On the same day autograph tickets went on sale for the team’s upcoming Winter Warm-Up event, the Cards announced the schedule for their 2016 Cardinals Caravan, which will span six states and 21 cities over four days.
Though the current plans could be slightly altered by some signings or trades that could be completed within the next few days or weeks, the Braves have laid the foundation for the makeup of an infield mix that will no longer benefit from Andrelton Simmons’ presence. Within the November trade that sent Simmons to the […]
The boxes have been checked, the celebration is about to begin, and, as always, the debate will continue. The coming of the new year mean’s it’s Hall of Fame time again, with the much-anticipated 2016 class ready to be unveiled today at 6 p.m. ET.
The Tigers have remained quiet on the free-agent hitting market this offseason, but they’ve kept their eye on a power-hitting corner outfielder all winter. No. 2 prospect Steven Moya hasn’t been on anyone’s radar, but he has tried to make the case that he can be influential in Detroit next season.
Outfielder Nomar Mazara has been selected as the 2015 Tom Grieve Rangers Minor League Player of the Year, the club announced Tuesday.
The Rangers have signed veteran left-hander Cesar Ramos to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, the club announced Tuesday. Ramos has spent most of his Major League career as a reliever, but will be given a chance to start in Spring Training.
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette had hoped to have more activity before the holidays. “I thought there would be a few more deals done by now,” said Duquette, who is still looking for a left-handed hitter and rotation upgrades.”
Mariners fans remember the gorgeous Ken Griffey Jr. swing, the effortless catches, the monster home runs and megawatt smile. Now comes the capper, a Hall of Fame induction everyone knew was just a matter of waiting the requisite five years. Now it’s time.
Finding some right-handed power was on the Indians’ to-do list for this winter. Cleveland believes it has found a solution in Mike Napoli. On Tuesday, the Indians formally signed Napoli to a one-year, $7 million contract that includes another $3 million possible through incentives.
A well-known baseball executive accepted a job in Cleveland on Tuesday, but it had nothing to do with the Indians. Paul DePodesta, who got his start in baseball with the Tribe two decades ago, left the Mets and has been hired by the NFL’s Cleveland Browns to be their chief strategy officer.
Former Major Leaguer Charlie Haeger highlighted the Rays’ announcements of the organization’s Minor League on-field coaching and medical staffs for the 2016 season Tuesday.