Royals still hunting for SP? 

December, 17, 2014
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The Kansas City Royals have been busy of late adding some bats to their lineup, with the announced signings of Alex Rios and Kendrys Morales. Chances are the team isn't finished making moves just yet.

Angels shopping Hamilton? 

December, 17, 2014
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BY trading for outfielder Matt Joyce, the Los Angeles Angels got themselves, as ESPN.com's David Schoenfield writes, "an insurance policy for Josh Hamilton. The team lacked another left-handed hitting outfielder behind Hamilton and Kole Calhoun, so if Hamilton is injured, Joyce can move into a left field platoon with Collin Cowgill."

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Desmond leaving DC? 

December, 17, 2014
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Might we have seen the last of Ian Desmond in a Washington Nationals uniform? According to Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish, that may well be the case.

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Myers headed to Padres? 

December, 17, 2014
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The expectation is that Wil Myers will become a member of the San Diego Padres at some point on Wednesday. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reported on Tuesday that the Padres and Tampa Bay Rays were "discussing (a) significant trade. Talks involve a number of players. Wil Myers would be (the) main piece going to San Diego."

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Cards finished making moves? 

December, 16, 2014
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With the signing of Mark Reynolds to a one-year contract last week, the St. Louis Cardinals feel like they've made all the moves that they need to make before the start of the 2015 season. However, that doesn't mean their starting rotation is definitively etched in stone.

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Reds running out of OF options? 

December, 16, 2014
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If the Cincinnati Reds are going to improve their outfield for next season, they're likely to look outside the organization. Unfortunately, with the recent signing of Alex Rios in Kansas City, and the reported Michael Morse deal with Miami, those options are beginning to run out.

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Do Marlins really want Stanton to stay? 

December, 16, 2014
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Are the Miami Marlins secretly hoping that Giancarlo Stanton decides to leave town when the opt-out clause in his new contract kicks in after the 2020 season? That's what seemed to be intimated by Pittsburgh Pirates president Frank Coonelly in a recent interview -- a conversation that caused Miami much consternation.

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Headley deal last of Yankees spending? 

December, 16, 2014
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As ESPN.com's Buster Olney reports, the New York Yankees have signed Chase Headley to a four-year deal worth a little more than $50 million. Spending that much money on the third baseman is sure to have multiple repercussions on the makeup of the Yankees 2015 roster.

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Padres a match for Upton? 

December, 15, 2014
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With the addition of Matt Kemp, the San Diego Padres have made a statement that they're hoping to win games with their offense in 2015 and that they're no longer content to try and simply out-pitch their opponents. However, Kemp won't be able to do it all alone.

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Hamels getting lots of interest? 

December, 15, 2014
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When the Philadelphia Phillies agreed to send Jimmy Rollins to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the move was believed to be the long-expected first step towards a major rebuilding of the aging team's roster. That's why it's not too surprising to learn that a feeding frenzy of sorts has since been created surrounding the potential availability of pitcher Cole Hamels.

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The New York Mets say that they are prepared to start the 2015 season with Wilmer Flores as their starting shortstop, but if that were truly the case, they wouldn't be considering making a bid on a completely unknown quantity like Korean infielder Jung-ho Kang.

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Will Morse end up in Miami? 

December, 15, 2014
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Prior to the recent winter meetings, one of the stated goals of the Miami Marlins was to acquire "a productive hitter, preferably a first baseman with power." While they did manage to reel in Dee Gordon, Dan Haren and Mat Latos to fill other needs, that first base fix still eludes them.

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Cubs looking at Rasmus? 

December, 15, 2014
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The Chicago Cubs have had a busy offseason, with the naming of a new manager, the acquisition of catcherMiguel Montero, and the free agent signing of pitchers Jason Hammel and Jon Lester. But don't come to the conclusion all of that means the team is finished making moves.

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Scherzer's fate in Yankees hands? 

December, 14, 2014
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While the Detroit Tigers are still not shutting the door on a possible return to the rotation from Max Scherzer, whether or not he returns to the team may simply come down to if the New York Yankees make the pitcher an offer he can't refuse.

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Rangers satisfied with rotation? 

December, 14, 2014
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After trading for Ross Detwiler of the Washington Nationals, the Texas Rangers may or may not be done looking to add pitchers to their starting rotation for 2015. It all depends on who you ask.

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