braves have gained the necessary government approval to move forward with their plans to construct a new stadium and a surrounding mixed-use development in Cobb County before the start of the 2017 season.
11/26/2013 | Lopez points to past for keeping Giants in his future
Free-agent reliever Javier Lopez said Giants general manager Brian Sabean's interest in him last season went a long way in him re-signing with the team for three years.
11/26/2013 | Yankees meet with Cano's agents
The Yankees met with the representatives for free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano on Tuesday, but a large gap remains between the two sides, according to multiple reports.
11/26/2013 | Macfarlane to enter Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
Mike Macfarlane developed into the most durable catcher in Royals history and a highly respected 13-year Major Leaguer. That will be recognized Jan. 26 at Springfield, Mo., when he's inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.
11/26/2013 | After Young does homework, Mets pass the test
Outfielder Chris Young chose the Mets over some other clubs based on the great report he received from David Wright, plus the team's aggressive approach in recruiting him.
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