12/2/2012 | Toronto eyes rotation depth at Winter Meetings
The Blue Jays enter the Winter Meetings meetings with the main goal of continuing to build pitching depth within their organization.
12/2/2012 | Rays must decide whether to shop excess pitchers
The Tampa Bay Rays have the one thing every other team craves. They have it in bunches, too, perhaps more than they really need. They've got some serious needs, too, so what's the problem?
12/2/2012 | Plenty of work to be done at Meetings for Yanks
A contingent of Yankees executives, led by general manager Brian Cashman, is set to arrive at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel on Monday morning. They'll be checking into their rooms on a mission: The Yankees have some serious needs to fill.
12/2/2012 | Fujikawa tops wish list as Winter Meetings begin
Besides Japanese free agent Kyuji Fujikawa, The Cubs have other items on their wish list at the Winter Meetings this week as they search for a third baseman, an additional outfielder, and more pitching.
12/2/2012 | Hahn prepares for first Meetings as White Sox GM
General manager Rick Hahn, who was officially promoted from a successful run as the team's assistant general manager at the start of this offseason, wanted to take care of the White Sox starting rotation first and foremost. Now, the focus turns to figuring out what to do at third base.
12/2/2012 | Pitching on Dodgers' plate at Winter Meetings
Ned Colletti is on the hunt for a top starting pitcher at the Winter Meetings and dodgers.com will be there covering it.
12/2/2012 | Orioles' goal for offensive help unchanged
The Orioles head to Nashville with the goal of continuing their search for added offense, specifically in the middle of the lineup.
12/2/2012 | Tigers looking for holiday deals at Meetings
The reigning American League champions have a win-now approach, a few places to upgrade, an owner with the resources to do it and a general manager with ways to pull it off. Now, as club officials file into the Gaylord Opryland Hotel for this year's Winter Meetings, the Tigers have a chance to put that formula to work.
12/2/2012 | Busy Wren not done, seeks leadoff hitter
GM Frank Wren landed his top target with the signing of B.J. Upton, and now has his sights set on finding another outfielder, preferably one who can bat in the leadoff spot.
12/2/2012 | Dickey the focus of Mets' agenda at Meetings
General manager Sandy Alderson and his staff will spend their time at the Winter Meetings this week continuing to work on a contract extension for R.A. Dickey, while also attempting to plug holes in their outfield, at catcher and in the bullpen.
12/2/2012 | Mariners figure to be busy at Winter Meetings
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik figures to be in the middle of much of the conversation, as Seattle's baseball brass explores potential trades and free-agent acquisitions to upgrade a young roster looking to compete in the tough American League West.
12/2/2012 | Luhnow sets stage for Astros' upcoming moves
The Astros will add at least one player later this week when they make the first selection in the Rule 5 Draft, and general manager Jeff Luhnow has been laying the groundwork in recent weeks to perhaps make even more additions.
12/2/2012 | Ten storylines to watch at Winter Meetings
Where will Josh Hamilton and Zach Greinke end up? Will the Rays trade David Price or James Shields? Will Rafael Soriano sign with Detroit? These are just a few of the storylines to follow at the Winter Meetings.
12/2/2012 | Daniels, Rangers seek productive Winter Meetings
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels is hoping for four productive days at baseball's annual Winter Meetings.
12/2/2012 | Wild Winter Meetings in store with trade market
With some surprisingly lucrative contracts already handed out this offseason, general managers may try to get creative at this year's Winter Meetings, considering a robust trade market to be harvested.
12/1/2012 | Ruppert headlines Veterans Committee ballot
Jacob Ruppert, the owner of the New York Yankees from 1915-39, heads a National Baseball Hall of Fame Veterans Committee ballot of six players, three executives and an umpire, and could be among the first to take a seat in the Hall's Class of 2013.
12/1/2012 | Rockies have interest in left-hander Schlereth
The Rockies are considering a run at a local product in their search to beef up the left-handed side of their bullpen.
12/1/2012 | Trades an option as Red Sox build pitching staff
While trading away a starting pitcher may not be probable, the Red Sox are willing to listen to any offers after a highly disappointing 2012.
12/1/2012 | Royals extend sympathy to Chiefs after shooting
The Royals organization and their players were quick to express their concern and sympathy after a Kansas City Chiefs player committed suicide at Arrowhead Stadium in the sports complex the two teams share.
12/1/2012 | Red Sox unlikely to shift Lavarnway to first base
Ryan Lavarnway wants to stay a catcher, and the Red Sox want to keep him there. So any idea of moving him to first base is out, for now.
12/1/2012 | Reports: Cubs sign Japanese closer Fujikawa
The Cubs have signed Japanese relief pitcher Kyuji Fujikawa according to a tweet by MLB Network's Ken Rosenthal. MLB Network's Jon Heyman also reported the Japanese gold medalist inked a two-year deal for $9.2 million with the club.
12/1/2012 | Johnson hosts inaugural charity golf tourney
Davey Johnson, whose late son was born with hearing and visual impairments, hosted a celebrity tournament this weekend benefiting Lighthouse, a non-profit organization involved with people living with blindness or a loss of vision.
12/1/2012 | Amid talks, LaRoche eager to stay with Nats
Adam LaRoche wants to return to Washington, D.C., and the Nationals would certainly love to have their first baseman back next year. But the two sides have yet to come to an agreement, still at odds over the length of a potential contract.
12/1/2012 | Rays trade Badenhop for Mondesi Jr.
The Rays traded right-hander Burke Badenhop to the Brewers in exchange for Minor League outfielder Raul Mondesi Jr. on Saturday.
12/1/2012 | Twins tender contracts to Butera, Burton, Duensing
The Twins tendered contracts to catcher Drew Butera and relievers Jared Burton and Brian Duensing before Friday's 10:59 p.m. CT deadline, the club announced Saturday.
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