This is the December 3, 2012 news archive. View today's NL West rumors and news.
NL West News and Rumors
After Day 1 of the winter meetings, what did we learn? The cost of an outfielder varies greatly, the Yankees' plans have been altered and there's a starter stalemate, says Joe Lemire.Share TweetNot that anyone was keeping score, but the Padres might well have struck the first deal of the 2012 Winter Meetings in Nashville.Share Tweet(AP) -- Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera is going to play for Venezuela in the upcoming World Baseball Classic.Share TweetNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A person familiar with the negotiations says catcher Mike Napoli and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to a $39 million, three-year contract.Share Tweet
Colletti calm, but knows he has work to doThe Dodgers have the highest payroll in the Major Leagues at $198.3 million, having pushed the Yankees down from their perennial perch, and Los Angeles doesn't appear to be finished spending.Share Tweet
Rockies seek proven pitchers in trade talksIt will take no less than established starting pitching to pry either Dexter Fowler or Michael Cuddyer from the Rockies' outfield.Share TweetThe Dodgers have talked to the Mets about a trade for National League Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey, according to a baseball source.Share Tweet
Giants unveil 37-game Spring Training slateVariety highlights the Giants' 2013 exhibition schedule announced Monday, as the World Series champions will face each of their Cactus League brethren at least once at home.Share Tweet
Done Deals: Ben Revere trade to Philly caps winter meetings activityyahoo.com Dec 3, 2012We kept a running list of trades and signings that went down during the winter meetings. Thanks for reading and come back for more signings and trades as the offseason continues! Thursday Twins send Ben Revere to Phillies for Vance Worley, Trevor May Fo…Share TweetNASHVILLE -- An idea has germinated in the minds of some clubs that Josh Hamilton can be had for as little as four years. I don't blame teams such as the Red Sox, Orioles, Brewers and Mariners for thinking Hamilton comes with enough concerns (injuries, …Share Tweet