Minnesota Twins Outright Eddie Rosario

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The Minnesota Twins have placed outfielder Eddie Rosario on outright waivers. The news was first reported by Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic on Twitter. Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario is on outright waivers, sources tell The Athletic. The move is the clearest sign yet he will be non-tendered. Twins essentially giving him chance to be claimed […] READ MORE


Miami Marlins Hire Kim Ng as New GM

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Meet Kim Ng: The Miami Marlins New GM The Miami Marlins made significant history on Friday. The team announced that they hired Kim Ng to be their new General Manager. First with the news was Jon Heyman on Twitter. Breaking: Kim Ng appears in line to become Marlins GM. First female GM of MLB team. […] READ MORE


MLB MVP Winners Announced

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MVP Award Winners Announced Thursday, the National League and American League Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award winners were officially announced. Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox won the AL MVP Award. Meanwhile, Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves won NL MVP. There were many worthy candidates for the MVP Award in both leagues this […] READ MORE


Alex Cora Hired Back by the Red Sox

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Alex Cora Back in the Managerial Chair for the Boston Red Sox The Boston Red Sox have officially rehired Alex Cora. Jon Heyman of MLB Network reported the news on his Twitter page. Breaking: Alex Cora is back as Red Sox manager — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 6, 2020 Throughout the process, Red Sox ownership […] READ MORE


BBWAA Announces MVP Finalists

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Most Valuable Player Award Finalists In standard tradition, the Baseball Writers Association of America announced the finalists for each of the four major awards on Monday. These awards recognize some of the games best in both the American and National League. This article will focus on the three MVP Award finalists in the NL and […] READ MORE


Baseball Owner and Winter Meetings Cancelled In-Person

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News Regarding the Owners and Winter Meetings Friday, Major League Baseball announced that the Owners Meetings and the Winter Meetings were cancelled. First with the news was Jeff Passan of ESPN. The latest fallout from the pandemic in baseball: There will be no in-person Winter Meetings this year. This was long expected, but Major League […] READ MORE


Indians Decline 2021 Option on Brad Hand

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Brad Hand Likely to Find a New Home for 2021 Season Thursday, the Cleveland Indians officially declined the 2021 option on reliever Brad Hand. First with the news was Zack Meisel on Twitter. The Indians have placed Brad Hand on outright waivers with the intention of declining his $10 million club option if he goes […] READ MORE


MLB Players Options Declined for 2021

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Teams Decline 2021 Options on Several Notable MLB Players Now that the World Series is officially in the books, the attention turns towards the Hot Stove. The first big deadline this Hot Stove season is from now until Friday to exercise or decline player’s options. As a standard tradition in the MLB, this part of […] READ MORE


Commissioner Manfred Provides Financial Update

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Commissioner Manfred Speaks on the Finances of Baseball This week, Barry Bloom of Sportico interviewed MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred regarding the financial state of baseball. According to Commissioner Manfred, “Major League Baseball’s 30 clubs have amassed an unprecedented $8.3 billion [dollars] of debt from their various lenders.” Even if you are not working in the […] READ MORE


Joe Morgan Passes Away

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Cincinnati Reds second baseman and Hall of Famer Joe Morgan passed away this morning. Morgan was 77 years old. Bob Nightengale of USA Today was the first with the news on Twitter. More awful news. Hall of Famer Joe Morgan has passed away. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) October 12, 2020 Over the last six weeks, […] READ MORE