It has been a relatively quiet offseason in terms of transactions thus far not just for the Reds, but also for much of Major League Baseball. That could change quickly this week.
In need of help at the back of their bullpen, the Cubs are nearing a deal with free-agent right-hander Brandon Morrow, according to MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman. The club has not confirmed the report.
Before the Cubs’ contingent arrived for the Winter Meetings, they were able to check an item off their to-do list by signing free-agent pitcher Tyler Chatwood. But there’s much more to do, starting Monday.
Should the Brewers remain on the rebuilding road or is it time to go for it? As baseball executives prepare for the official start of the Winter Meetings on Monday, Milwaukee GM David Stearns would not publicly commit to one path or the other.
Pirates closer Felipe Rivero says he lets his sister, Priscilla, handle most of his offseason business. She could be busy next week.
With the Winter Meetings drawing near, the buzz at PiratesFest on Saturday at PNC Park was less about what the Pirates should bring in and more about who they shouldn’t move out. Namely, Andrew McCutchen.
Beginning at noon CT on Monday, fans can purchase player autograph tickets for the Cardinals’ Winter Warm-Up, which will be held January 13-15 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.
As they often remind us, the Pirates will never set out to “win the winter.” Their budget prohibits splashy free-agent signings, and they rarely find themselves in the middle of blockbuster trades in the offseason.
In advance of Major League Baseball’s 2018 Winter Meetings, which open Monday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., MLB.com is highlighting each club’s most memorable Winter Meetings in recent history. For the Cardinals, that requires a look back at 2011, when their negotiations with Albert Pujols reached an end.
St. Louis Cardinals Chairman and CEO Bill DeWitt, Jr., and President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak issued the following statements on the club’s potential acquisition of Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton.
The Cardinals’ pursuit of Giancarlo Stanton officially ended on Friday after the team was informed that the Marlins slugger would not waive his no-trade clause to accept a trade to St. Louis.
When the Winter Meetings return to a familiar venue next week at Walt Disney World’s Swan and Dolphin Hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., it will be the same place where the Reds pulled off a coup of sorts. In 2006, Cincinnati landed a wayward former top prospect named Josh Hamilton in the Rule 5 […]