Can Orioles keep Cruz? 

October, 19, 2014
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The Baltimore Orioles didn't win the World Series, but they certainly wouldn't have gotten as close as they did without the help of the major league's home run leader Nelson Cruz. One of the biggest offseason questions for the team is whether or not the outfielder be around in 2015 to make another try at a title.
When the Minnesota Twins do ultimately decide to name a new manager to replace the fired Ron Gardenhire, it could well mark the last major signing of their offseason -- much to the chagrin of many who follow the team.

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Will LaRoche be back with Nationals? 

October, 19, 2014
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Washington Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche told CSN Washington in an interview this weekend that "If it was up to me, I'm signing a deal with D.C. that puts me there for the rest of my career, because I love the guys and I love the organization."

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Return of Lewis looking good? 

October, 19, 2014
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Now that the Texas Rangers have announced the signing of Jeff Banister to be their manager, the organization can start to turn its attention towards what roster will be sharing the 2015 clubhouse with their latest hire.

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Desmond deal a DC priority 

October, 18, 2014
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The Washington Nationals and Ian Desmond discussed a long-term deal last winter before the shortstop reportedly turned down a $90 million offer.

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Will Bogar stay in Texas? 

October, 18, 2014
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Tim Bogar was praised for his work as interim manager of the Texas Rangers, but when it came time to picking a permanent replacement for the departed Ron Washington, general manager Jon Daniels instead selected Pirates bench coach Jeff Banister.

So where does that leave Bogar, who led the Rangers to a 14-8 record after being promoted from bench coach?

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Will the Dodgers deal an outfielder? 

October, 18, 2014
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The Los Angeles Dodgers introduced Andrew Friedman as their new president of baseball operations on Friday, but the new boss revealed nothing of substance as to the club’s offseason plans. “The new guy … came across pretty much as expected -- bright, embracing numbers, likable, all humble, and about as forthcoming as J.D. Salinger,” writes Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times.

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Rising price for Andrew Miller 

October, 18, 2014
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Andrew Miller did everything the Orioles asked of him after coming over from the Red Sox, and he may have priced himself out of Baltimore.

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Twins to take time at top? 

October, 17, 2014
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With the news that the Texas Rangers have hired Jeff Banister to fill their open managerial position, that leaves only the Minnesota Twins as a team without a leader in place for the 2015 season. Don't expect that to change anytime soon.

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Tigers SS problem already solved? 

October, 17, 2014
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One of the more glaring weaknesses for the Detroit Tigers in 2014 was the lack of offensive production they got from their shortstops. Mostly occupied by a combination of Andrew Romine and Eugenio Suarez, the position hit a combined .223 on the season -- worst in the American League.

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What will Cards rotation be in 2015? 

October, 17, 2014
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The debate as to whether or not St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny made the right call in summoning Michael Wacha to pitch in what turned out to be the final inning of the NLCS on Thursday will likely continue for quite some time. However, looking ahead to 2015, the bigger question is whether or not Wacha will be in the Cardinals rotation.

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Davis on the market again? 

October, 17, 2014
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Last winter, when he was still with the New York Mets, Ike Davis's name came up time and again as a potential trade candidate. It wasn't until mid-April, though, that the Pittsburgh Pirates finally decided to take the first baseman for a test drive and pulled the trigger on a deal.

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Another Cuban defector? 

October, 16, 2014
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A pair of cousins who played for Matanza in the Cuban baseball league reportedly went missing over the weekend, and it now appears that the motive behind their disappearance was for the purpose of eventually making it to the United States.

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Tigers staying put in pen? 

October, 16, 2014
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He saved 35 games for the Detroit Tigers in 2014, and while the bullpen as a whole faltered in the ALDS, Joe Nathan's only inning of work was a three-up, three-down affair. Perhaps that's why the closer is expected to be back in that role for 2015.

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After being unceremoniously swept by the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS, outfielder Nelson Cruz of the Baltimore Orioles found himself suddenly wondering if he had already played his last game for the team -- and he might not be alone.

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