11/5/2013 | Burns earns AFL Player of the Week honors
Blue Jays prospect Andy Burns was selected as the Arizona Fall League's Player of the Week for Week 4.
11/5/2013 | Hutchison named AFL Pitcher of the Week
Blue Jays right-hander Drew Hutchison was named the Arizona Fall League's Pitcher of the Week for Week 4.
11/5/2013 | Ausmus will be missed by Padres
No one was happier that Brad Ausmus was hired as the manager of the Tigers on Sunday than Randy Smith, the Padres' vice president of player development and international scouting.
11/5/2013 | Red Sox's 2013 rise to top quicker than expected
For a team that went from last place to a World Series championship, the most striking part of it was how quickly it all came together for the Red Sox in 2013.
11/5/2013 | Former Angel DiSarcina joins club as third-base coach
The Angels have hired former infielder Gary DiSarcina to be their new third-base coach in place of Dino Ebel, who was promoted to bench coach.
11/5/2013 | Konerko, White Sox should find way to slugger's return
Paul Konerko has answered doubts his entire career. The only one left at this point is this: Does he walk away now as one of the top hitters in the history of the Chicago White Sox organization or come back for one more year?
11/5/2013 | Chambers among three outrighted off 40-man roster
Catcher Rob Johnson, outfielder Adron Chambers and outfielder/first baseman Brock Peterson joined the ranks of free agency after being outrighted from the Cardinals' 40-man roster on Tuesday.
11/5/2013 | Big, bold business expected from Yanks
In the wake of just their second season without an October entry since 1995, the Yanks are widely expected to get back into the business of boldness.
11/5/2013 | Hosmer named Royals Player of the Year
Eric Hosmer on Tuesday was announced as winner of the Les Milgram Player of the Year Award as voted by the Kansas City Chapter of Baseball Writers' Association of America.
11/5/2013 | Brewers tab Astros' Clark as next Huntsville skipper
The Brewers have tabbed Astros first-base coach Dave Clark to be the next manager at Double-A Huntsville, pending the standard medical and background checks that could push an official announcement to the middle of this month.
11/5/2013 | Pipeline Perspectives: Taveras holds best Cards
St. Louis had more homegrown players on its roster than any of the other nine playoff teams this year, and an impressive crop of rookies helped fuel its postseason run. The bad news for the rest of baseball is that the Cardinals have more young talent on the way, and outfielder Oscar Taveras is poised to have a greater impact in the Major Leagues in 2014 than any position-player prospect in any organization.
11/5/2013 | Pipeline Perspectives: Castellanos' arrival will be a hit
Both Oscar Taveras of the Cardinals, ranked No. 2 on MLB.com's Top 100 list, and the Tigers' Nick Castellanos, No. 11 on that list, can and will hit. But who is going to have more of an impact next year? The chips should be put on Castellanos.
11/5/2013 | Power arm makes Giles a prospect to follow
Philadelphia Phillies relief prospect Ken Giles is a player who makes a scout sit up in his seat and take notice. That's exactly what I've done when I've watched Giles pitch in the Arizona Fall League.
11/5/2013 | Marlins Park set for makeover of new grass
The grass promises to be greener and more easily maintained in 2014 at Marlins Park.
11/5/2013 | Reds ink Bourgeois to Minor League deal
The Reds added outfield depth recently by signing free agent Jason Bourgeois to a Minor League contract with an invite to big league camp.
11/5/2013 | Matheny helped pave way for Ausmus, Williams
Bard Ausmus and Matt Williams received a nice assist from Mike Matheny, who demonstrated clearly that a man with no managerial experience can be precisely the right man for the job. There aren't many people like this but the Tigers and the Nationals each believe that they have found another one.
11/5/2013 | Intriguing possibilities among free-agent closers
As the high volatility and unpredictability of the closer role seems to increase over the years, the willingness to invest huge dollars and years into one inning seems to shrivel. So what will it be this year in the free-agent market for closers? Here's a look at 10 of the biggest available names and some intriguing alternate contenders.
11/5/2013 | Home of Mariners ace Hernandez damaged in fire
Crews from three suburban Seattle fire departments were able to quickly subdue a blaze that damaged the Bellevue, Wash., home of Mariners ace Felix Hernandez on Monday afternoon.
11/5/2013 | Harvey, Uehara eye GIBBY Award for breakout pitcher
Koji Uehara vs. Matt Harvey figures to be one of the top debates for Major League Baseball's best breakout pitcher in the 2013 Greatness in Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Awards. Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma, who was solid all season, could be a dark-horse candidate.
11/5/2013 | 'In good shape,' Pujols starts swinging bat
If there was ever any doubt that Albert Pujols would have a normal offseason, there's this: He's already begun to swing the bat.
11/5/2013 | Star power: BBWAA award finalists to be unveiled
The top contenders for baseball's four major individual honors will become known Tuesday night when the finalists for the Baseball Writers' Association of America awards are revealed.
11/5/2013 | Hot Stove roundup: Let free agency begin
At 12:01 a.m. ET on Tuesday morning, Robinson Cano, Jacoby Ellsbury and a pool of talented other players became eligible to be signed by another team. Free agency is officially live.
11/4/2013 | Sierra, Peguero star in winter league action
Moises Sierra went 2-for-5 with an RBI and Carlos Peguero had the biggest hit of the night, belting a three-run home run in the fourth inning as Gigantes beat Estrellas, 8-3, in Dominican Winter League action.
11/4/2013 | Vogelsong, Lopez hit market as free agency opens
Signaling their intention to explore free-agent alternatives for starting pitching help, the Giants declined Monday to pick up the $6.5 million option on Ryan Vogelsong's 2014 contract, casting the right-hander into free agency. Left-hander Javier Lopez, who was eligible for free agency after excelling in relief for the past 3 1/2 seasons with San Francisco, also entered the open market.
11/4/2013 | Miggy, Scherzer sweep Players Choice Awards
Miguel Cabrera repeated as Player of the Year and American League Outstanding Player and Max Scherzer became the second Tigers player in three years to win AL Outstanding Pitcher as Detroit cleaned house in the Players Choice Awards on Monday.
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