12/4/2012 | Monetary gap a sticking point in Dickey talks
Wary of attracting unwanted attention, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson held a clandestine meeting Monday evening with Bo McKinnis, the agent for R.A. Dickey. In a parking lot outside the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, amidst a sea of valet attendants and exhaust fumes, the two discussed a contract extension. They also discussed the possibility of a trade.
12/4/2012 | Reimold, Wada progressing ahead of schedule
The Orioles have gotten positive reports from outfielder Nolan Reimold and pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada, who are recovering from surgical procedures and are ahead of their projected schedule.
12/4/2012 | Weiss, Rox counting on Tulo to turn club's fortunes
First-year manager Walt Weiss said on Tuesday during the Winter Meetings that he'll be smart, but the Rockies need shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to help the club turn the corner in 2013.
12/4/2012 | Padres looking to retain their youth at Meetings
The Padres have spent that last few years going to great lengths to improve their Minor League system. As you might expect, parting with such young, controllable talent isn't something that excites the front office.
12/4/2012 | Rangers to host Mexico City Red Devils for exhibition
For the second straight year, the Rangers will play an exhibition game against the Mexico City Red Devils. The game will be played at the Ballpark in Arlington at 7:05 p.m. CT on March 28.
12/4/2012 | Cubs likely to finalize deal with Fujikawa on Friday
The Cubs are expected to complete the agreement with Japanese pitcher Kyuji Fujikawa on Friday. The right-hander has reportedly agreed to a two-year, $9.5 million contract, which includes vesting options valued at $5.5 million or $6 million, to be determined by games finished.
12/4/2012 | Astros in holding pattern, but move could be near
The first two days of the Winter Meetings have been rather quiet for the Astros, but general manager Jeff Luhnow hinted Tuesday afternoon that could soon change.
12/4/2012 | Reds working to reach deal with free agent Ludwick
As the Winter Meetings plowed on Tuesday, it appeared realistic that free-agent outfielder Ryan Ludwick could return to the Reds.
12/4/2012 | Sox land Victorino to patrol right field at Fenway
The Winter Meetings continue to be a productive exercise for the Red Sox. A day after they got the slugger they coveted in Mike Napoli, Boston has agreed to a three-year deal for outfielder Shane Victorino, a source confirmed to MLB.com.
12/4/2012 | Sveum has high hopes for hard-working Jackson
Brett Jackson may be back in the mix in the Cubs' starting outfield. Jackson spent a few days in Mesa, Ariz., with Cubs manager Dale Sveum, who said Tuesday the young outfielder has made "huge, huge strides" and completely overhauled his swing.
12/4/2012 | Mariners announce plans for 'Edgar's' restaurant
The Mariners announced plans Tuesday to install an open-air "Edgar's" restaurant in honor of Edgar Martinez in the left-field corner as part of the new outfield construction for next season.
12/4/2012 | Baseball America names Reds Organization of Year
The Reds received prestigious recognition on Tuesday, when they were named the 2012 Organization of the Year by Baseball America.
12/4/2012 | Thornton not worried about trade possibilities
For the White Sox to make any major payroll addition, cash likely would have to be freed up according to general manager Rick Hahn. That financial freedom could come from a deal involving Matt Thornton.
12/4/2012 | Actor Ford to help present Selig Award to Scully
Actor Harrison Ford, star of the upcoming baseball film "42," will present the Bud Selig Executive Leadership Award to Vin Scully at the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation's 10th annual "In the Spirit of the Game" Sports and Entertainment Spectacular in January.
12/4/2012 | D-backs add Hinske during busy day at Meetings
The D-backs were at the center of some big rumors during the Winter Meetings on Tuesday, but the evening hit with the only actual news being a deal with veteran free agent Eric Hinske.
12/4/2012 | Mets officially ink Wright through end of decade
The Mets made things official with David Wright on Tuesday, signing the third baseman to a $138 million deal that will keep him with the club through 2020.
12/4/2012 | No regrets: Farrell excited about Red Sox's moves
Despite the major upgrades the Blue Jays made after they traded their manager, John Farrell insisted numerous times on Tuesday that he has no regrets about his move to the Red Sox.
12/4/2012 | Rangers thinking how their infield will shake out
The Rangers are looking for catching help. Manager Ron Washington was jokingly asked Tuesday at the Winter Meetings if Ian Kinsler could catch.
12/4/2012 | Stars of the game honored with GIBBY Awards
The people, inside and outside Major League Baseball's corridors, have spoken in MLB.com's 11th annual Greatness in Baseball Yearly Awards.
12/4/2012 | Amaro not letting dwindling market alter strategy
The center-fielder market is dwindling. But Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. insisted Tuesday he does not feel backed into a corner at the Opryland Resort & Convention Center, site of the Winter Meetings.
12/4/2012 | Gibby anticipates competitive spring camp
While much of the D-backs' starting lineup will likely return intact, look for manager Kirk Gibson to create competition in other ways this spring as Arizona kicks off what it hopes is a bounce-back season.
12/4/2012 | Rodney nets GIBBY for Closer of the Year
Fernando Rodney has won a GIBBY (Greatness in Baseball Yearly) Award as Major League Baseball's Closer of the Year.
12/4/2012 | Four-homer game nets Hamilton GIBBY Award
On May 8, a warm humid night at Camden Yards, Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton put on a hitting display that was one of the greatest in baseball history.
12/4/2012 | Heroics net Ibanez Postseason Moment GIBBY
Raul Ibanez's power display in Game 3 of the ALDS was unforgettable for anyone who was in the Bronx that night. It also stuck in the memories of voters, who found Ibanez worthy of a Greatness in Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Award as this year's best Postseason Moment.
12/4/2012 | Nats turn attention to LaRoche, bullpen
With the signing of Dan Haren finishing the work on the rotation, Mike Rizzo and Davey Johnson are turning their attention to re-signing Adam LaRoche and adding a lefty to the bullpen.
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