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11/26/2012 | Reds looking for closer, leadoff man at Meetings
The annual Winter Meetings have often brought a bonanza of big free-agent deals that have eye-popping nine-figure contracts.

11/26/2012 | Winter Meetings offer Blue Jays new opportunities
General manager Alex Anthopoulos will head to next week's Winter Meetings with most of his offseason needs already fulfilled. Toronto has been by far the most active team since the end of the 2012 campaign and there aren't many items left on the to-do list.

11/26/2012 | It's all about pitching for Angels at Winter Meetings
The Angels stole the show at last year's Winter Meetings, signing Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson practically minutes apart from one another on the morning of the final day. The possibility for another big Meetings will probably exist once again. It's no secret that the Angels' priority is Zack Greinke.

11/26/2012 | AFL Top Prospects Team announced
Seven organizations each boast two representatives on the Arizona Fall League's Top Prospects Team, announced Monday afternoon.

11/26/2012 | Patient Yanks could have busy Winter Meetings
It is possible that the Yankees could be in good position to create headlines at next week's Winter Meetings, which will begin on Monday in Nashville.

11/26/2012 | Angels in talks with Madson about joining 'pen
Ryan Madson was too expensive for the Angels last offseason after they committed more than $315 million on Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson in one fell swoop. This year, as one industry source put it, he seems like "the perfect fit" for their needy bullpen.

11/26/2012 | Padres can explore pitching market at Meetings
The addition of Tyson Ross hasn't changed the Padres' singular focus this offseason: adding starting pitchers, likely two of them, to bolster a rotation that was ravaged by injuries in 2012.

11/26/2012 | Byrdak re-signs with Mets on Minor League deal
Left-hander Tim Byrdak, whose 2012 season was curtailed by shoulder surgery, was re-signed to a Minor League contract on Monday by the Mets, who concurrently invited him to Spring Training.

11/26/2012 | Rays' signing of Longoria a win all around
The Rays didn't have to extend Evan Longoria's deal. Not yet, anyway. But in doing so, they did right by a player who has provided so much to them at such great value, and they did right by their community.

11/26/2012 | Deer reunites with Sveum on North Side
Dale Sveum and Rob Deer, teammates on the Brewers from 1986-90, are together again. The Cubs have hired Deer as an assistant hitting coach, and he'll join Sveum's coaching staff, working with hitting coach James Rowson.

11/26/2012 | Yankees avoid arbitration with catcher Whiteside
The Yankees have agreed to terms with catcher Eli Whiteside on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration, the club announced on Monday.

11/26/2012 | Gibbons fills out coaching staff, minus 'pen coach
New Blue Jays manager John Gibbons is almost done putting the finishing touches on his coaching staff for the upcoming season.

11/26/2012 | Outfield, first base, rotation on Sox's Winter list
The needs are clear as Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington gets ready for the Winter Meetings, which open next Monday in Nashville. "Outfield, first base and rotation," Cherington said recently. "I don't know that I can put them in order, we just want to improve those areas."

11/26/2012 | Royals looking to fill gaps after bolstering pitching
With the Ervin Sanchez-Jeremy Guthrie package already under the tree, will the Royals leave next week's Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn., with no new gifts for their fans?

11/26/2012 | Giants' World Series share an all-time high
The World Series champion Giants will receive a full postseason share amounting to $377,002.64, eclipsing the previous high set by the 2006 World Series champion Cardinals. The Tigers, who won the American League, received $284,274.50 per player. Both figures are higher than last year's totals awarded to the Cardinals and Rangers.

11/26/2012 | Molina to be among honorees at writers' dinner
The annual St. Louis Baseball Writers' Dinner, which is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. CT on Jan. 20 at the downtown Millennium Hotel, will honor several members of the 2012 Cardinals that advanced to the National League Championship Series for a second straight season.

11/26/2012 | Wright, Dickey to dictate Mets' Winter agenda
Until they reach resolutions with David Wright and R.A. Dickey, uncertainty will hover over all of those decisions. No two players were more important to the Mets on the field last season, and no two players have demanded more attention over the first eight weeks of the offseason.

11/26/2012 | Wong building case to aid Cards at top of lineup
There's much to like about St. Louis Cardinals second-base prospect Kolten Wong. Having the ability to consistently put the bat on the ball as well as being able to accept walks help profile Wong as a top of the batting order hitter. He should be able to get on base and score runs.

11/26/2012 | Zack and Josh Show getting ready to roll
Here's the thing that makes the pursuit of Zack Greinke and Josh Hamilton even more interesting. While both are in the primes of their careers -- Greinke is 29, Hamilton 31 -- neither comes without a question mark.

11/26/2012 | New league means new adjustments for Astros
It's a safe bet that not too much about the Astros' 2013 season will resemble the 2012 edition.

11/26/2012 | Longoria signs extension through at least 2022
The Tampa Bay Rays and Evan Longoria agreed Monday on a contract extension that could keep the All-Star third baseman in a Rays uniform through the 2023 season.

11/26/2012 | MLB Notebook: Harper among rare teen company
Bryce Harper put together one of the most impressive resumes ever offered by a player who concluded a season before turning 20 years old during his 2012 campaign, which won him the National League Rookie if the Year Award.

11/26/2012 | Free-agent pitchers have reason to smile
When the Yankees re-signed Hiroki Kuroda the new deal was good for the Yankees, good for Kuroda, and probably good for every starting pitcher of any worth in the current free-agent market.

11/25/2012 | Dodgers sign three more Minor League free agents
The Dodgers signed three more Minor League free agents, bringing the total number of non-roster players invited to Major League Spring Training to 11.

11/25/2012 | Plenty to chew on as baseball gets back to business
Just when you thought you had cleared everything off of it, even that last succulent bit of pumpkin pie, baseball returns to the American consciousness on Monday with a full plate.

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