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12/4/2012 |'s Hagen wins Hall's Spink Award's Paul Hagen has been voted the winner of the annual J.G. Taylor Spink Award by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, it was announced at the Winter Meetings on Tuesday.

12/4/2012 | Dickey wins Starter of the Year, Breakout GIBBYs
R.A. Dickey has become the center of attention at this week's Winter Meetings, negotiating a contract extension while the Mets weigh the merits of trading him. So perhaps it comes as little surprise that Dickey also managed to make a splash in Major League Baseball's Greatness In Baseball Yearly Awards.

12/4/2012 | Giants add four GIBBYs to postseason awards haul
Reflecting their status as World Series champions, the Giants had four players recognized as winners in various categories in the GIBBY Awards, which were announced Tuesday.

12/4/2012 | Bullpen is where competition is on Marlins' roster
Among the challenges the Marlins face in rounding out their roster is fortifying their bullpen. Most likely, there will be at least three spots up for grabs when Spring Training gets under way in February.

12/4/2012 | Marlins send Escobar to Rays for infield prospect
A change of heart prompted the Marlins to reverse their thinking about retaining Yunel Escobar. So on Tuesday night, after more than two days of serious discussions, the Marlins traded the 30-year-old shortstop to the Rays for Minor League infielder Derek Dietrich.

12/4/2012 | Pirates among many in pursuit of starting pitchers
The Pirates haven't exactly wiped out in their quest for rotation help at baseball's Winter Meetings. General manager Neal Huntington, however, has found that wave a tad crowded.

12/4/2012 | Scutaro agrees to three-year pact to stay with Giants
The Giants accomplished their last major offseason objective Tuesday night by agreeing with second baseman Marco Scutaro, a key figure in their second-half surge, to a three-year, $20 million contract.

12/4/2012 | Bochy OK with Giants in World Baseball Classic
Manager Bruce Bochy gave position players his blessing Tuesday to participate in the World Baseball Classic next March. But he'll watch his pitchers who wish to enter the event very carefully.

12/4/2012 | Johnson: 'World Series or bust' for Nats in 2013
One thing about Davey Johnson: He doesn't lack confidence. Last year he said the Nats would finish in first, and they did. Now he wants a World Series title.

12/4/2012 | Nats agree with veteran Haren on one-year deal
The Nationals appear to have found the additional starting pitcher they were looking for this offseason, agreeing to sign right-hander Dan Haren to a one-year, $13 million deal, has confirmed.

12/4/2012 | Prospect Prince could offer value to Brewers
While making a transition from his natural comfort level playing shortstop to a role as an outfielder, Brewers prospect Josh Prince showed his athletic ability, versatility and quickness in the Arizona Fall League this year.

12/4/2012 | Upton rumors are becoming a tradition
Justin Upton was taken by the D-backs with the first overall pick in the 2005 First-Year Player Draft. There's no truth to the rumor that he's been on the trading block ever since, but sometimes it feels that way.

12/4/2012 | Upton rumors are becoming a tradition
Justin Upton was taken by the D-backs with the first overall pick in the 2005 First-Year Player Draft. There's no truth to the rumor that he's been on the trading block ever since, but sometimes it feels that way.

12/3/2012 | Espinosa not bothered by trade speculation
Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa said Monday night that he is not bothered by the trade rumors that have him linked to the Rays.

12/3/2012 | Twins scouring free-agent market for pitching
It was a quiet first day for the Twins at the Winter Meetings on Monday, but general manager Terry Ryan kept busy in his search for starting pitching.

12/3/2012 | Melvin happy to keep strong outfield corps intact
A's general manager Billy Beane is adamant about keeping all of his starting pitchers rather than dangling them as trade bait. The plan, as it currently stands, is similar in regard to his surplus of outfielders, and manager Bob Melvin expects all to be in tow come spring.

12/3/2012 | Padres open Winter Meetings with Marquis deal
Not that anyone was keeping score, but the Padres might well have struck the first deal of the 2012 Winter Meetings in Nashville.

12/3/2012 | Hahn comfortable as leader of discussion
On the first day of his first Winter Meetings as general manager, Rick Hahn didn't experience much different from past years in the White Sox contingent.

12/3/2012 | Rangers not interested in moving Young
The Phillies have some interest in Rangers infielder Michael Young, and there are other clubs looking for a third baseman. The Yankees are among those teams now that Alex Rodriguez will miss at least the first three months of the season because of left hip surgery.

12/3/2012 | This free-agent market requires taking gambles
The signings of Angel Pagan, Melky Cabrera and Mike Napoli underscore the slim pickings for teams in search of run producers.

12/3/2012 | Potential roster turnover doesn't faze Maddon
Turnover is a part of any Major League team. Rays manager Joe Maddon might be more familiar than other managers with the concept of having to bid farewell to familiar faces to make way for new faces in the spring.

12/3/2012 | Gibbons not fazed by pressure to win in Toronto
John Gibbons is fully aware that there will be plenty of eyes watching him during the upcoming Blue Jays season. There's no time for a manager who will shy away from the public scrutiny associated with lofty expectations, and that's not something Gibbons plans on doing.

12/3/2012 | Tigers still talking to Anibal's camp
Don't count the Tigers out of the Anibal Sanchez negotiations quite yet. Their chances, though, are up for debate.

12/3/2012 | On the injury front, Phillies feel Yankees' pain
If anybody could empathize with the news that broke that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is expected to miss the first three months of the season recuperating from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip, it's Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr.

12/3/2012 | Indians feeling out other clubs at Nashville Meetings
At the Winter Meetings, Cleveland is weighing the benefit of acquiring younger talent -- preferably top pitching prospects -- while also trying to fill holes via free agency.

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