12/9/2012 | Rays deal Shields to Royals for Myers, prospects
The Rays completed a blockbuster deal, in which right-handers James Shields and Wade Davis, along with a player to be named, were traded to the Royals for highly regarded outfielder Wil Myers, right-hander Jake Odorizzi, left-hander Mike Montgomery and third baseman Patrick Leonard. traded to the Royals for highly-regarded -- outfielder Wil Myers, right-hander Jake Odorizzi, left-hander Mike Montgomery and third baseman Patrick Leonard.
12/9/2012 | Reynolds agrees to one-year deal with Indians
The Cleveland Indians have agreed to a one-year contract with infielder Mark Reynolds for 2013, as the two sides reached a deal on Sunday evening.
12/9/2012 | Dodgers ink Korean lefty Ryu to six-year contract
In addition to closing in on an agreement with Zack Greinke on Sunday, the Dodgers announced that they signed left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu to a six-year contract worth $36 million.
12/9/2012 | Lindblom, Bonilla bring power arms to Rangers
The 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.
12/9/2012 | Japanese phenom Otani to stay in Japan
Japanese 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.
12/9/2012 | Hometown hero Rizzo hosts 'Walk Off for Cancer' 5K
Sunday 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.
12/9/2012 | Young leaves behind a lasting legacy in Texas
Michael Young, who was traded to the Phillies for two pitchers, was one of the greatest hitters in Rangers history, and was a peerless team leader.
12/9/2012 | Greinke deal signifies baseball's shifting landscape
In 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.
12/8/2012 | Dodgers still looking to add Ryu to their staff
Despite reaching a contract agreement with Zack Greinke on Saturday, the Dodgers still want to sign Korean left-hander Ryu Hyun-jin, according to a baseball source.
12/8/2012 | New Dodgers owners prove they mean business
Dodgers president Stan Kasten is proud of his vision of Dodger Stadium and how the new management team is spending millions to improve it from top to bottom and make it the best place on earth to watch a baseball game. Still, it all begins here, with tangible moves that make the club better immediately.
12/8/2012 | Dodgers nearing deal with Greinke
The Dodgers and free-agent pitcher Zack Greinke are close to a multiyear agreement, according to a baseball source.
12/8/2012 | A-Rod 'relieved' to be on comeback trail
While most would be disappointed to hear they would miss several months with a hip injury, Alex Rodriguez was relieved because his mystery ailment had been identified and will now be corrected.
12/8/2012 | Mariners officially ink Bay to one-year deal
Jason Bay officially joined the Mariners on Saturday as the club announced that the free-agent outfielder signed a one-year deal. To make room on the 40-man roster, left-handed pitcher Mauricio Robles was designated for assignment.
12/8/2012 | Reds to incorporate 'Los Rojos' jerseys in 2013
The front of rotation ace Johnny Cueto's No. 47 jersey said "Los Rojos," as the club is planning a Spanish-language alternate look for 2013. Cueto is from the Dominican Republic.
12/8/2012 | Chapman bittersweet about move to rotation
Aroldis Chapman certainly likes the idea of moving into the Reds rotation in 2013. But the left-hander will also miss being a closer.
12/8/2012 | Leake preparing to start, but role undecided
Reds starter Mike Leake heard that his team's signing of Jonathan Broxton to be the closer and moving Aroldis Chapman to the rotation would have repercussions.
12/8/2012 | Young will feel at home with Phillies
Phillies manager Charlie Manuel is going to love Michael Young -- and so will Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, etc. Young will fit nicely on a team that prides itself on playing the game right, on playing hard and on competing like crazy.
12/8/2012 | Reliever Beimel should be ready for Spring Training
Lefty reliever and free agent Joe Beimel is ahead of schedule on his way back from Tommy John surgery and should be fully ready for the start of Spring Training.
12/8/2012 | Longtime Minors manager Carey dies at age 59
P.J. Carey, whose 22-season Minor League managing career was spent mostly directing the Rookie and Class A prospects in the Rockies' system, died Friday night at age 59 after a long illness.
12/8/2012 | Phillies acquire veteran Young from Rangers
Rangers icon Michael Young is the Phillies' new third baseman, after he agreed on Saturday to waive his no-trade clause. In return, the Rangers will receive right-handed reliever Josh Lindblom and a Minor League pitcher, Lisalverto Bonilla, who represented the Phillies in the 2012 All-Star Futures Game.
12/8/2012 | Rangers deal Young to Phils for pair of righties
The Rangers on Saturday traded Michael Young, who made his debut with Texas in 2000, to the Phillies for right-handers Josh Lindblom and Lisalverto Bonilla.
12/7/2012 | Giants' table-setters set contract table for each other
During their contract negotiations with the Giants, Angel Pagan and Marco Scutaro proved that what happens on the field can shape what happens off the field, too.
12/7/2012 | Ludwick, Reds working on two-year deal
Two baseball sources told MLB.com on Friday that a deal between the Reds and free-agent outfielder Ryan Ludwick was close but terms had not been finalized.
12/7/2012 | Reds awaiting word from Rolen about '13
The Reds are still awaiting word from free-agent third baseman Scott Rolen about whether he intends to play in 2013.
12/7/2012 | Determined Votto discusses rehab at Redsfest
Joey Votto spoke at Redsfest like a man determined to return to 100 percent next season after missing 48 games in 2012 due to a knee injury that required two surgeries.
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