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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.Upvote 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.Upvote Share Tweet
Owners, execs descend on Chicago for meetingsCHICAGO (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.Upvote 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.Upvote 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.Upvote 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.Upvote Share Tweetnytimes.com Updated Nov 14, 2012For the second straight year, the Tigers made a big free agency splash by signing Torii Hunter for $26 million over two years.Upvote 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.Upvote 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.Upvote 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.Upvote Share Tweet
Cheapskate Loria dupes Fish fans againIf 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…Upvote Share Tweet
After fire sale of Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson & others, Miami Marlins - and baseball in South Florida - could be innydailynews.com Updated 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…Upvote Share Tweet
There's Shrewd, There's Genius, Then There's Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loriagrantland.com Updated 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...Upvote Share Tweet
David Price On Winning AL Cy YoungNov 14David Price joins "SportsCenter" to talk about topping Justin Verlander for the AL Cy Young Award.
David Price Wins AL Cy Young AwardNov 14Curt Schilling on David Price winning the AL Cy Young award.
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Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.