This is the December 9, 2012 news archive. View today's MLB rumors and news.
The Rays acquired the following four players on Sunday night in a deal with the Royals that sent James Shields, Wade Davis and a player to be named to Kansas City.Share Tweet
The Cleveland Indians have agreed to a one-year contract with free agent slugger Mark Reynolds, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.Share TweetThe Dodgers signed Korean left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu shortly before a Sunday deadline, wrapping up a productive weekend in which they may have acquired their No. 2 and 3 starting pitchers.Share TweetCNNSI.com Dec 9, 2012Report: Rangers offer top prospect Olt for DickeyShare Tweet
Lindblom, Bonilla bring power arms to RangersThe Rangers got two quality pitchers in a trade that was approved by Major League Baseball on Sunday. Josh Lindblom should be a part of the bullpen and prospect Lisalverto Bonilla adds to their collection of strong arms in their farm system.Share Tweet
Japanese phenom Otani to stay in JapanJapanese pitcher Shohei Otani might sign with a Major League team at some point, but it won't happen this year. The 18-year-old right-hander announced on Sunday that he will start his professional career with Japan's Nippon Ham Fighters.Share Tweet
Hometown hero Rizzo hosts 'Walk Off for Cancer' 5KSunday was Anthony Rizzo Day, as the city honored the Cubs first baseman who hosted his first "Walk Off for Cancer" fundraiser at Pine Trails Park.Share TweetThe Philadelphia Phillies have acquired seven-time All-Star infielder Michael Young from the Texas Rangers for two relief pitchers.Share Tweet
MLB seeking to ID at-risk players, sources sayESPN.com Dec 9, 2012The Jovan Belcher murder-suicide motivated Major League Baseball to gather information last week for behavioral profiles that could enable teams to ID players who may need assistance or intervention, sources say.Share TweetIn the end, Greinke is ending up where most everyone thought he'd end up. In the end, it's the Dodgers, baseball's destination event for whom petty cash is no object.Share Tweet
D-backs, infielder Chavez finalize one-year dealESPN.com Dec 9, 2012The Arizona Diamondbacks and infielder Eric Chavez finalized a $3 million, one-year contract Saturday.Share Tweet