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Bucs' Huntington offers peek behind curtainPirates GM Neal Huntington, Red Sox GM Ben Cherington and Indians GM Chris Antonetti discussed the state of the game during a panel at the trio's alma mater, the University of Massachusetts Amherst.Share TweetR.A. Dickey and David Price are Cy Young Award winners. Cliff Corcoran says both results were unprecedented in their own way, and not because baseball's best pitcher was denied.Share Tweet
Owners, execs descend on Chicago for meetingsCNNSI.com Nov 14, 2012CHICAGO (AP) -- While the Miami Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays worked on a blockbuster trade with far-reaching implications, major league owners and executives descended on Chicago on Wednesday for the first of two days of meetings.Share TweetAs if the Rays weren't already in a tough spot competing in the American League East, the Blue Jays appear poised to make the division a legitimate five-team dogfight come 2013.Share Tweet
Price focused on enjoying time with RaysThe idea that a player as gifted -- and soon to be expensive -- as David Price may not be long for the low-payroll Rays hung over the American League Cy Young Award proceedings on Wednesday.Share TweetTOKYO (AP) -- Pitcher Kyuji Fujikawa of the Hanshin Tigers was one of four professional baseball players in Japan who became unrestricted free agents Wednesday in hopes of moving to Major League Baseball.Share TweetSAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Jeremy Affeldt wanted some job security -- and the reliable reliever got it.Share Tweet
Giancarlo Stanton Is A Master Of Mashing Taters And Wordplaydeadspin.com Nov 14, 2012Giancarlo Stanton, the only good player left on the now decimated Miami Marlins roster, was not happy about his team trading away all of its good players. As we told you last night, he expressed his displeasure on Twitter: More »Share Tweet
Veteran reliever Fuentes elects to retireLeft-hander Brian Fuentes, who pitched 12 Major League seasons for six teams, told his hometown newspaper Wednesday he has decided to retire.Share Tweet
Angels sign seven players to Minor League dealsThe Angels, still looking to make a splash in the free-agent market to address their pitching staff, recently signed seven players to Minor League contracts.Share Tweet
Cherington reflects on his journey with Red SoxBen Cherington visited the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Tuesday, talking about job challenges, as well as his relationships with agents and fellow GMs.Share Tweet
Melvin set to welcome back Colon next seasonESPN.com Nov 14, 2012Bartolo Colon will be welcomed back to the Oakland Athletics with no hard feelings -- at least by newly crowned AL Manager of the Year Bob Melvin.Share Tweet
Montgomery: Phils have challenging work to doWell, the Florida Marlins sure are making a lot of noise this offseason. Conversely, the Phillies have been relatively quiet, but they do have a lot of hard work ahead of them, as team president David Montgomery expressed this week.Share TweetFor the second straight year, the Tigers made a big free agency splash by signing Torii Hunter for $26 million over two years.Share Tweet
Scully, Mattingly, Werner to be honored at ceremonyRed Sox chairman Tom Werner, legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully and Dodgers manager Don Mattingly will all be honored at a ceremony in Los Angeles in January.Share TweetMIAMI (AP) -- The attendance-challenged Miami Marlins have antagonized fans yet again by deciding a low-budget team is good enough for their new ballpark.Share Tweet
Fenway to host more runners in annual charity raceThe fourth annual Run-Walk to Home Base could have as many as 4,000 runners cross home plate at Fenway Park on May 4, 2013.Share Tweet
On comeback trail, Beachy eyeing mid-June returnWhen Brandon Beachy celebrates Thanksgiving next week, he will be five months removed from Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery and approximately seven months away from being cleared to rejoin Atlanta's rotation.Share Tweet
HOF announces memorabilia for Giants exhibitThe Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's Autumn Glory exhibit, which honors World Series champions, opens Friday with numerous artifacts from the Giants' road to their 2012 World Series title.Share Tweet
Sarah's Take: Dodgers will do what it takes to winIt is hard for me to change completely within less than a year, but I am delighted to see the Dodgers have owners committed to establishing a perennial winning franchise.Share TweetThe Rangers are going to play at least one and possibly two exhibition games in San Antonio next spring. A press conference is scheduled for Friday to announce which team will play the Rangers at the Alamodome during the middle of Spring Training.Share Tweet
Gee helps out Sandy victims, deflects trade talkMets right-hander Dillon Gee and reliever Bobby Parnell helped collect food donations at Citi Field to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims on Wednesday. Gee is doing his best to ignore talk of the Mets potentially trading him.Share TweetThe Cubs decided right-hander Scott Baker was worth gambling on even though he missed all of 2012 after having Tommy John surgery.Share Tweet
Despite Toronto ties, Cox has no plans to returnBobby Cox has always savored the friendships and experiences he gathered while serving as the Blue Jays' manager during the early 1980s. But he is not interested in ending his retirement to fill Toronto's managerial vacancy.Share Tweet
Dear Marlins: This longtime fan is trading you for another teamyahoo.com Nov 14, 2012Editor's note: Michael Lawson is one of the many Marlins fans who are saying 'enough is enough' after the franchise embarked on the third fire sale of its relatively short history on Tuesday. Here's a letter he sent to Big League Stew resigning his pos…Share Tweetyahoo.com Nov 14, 2012Miami Marlins fans aren't the only ones getting a raw deal after Jeffrey Loria kicked his fire sale into high gear on Tuesday. Also getting jobbed? Slater, Mark Buehrle's increasingly (and unfairly) maligned American Staffordshire terrier. You might rem…Share TweetChinese Taipei is looking to qualify for a spot in its third straight World Baseball Classic in a group that includes New Zealand, the Philippines and a Thailand squad featuring Johnny Damon.Share Tweet
Cheapskate Loria dupes Fish fans againCNNSI.com Nov 14, 2012If the Miami Marlins are going to dump their team every year, their new manager should be John Calipari. Why not? He can win some games, sell a bunch of tickets and sell a bunch more T-shirts -- and then announce in December that he traded his entire st…Share Tweet
Rangers honor 'Faces of Freedom' with trip to DCAs part of the Faces of Freedom Program, the Rangers arranged to send 14 veterans and their guests on a two-day trip to Washington, D.C., to tour the famous monuments and meet with U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions.Share Tweet
Brewers OF Aoki to sit out WBC for JapanESPN.com Nov 14, 2012Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Norichika Aoki has decided not to participate in next year's World Baseball Classic, becoming the latest Japanese major leaguer to opt out of the tournament.Share Tweet
After fire sale of Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson & others, Miami Marlins - and baseball in South Florida - could be innydailynews.com Nov 14, 2012It didn't take long for Jeffrey Loria to blow up his grand plan to create an instant winner in his spanking-new, taxpayer-funded stadium in Miami. Less than one year exactly, and nobody in baseball, especially the Yankees, can be particularly happy over…Share Tweet
There's Shrewd, There's Genius, Then There's Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loriagrantland.com Nov 14, 2012The Toronto Blue Jays and Miami Marlins pulled off a 12-player trade, one that's being hailed as a gigantic upgrade for the Jays and the latest fire s...Share Tweet
About the Previous Evening: Lakers Lose, Spartans Win, and All the Marlins Get Tradedgrantland.com Nov 14, 2012Pretty much every morning, About Last Night provides you with the essential sports headlines that you need to know. This is not one of those mornings....Share Tweet
Hunter, Tigers Agree To 2-Year DealNov 14Free-agent Torii Hunter has reached agreement on a two-year, $26 million deal with the Tigers pending a physical.
R.A. Dickey On Winning NL Cy YoungNov 14R.A. Dickey joins "SportsCenter" after becoming the third Mets pitcher to win the NL Cy Young Award.
David Price On Winning AL Cy YoungNov 14David Price joins "SportsCenter" to talk about topping Justin Verlander for the AL Cy Young Award.
R.A. Dickey Wins NL Cy Young AwardNov 14R.A. Dickey first knuckleball pitcher to win Cy Young Award.