Four trades, three free agent signings and one contract extension highlighted the third day of the Winter Meetings on Wednesday. Here's a recap of the action.
The Reds are interested in trading Brandon Phillips, though the Yankees rejected a Phillips for Brett Gardner offer recently.
Here's a Winter Meetings zinger featuring the AL MVP voting and an unknown scribe who still uses AOL email.
Despite coming off a major shoulder surgery, nearly one-third of the league is showing interest in Johan Santana.
Contrary to an MLB.com report, the Rangers did not make a seven-year contract offer to Shin-Soo Choo.
Axford has significant interest elsewhere, as well.
Baltimore is trying to fill about four holes.
River Ave. outside Yankee Stadium will be renamed Rivera Ave. in honor of Mariano Rivera following a City Council vote on Tuesday.
Some big news in terms of a possible rule change emerged from the Winter Meetings Wednesday, which is that the league is set to ban catcher collisions at home plate, assuming MLBPA passes it. Here's a sampling on the variety of opinions expressed by managers who were catchers when they played.
The Pirates have added to their rotation depth by signing Edinson Volzquez to a one-year deal.
The Mets have added 40-year-old Bartolo Colon to their rotation. He gets a two-year, $20 million deal.
Jerry Hairston Jr. is retiring after 16 seasons and nine teams. He'll join the Dodgers' television broadcast team.
As expected, Major League Baseball is moving toward banning baserunners plowing over the catcher at home plate. The final step is the Players Association needs to approve it.
The Red Sox are interested in bringing shortstop Stephen Drew back for next season.
During his manager session Angels skipper Mike Scioscia discussed how he's expecting a healthy Albert Pujols and productive Josh Hamilton in 2014. Obviously, he pretty much has to say that, but it's a very reasonable stance.
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