Los Angeles Dodgers' outfield Matt Kemp may be the hottest commodity heading into this week's MLB Winter Meetings.
The New York Yankees are in the swing of the MLB 2014 Opening Week, and they're dreaming of a 28th World Series title. There are a few key players that the Yankees could trade for to get them that that ring. Want to know who? Read on and find out.
The Detroit Tigers have reportedly failed to finalize an extension deal with reigning American League Cy Young pitcher Max Scherzer, casting a cloud of doubt over the hurler's future with his current team.
In the latest reports, the Dodgers are in search for solid players that will comprise their bench - which is the weakest in their division.
With Masahiro Tanaka out of the free agency market, teams who lost out in the Tanaka sweepstakes are expected to pursue the remaining pitchers available on the market or strike trades with currently-signed starting pitchers.
The New York Yankees may have some more spending money coming their way for free agency after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz recently handed New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez a 162-game suspension for his involvement in the well-publicized biogenesis scandal.
The bidding war for Masahiro Tanaka is officially on as the Japanese pitcher and his agent started talking to MLB teams on Thursday, a day after arriving in the United States.
The Seattle Mariners appear to be the frontrunner to get the services of Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, a reliable league source disclosed on Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are very much capable of pulling off the trade that would give them former American League Cy Young Winner David Price, having the rights over top farm prospects such Zach Lee and Joc Pederson.
Bidding war for Japanese hurler expected to get heated
The Masahiro Tanaka drama in Japan ended on Wednesday after his Japanese club announced that they will allow the star pitcher to leave, reversing its earlier decision to keep him for one more year.
The New York Mets made a couple of interesting moves this offseason but they are reportedly not yet done tweaking their roster in hopes of improving their chances in the next MLB season.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly taking steps to land former American League Cy Young winner and current Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher David Price, a source close to situation reported on Saturday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly close in hammering a new deal with setup man Brian Wilson, a source close to situation reported on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are more likely to trade Andre Ethier instead of Matt Kemp as the ballclub plans to infuse more youth next season, a source close to situation reported last week.
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