Cespedes Gains Dominican Residency
Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes moved one step closer to free agency today. According to a report from MLB.com Cespedes has been granted residency in the Dominican Republic. He will now await a decision from Major League Baseball in hopes of being declared a free agent. Once free agency is granted Cespedes will likely draw interest from the Cubs, Marlins, Orioles, and Indians. The 26 year old outfielder is said to be seeking a contract in excess of the $30.25 million Aroldis Chapman received from the Reds.
Slumping KC Batters May Decide World Series Game 1
The key to Game 1 of the 2014 World Series may just be the at-bats between San Francisco Giants starter Madison Bumgarner and the struggling right-handed hitters in the Kansas City Royals lineup. Read More