- Phillies-Twins Make a Deal While Everyone Heads to the Airport
- The Waiting Game Continues at MLB’s Winter Meetings
- Many Unanswered Questions As the Winter Meetings Wind Down
The Philadelphia Phillies dealt young starting pitchers Vance Worley and Trevor May to the Minnesota Twins for center fielder Ben Revere, addressing Philly’s biggest lineup hole and dramatically changing the market for available outfielders now that Michael Bourn’s most likely path is blocked.
As the Winter Meetings near their end here in Nashville, the latest buzz has Zack Greinke potentially going somewhere other than the Dodgers. Which seems … impossible, really. And here’s the latest being reported on the megadeal front: The Rays and Royals have talked about a swap of Minor League Player of the Year Wil Myers for veteran right-hander James Shields.
A grab bag of smaller deals and rumors.
- Trying to Get Used to a World Where the Yankees Are Fiscally Responsible
- Rays Keeping Up With the AL East Joneses
- Outfielders a Hot Commodity in Nashville
At a time when every team should be feeling flush, one unlikely ball club has appeared more reluctant to add payroll than any other: the New York Yankees.
The Tampa Bay Rays are one of several teams to have made moves that could have significant implications for the rest of the roster, depending on how all the pieces fit.
The race for remaining outfielders is heating up in Nashville.
- Haren Heads to D.C. to Give Nats’ Rotation a Low-Cost Boost
- The Hot News From the Winter Meetings
- For Some Reason the Giants Think Angel Pagan Is Worth $40 Million
- Red Sox Make Their First Move With Napoli Signing
- Who Will Make a Splash at the MLB Winter Meetings?
The Washington Nationals agreed to terms with pitcher Dan Haren on a one-year, $13 million contract. It’s one of those rare cases where we shouldn’t assume the deal is entirely done yet.
Odds and ends as we roll into Day 2 of the Winter Meetings.
Angel Pagan might be a late bloomer. And the Giants just gave him a four-year contract, worth $40 million.
The Boston Red Sox signed Mike Napoli to a three-year, $39 million contract. Which raises the question: Which Mike Napoli are they getting?
What to expect from this year’s meetings.