There’s just no way the San Francisco Giants do this thing again, is there? Tell me that’s not where we’re headed. It defies logic. It defies parity, too. If I’m running one of baseball’s other 29 franchises, that’s what I’m telling myself.
The Dodgers on Monday claimed right-handed pitcher Danny Reynolds from the Angels and outfielder Daniel Fields from the Brewers, giving them 38 players on the 40-man roster.
The Dodgers are reportedly signing free agents, trading for All-Star closers, about to name a coaching staff, but making nothing official. “You come here, and there’s a lot of things going, a lot of balls in the air,” new manager Dave Roberts said in his first Winter Meetings interview session.
The Dodgers and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation hosted more than 300 pre-selected schoolchildren from the community at the annual Children’s Holiday Party at Dodger Stadium on Friday.
The Dodgers on Friday acquired left-handed reliever Tyler Olson from the Mariners for cash or a player to be named.
Arizona’s stunning move to sign Zack Greinke doesn’t make the Diamondbacks the slam-dunk favorites in the NL West, but it absolutely makes them contenders. For a team with one winning season in seven years, that’s a big deal.
The Cubs made their one-year deal with free-agent right-hander Trevor Cahill official on Monday at the start of what could be a busy week.
The Cubs have agreed to sign reliever Jean Machi to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to big league Spring Training camp, according to a Tweet from his agent, Felix Olivo.
What’s next for the Cubs? There are three paths that Theo Epstein’s crew can follow in trying to finish off an offseason in which they’ve completed their primary goals, writes columnist Phil Rogers.
Though excited about the destination ahead, Jon Jay, in saying goodbye to the professional organization in which he grew up over the last decade, fought mixed emotions upon learning Tuesday that he had been traded to the Padres.
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny met with the media Wednesday at the Winter Meetings.
OK, the St. Louis Cardinals were losers in the bidding for two major free agents. But “losers” is merely a technical term. If recent baseball history has taught us anything it is that the Cardinals are winners. And after the free-agent frenzy has worn off, a good, long look at the St. Louis roster indicates […]