11/3/2012 | Cardinals outright three to Triple-A Memphis
The Cardinals have created three openings on their 40-man roster by outrighting catcher/first baseman Steven Hill, catcher Bryan Anderson and right-hander Adam Reifer to Triple-A Memphis.
11/3/2012 | Astros part ways with former first-rounder Bogusevic
Brian Bogusevic, chosen by the Astros in the first round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft as a pitcher and later moved to the outfield, became a free agent on Saturday when the club outrighted him and removed him from the 40-man roster.
11/2/2012 | Luhnow will contact Berkman about Houston return
Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow said Friday he plans to reach out to the Big Puma, Lance Berkman, to gauge his interest in returning.
11/2/2012 | New Astros uniforms met with widespread approval
The Astros unveiled their new logo, uniforms and color scheme on Friday night, with more than 5,000 fans and several players on hand to watch.
11/2/2012 | Astros, fans celebrate unveiling of team's new look
It was hard to determine who was more excited Friday night -- the thousands of Astros fans, the players in attendance or those that had poured so much time and effort into the team's launching of its new uniforms, logos, color schemes and mascot.
11/2/2012 | Promise accompanies Astros' new look
With live music and a light show and 5,000 fans gathered on the field at Minute Maid Park, the Astros unveiled their new colors and logo with style on Friday night.
11/2/2012 | Teixeira inducted into AFL Hall of Fame
Yankees All-Star first baseman Mark Teixeira was inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame on Friday.
11/2/2012 | Nats make offer to LaRoche, decline on Jackson
The Nationals made a qualifying offer of $13.3 million to first baseman Adam LaRoche on Friday, but did not make a similar offer to right-hander Edwin Jackson.
11/2/2012 | Cubs-Angels talk doesn't produce deal
There were reports Friday, including comments by Carlos Marmol himself, that the Cubs had dealt the closer to the Angels in exchange for pitcher Dan Haren, but no deal was made.
11/2/2012 | Giambi, Weiss meet again with Rockies officials
Rockies managerial candidates Walt Weiss and Jason Giambi each spent three hours Friday talking with top club officials, and the club is hoping to arrange a similar interview Monday with another candidate, D-backs third-base coach Matt Williams, according to a Major League source.
11/2/2012 | Fans a common thread in Astros' new look
Five months after deciding on new colors and uniforms, the Astros unveiled its new identity before thousands of fans at a launch party Friday night at Minute Maid Park.
11/2/2012 | Torii's intangibles would be missed in Anaheim
By not making an offer on Friday to Torii Hunter and in essence waving adios, the Angels are venturing into uncharted waters.
11/2/2012 | 'Tis the (off)season for speculation
Free agents are eligible to begin signing with teams on Saturday. MLB.com decided to take a look at where 10 of the top available players might fit.
11/2/2012 | Clubs make qualifying offers to looming free agents
Teams had one last attempt to retain free agents on a $13.3 million, one-year deal while also ensuring a compensation Draft pick if the player signs elsewhere.
11/2/2012 | Tigers ready to begin free-agent shopping
With hopes of re-signing Anibal Sanchez and finding a corner outfielder, the Tigers are ready to dip into the free-agent market.
11/2/2012 | Cardinals issue qualifying offer to Lohse
The Cardinals have made free agent Kyle Lohse a qualifying offer -- a one-year deal worth $13.3 million -- in order to guarantee that the organization receives an extra Draft pick should Lohse sign somewhere else this offseason.
11/2/2012 | Braves secure Draft pick if Bourn doesn't re-sign
The Braves made Michael Bourn a qualifying offer of $13.3 million for 2013 on Friday, ensuring Draft-pick compensation should the free-agent outfielder not return to Atlanta next season.
11/2/2012 | After Redmond hire, Marlins hope to find their way
Hiring Mike Redmond put an end to the Marlins' managerial search. The organization now turns its focus on determining its direction.
11/2/2012 | Rays make one-year qualifying offer to Upton
Tampa Bay made a one-year qualifying offer to B.J. Upton on Friday, so Upton can now either accept the offer and return to the Rays or he can sign with another team
11/2/2012 | Qualifying offers made to Soriano, Kuroda, Swisher
The deals are worth $13.3 million for one year, and if rejected, the players will become free agents. The offers ensure that the Yankees will receive Draft compensation if the players sign elsewhere.
11/2/2012 | Baseball donates $1 million for Sandy relief efforts
Major League Baseball announced Friday that in conjunction with the Major League Baseball Players' Association a donation of $1 million is being made to benefit the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and Feeding America to assist in the efforts being made to help those affected most by Superstorm Sandy.
11/2/2012 | Orioles infielder Adams suspended 25 games
Orioles infielder Ryan Adams has received a 25-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy, MLB announced on Friday afternoon.
11/2/2012 | Report: McGwire to become Dodgers' hitting coach
Mark McGwire will be the next Dodgers hitting coach, according to a report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
11/2/2012 | Crew doesn't extend offers to Marcum, K-Rod
The Brewers did not extend a qualifying offer to either Shaun Marcum or Francisco Rodriguez ahead of Friday's deadline, meaning the club will not receive compensation in next year's Draft should those free agents sign elsewhere.
11/2/2012 | Rockies lose Roenicke, three others, on waiver wire
The Rockies lost pitchers Josh Roenicke, Guillermo Moscoso and Zach Putnam and infielder Tommy Field on waiver claims after adding four other players to the 40-man roster on Friday.
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