The Los Angeles Dodgers might pull off a big surprise this season, as their contract extension with All-Star slugger Hanley Ramirez remains unresolved.
The Tampa Bay Rays could trade David Price anytime soon after signing young pitcher Chris Archer to a six-year contract extension on Wednesday.
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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.
The New York Yankees could reportedly consider trading veteran hitter Ichiro Suzuki to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for some bullpen help, according to one recent article in Bleacher Report earlier this week.
According to a reliable league source, the Yankees have already set their sights on Toronto Blue Jays slugger Reyes as the next member of their infield unit.
The Baltimore Orioles continued to collect veteran hurlers this offseason after signing former Cy Yong winner Johan Santana to a minor-league deal, a source close to the situation reported on Wednesday.
Former Cy Young winner Cliff Lee could find himself pitching for another ballclub as the Philadelphia Phillies look to unload his hefty paycheck this season, a reliable league source disclosed on Thursday.
Japanese slugger Ichiro Suzuki could be on his way out from the New York Yankees, according to recent trade rumors.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baltimore Orioles have reportedly maintained their interest in getting New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis, who has been on the trading block throughout the offseason.
The New York Yankees are still looking for a solid addition to their starting rotation, and reports on Sunday indicated that they are still very interested in acquiring free agent pitcher Ervin Santana.
The New York Yankees are reportedly considering pulling off a trade that would fill in the void that will be left by shortstop and pinstripes captain Derek Jeter, who announced he will retire at the end of the 2014 MLB season.
The Detroit Tigers are reportedly open to trading ace pitcher Max Scherzer, if an enticing offer is placed on the table, a reliable league source disclosed on Thursday.
The Cleveland Indians' interest in retaining starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez has apparently subsided, leading up for the possibility their former ace would play for another ball club next season, a source close to the situation reported on Thursday.
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