Oakland A’s Agree To One-Year Deal With Pat Neshek

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The Oakland Athletics made an important move to bolster their bullpen heading into next season, signing relief pitcher, Pat Neshek to a one year deal. Neshek’s one year deal avoids arbitration with Oakland. Neshek, 32, pitched in 24 regular season […]

David Ross Signs Two Year Deal With Red Sox

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Free agent catcher, David Ross will join the Boston Red Sox next season, likely backing up Jarrod Saltalamacchia as the number two catcher on the depth chart. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports first reported the deal Ross will sign for […]

Jason Bay, New York Mets Part Ways

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The New York Mets and outfielder, Jason Bay agreed to “part ways” today, finishing a three year run together. Bay signed a four year, 66 million dollar contract prior to the 2010 regular season, but he battled concussions and never really […]

Oakland Athletics Ink Bartolo Colon To One-Year Deal

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The Oakland Athletics made their stamp in free agency on Saturday, signing 39-year old starting pitcher, Bartolo Colon to a one-year deal to remain in Oakland. Colon recorded 10 wins for the Athletics last year before his suspension, along with a 3.43 earned run […]

Chicago Cubs’ Acquire Crucial Starting Pitcher In Dan Haren

Dan Haren

The Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Angels highlighted the night prior to free agency, swapping two big name pitchers across clubs. The Angels sent starting pitcher, Dan Haren in exchange for former Cubs’ closer, Carlos Marmol. The trade fills two […]

MLB Rumors: David Ortiz Close To Deal With Boston Red Sox

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Boston Red Sox slugger, David Ortiz has been a huge part of the Red Sox for the past several years. The Red Sox have reaped the benefits of his play and want to keep him. According to Jon Heyman of […]

Detroit Tigers Pick Up Club Options On Dotel and Peralta

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Following their quick exit in the World Series, the Detroit Tigers made two key roster decisions today in hopes for a return to the fall classic next season. The Tigers announced that they picked up the club options on shortstop, Jhonny Peralta and […]

Athletics Pick Up Grant Balfour’s Option, Decline Stephen Drew’s

Grant Balfour Celebrates as he and the A's Defeat Rangers 12-5 to Win AL West on Final Day of Season

The Oakland Athletics took a big step in assuring a solid presence late in games on the mound next year, picking up Grant Balfour‘s option for next season. Balfour will earn $4.5 million next year, following a 24 save performance in the […]

Placido Polanco Not Returning To Phillies Next Season

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The Philadelphia Phillies made an expected move as MLB free agency approaches in only six days, declining their part of the $5.5 million option for third baseman, Placido Polanco. Polanco will receive a $1 million buyout from the Phillies. Management […]

Miguel Olivo’s Option Declined By The Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners announced on Wednesday that they will not accept Miguel Olivo‘s contract option for the 2013 season. Olivo will enter the free agent market the day after the World Series ends. The Mariners also released infielder, Munenori Kawasaki from […]

MLB Rumors: Will The Minnesota Twins Accept Scott Baker’s Club Option?

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With the World Series underway, various MLB clubs begin accepting and declining options on important players as free agency draws near. The Minnesota Twins started that process yesterday, announcing that relief pitcher Matt Capps will not return on a club option for […]

Minnesota Twins Decline Option On Relief Pitcher Matt Capps

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The Minnesota Twins set aside some extra cash for free agency this off-season, notifying former relief pitcher Matt Capps, that the team will not be picking up his $6 million option for next season. Instead, the Twins will buy Capps […]