• No done deals, but Phils active at Winter Meetings

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Dec 12, 2013
    Source: MLB.com
    • Winter Meetings end with smaller moves, Rule 5 Draft

      A flurry of smaller moves brought the 2013 Winter Meetings to a close, while the yearly Rule 5 Draft gave teams hope for bright futures.
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    • Winners and losers from the winter meetings

      This week's winter meetings were relatively mild, but there were still some clear winners and losers.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Rangers in good shape after Winter Meetings

      The Rangers arrived at the Winter Meetings having already done most of their heavy lifting. So even though general manager Jon Daniels didn't make another move this week, he feels his club is already positioned nicely for 2014.
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    • No big deal for Phillies' Amaro?

      GM Ruben Amaro Jr. likes to land big-name players in the offseason, but may have to settle for depth.
      Source: philly.com
  • Lot of talk, not nearly as much action at Meetings

    For all the hours the Winter Meetings consume, the actual transaction tally they net is often underwhelming. And that was certainly the prevailing notion coming out of this year's event at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort.
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  • Braves make strides at quiet Winter Meetings

    When Braves general manager Frank Wren exited the Winter Meetings on Thursday, he had the same needs he possessed at the start of this four-day event. But Wren seems confident that some of the conversations he had with agents and other executives this w…
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    • Braves busy on multiple fronts at Winter Meetings

      Braves general manager Frank Wren feels he made progress as he conversed with a number of agents and other executives this week. But as the third day of this year's Winter Meetings neared its end, he was still looking to satisfy his wish to add depth to…
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  • A's stay busy right through Winter Meetings

    He arrived late and left early, but Billy Beane's stay at the Winter Meetings was nonetheless productive. The A's general manager made two more trades, all in two days' work.
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  • Nats check one item off their list at Winter Meetings

    The Nationals didn't have a lot to do at the Winter Meetings this week. They needed to improve their bullpen and bench, even after agreeing to terms with outfielder Nate McLouth on a two-year deal last week. They were successful in upgrading their bullp…
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  • As Meetings end, bullpen help remains priority

    The Padres talked all week about improving their bullpen, explaining their need for at least one left-hander and someone who can pitch in the late innings to set up closer Huston Street. With the Winter Meetings over, they still have the same goals in m…
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  • Cherington stays in background at Winter Meetings

    Unlike in recent years, when the Red Sox have been at the forefront of Winter Meetings activity, general manager Ben Cherington stayed in the background this time, sizing up what opportunities could evolve for him later in the offseason.
    Source: MLB.com

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