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The Tigers didn't plan on being major players at the Winter Meetings, but ended up with Miguel Cabrera (left) and Dontrelle Willis. (Getty)
While the Marlins and Tigers pulled off the one big trade at this year's Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn., the rest of the four-day retreat was dominated by talk. Most of it involved Johan Santana, who remains the ace of the Twins -- for now. More >
MLBlog: Nashville Confidential

MLB.com's Jim Molony covers all the whispers and rumors floating around the Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn. More >

  NEWS AND ANALYSIS

•  Padres to sign Bradley to one-year deal
•  Jones offers Dodgers plenty of options
•  Eckstein could fill Rox void at second
•  What a haul: Tigers load up at Meetings
•  D-backs to continue search for starter
•  Marlins prepare to build on Meetings
•  Meetings not unproductive for Yanks
•  Dodgers get their man at Meetings
•  Guillen deal spanned Winter Meetings
•  Giants hoping to hang on to Lincecum
•  Winter Meetings news archive >
TEAM COVERAGE

Meeting wrapups:

Top Free Agents:

A. Rowand

C. Silva

E. Gagne

Complete Hot Stove coverage >
  SIGHTS AND SOUNDS | F.A. SCOREBOARD


Winter Meetings wrap
MLB.com's Seth Everett wraps up the 2007 Winter Meetings in Nashville.  400K
•  Micucci, Marzano at Meetings, Day 4 400K
•  Everett, Sample at Meetings, Day 4 400K
•  Siano, Carroll at Meetings, Day 4 400K
•  Thesier with latest on Santana 400K
•  Beck on Detroit's desire to win 400K
•  Leyritz on Santana, Andruw 400K
•  Reynolds: Phils need Rowand 400K
•  Harding on Torrealba, Cook 400K
•  Sights and Sounds archive >
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