Two years away from being a free agent, center fielder Billy Hamilton could be a dynamic trade asset for the Reds because of his speed and defensive ability.
“It was a unique process and a rewarding process,” Cubs president of baseball operations Epstein said from the Winter Meetings on Monday. “I’m proud of what we did, and I wouldn’t change anything that we did in the process except the result.”</p>
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Will Josh Hader return to the Brewers’ starting rotation for 2018 or stay in the bullpen? That remained an open question as the Winter Meetings began Monday, but manager Craig Counsell promised it won’t remain open forever.
Brewers general manager David Stearns confirmed Monday that outfielder Domingo Santana has been drawing interest from rival teams, but he suggested it would take a haul to move a player coming off a 30-home run season with four years of club control remaining.
Want to chat with Pirates manager Clint Hurdle? Ever dreamed of throwing out the first pitch at beautiful PNC Park or taking in a game from the suite level? The Pirates are offering three experiences in this year’s auction.
The Cardinals are auctioning off a complete set of 2017 promotional items and a collection of team-issued hats as part of this year’s Winter Meetings charity auction, which runs until 9 p.m. CT on Thursday.
After monopolizing Hot Stove headlines for weeks, Giancarlo Stanton commanded one last wave of winter attention on Monday as he slipped on a pinstripe jersey while being officially introduced as a Yankee on the first day of Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings.
Major League Baseball announced that its sixth annual charity auction will support the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund, in memory of the late pioneering baseball executive whose career spanned 40 years. Submitted for bidding from the Reds is a meet and greet with All-Star first baseman Joey Votto.
The Cubs-related offerings include a chance to meet the team’s broadcasters; to play catch at Wrigley Field; and to spend a “dream day” at the ballpark. Opening bids for the three items are $1,000.
Meet the closer, or meet the media? An online charity auction that began Monday offers Brewers fans the opportunity to do both.