Any suitors for Cabrera? 

January, 27, 2015
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If not for his offseason problems, Everth Cabrera would likely have already been signed to a deal for 2015. There is still plenty of risk tied to the shortstop, making it unclear which teams, if any, are willing to roll the dice on the free agent.

Indians OF taking shape? 

January, 27, 2015
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Michael Bourn has seen his stolen base output decline in each and every season since 2011, going from leading the league to barely scraping his way to double-digit success in last year's 10-for-16, hamstring-filled disaster. However, the Cleveland Indians are hoping for a return of Bourn's prowess.

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Dodgers looking at Moncada? 

January, 27, 2015
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There are still some delays in the process of allowing Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada to negotiate a contract with MLB teams, but that hasn't stopped him from holding workouts for interested clubs. When finally given the green light, could the Los Angeles Dodgers end up with the infielder?

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No room for Shields in KC? 

January, 27, 2015
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In his two seasons with the Kansas City Royals, James Shields won 27 games and got consideration for both the Cy Young Award as well as league MVP. However, as much success as he brought the team, chances of him returning to Kansas City remain close to zero.

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Red Sox set with starting five? 

January, 26, 2015
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As the Boston Red Sox look ahead to the 2015 season, their entire rotation has seemingly gotten a face-lift, with Rick Porcello, Wade Miley, Justin Masterson, Joe Kelly and Clay Buchholz set to handle starting duties for the club.

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No deal for Duquette with Jays? 

January, 26, 2015
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It appears as though the Toronto Blue Jays are no longer interested in trying to wrestle Dan Duquette away from the Baltimore Orioles in order to make him the successor to Paul Beeston as the team's president and CEO.

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No room for Tigers young arms? 

January, 26, 2015
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Even without Max Scherzer to lead the charge, the Detroit Tigers are completely confident that they have a five-man rotation that can lead the team back to the playoffs in 2015. Unfortunately for the young starters in the organization not in that quintet, a trip to the minor leagues may be in the offing.

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Brewers to turn to K-Rod? 

January, 26, 2015
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With the idea of Jonathan Papelbon coming to the Milwaukee Brewers via trade slowly fading into oblivion, the newest prevailing wisdom seems to be that a reunion with last season's closer is on the horizon.

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Mariners battles taking shape 

January, 26, 2015
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The Seattle Mariners had plenty of opportunity to deal away young pitchers James Paxton and/or Taijuan Walker this offseason, but general manager Jack Zduriencik stood firm in his refusal to entertain any such offers. However, that doesn't mean both are locks to start for the team in 2015.

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The latest on Shields 

January, 25, 2015
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It's still anybody's guess as to where James Shields will end up pitching in 2015, and there truly isn't any clear favorite emerging from the field of interested candidates.

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Mets stuck with Flores at SS? 

January, 25, 2015
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Wilmer Flores ended up being the butt of the joke on Saturday, albeit indirectly, as New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson prepared to present Cal Ripken Jr. with an award. As Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports, Alderson quipped, "Mets fans have been waiting all winter for me to introduce a shortstop."

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Back in mid-December, there were some reports that the Los Angeles Angels were in exploratory talks with the Texas Rangers about trading outfielder Josh Hamilton back to the team he had left via free agency prior to the 2013 season. While nothing materialized at the time, the rumor has continued to live on.

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Could Hamels go to Cards? 

January, 25, 2015
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The Philadelphia Phillies have stated that they are not actively shopping Cole Hamels at this time. Nevertheless, the general feeling around the league seems to be that the pitcher could still very well be dealt at some point in the next six months. One team that might be interested is the St. Louis Cardinals.

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No Papelbon deal on horizon? 

January, 25, 2015
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Earlier this week, there seemed to be some progress on a potential trade that would see the Milwaukee Brewers ending up with closer Jonathan Papelbon of the Philadelpia Phillies. However, after those initial reports, there doesn't seem to have been any movement towards a successful handshake between all involved parties.

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Who fills in for Doolittle? 

January, 24, 2015
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The Oakland Athletics learned Friday that All-Star closer Sean Doolittle has a slight rotator-cuff tear in his left shoulder and will miss the start of the regular season, assistant general manager David Forst told Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.

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