Los Angeles TimesMLB report: Royals and starter Danny Duffy agree to $65-million, five-year contractLos Angeles TimesPerhaps the Royals and Danny Duffy thought Kansas City sports fans could use some good news. The team announced a $65-million, five-year contract with the popular left-hander on Monday, ensuring he will remain with the Royals through the 2021 season ...MLB Hot Stove: Royals reportedly agree to five-year extension with Danny DuffyCBSSports.comRoyals sign Danny Duffy to 5-year, $65 million extensionMLB Daily Dishall 47 news articles »
MLB Trade RumorsMLBTR Poll: Who'll Sign Greg Holland?MLB Trade RumorsThere has been a fair amount of reporting this winter on Greg Holland, the wild card on the closer's market. While we won't ever know just how much he'd have earned if his last two seasons had matched the three that came before — which would have made ...MLB Free Agents: Jason Hammel to Texas Rangers, Greg Holland to Washington NationalsiSportsTimes.comall 3 news articles »
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Huffington PostMLB Player Mansplained Birth Control To Jessica Chastain, Twitter Had None Of ItHuffington PostMatt Garza, a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers, recently took it upon himself to weigh in on women's health care. On Jan. 12, actress Jessica Chastain tweeted her disappointment in the Senate's recent vote to gut the Affordable ...
Relocation Less Common in MLB Than NFL, Other LeaguesFanGraphs (blog)In 1972, the Washington Senators packed up and moved down to Texas to become the Rangers. In the 45 years since the Senators' departure, however, only a single other Major League Baseball franchise has relocated: the Montreal Expos (owned by MLB ...and more »
CBSSports.comMLB Hot Stove Rumors: Busy Astros remain interested in Sonny ...CBSSports.comThe Astros improved their offense this winter, and now they want to add pitching.and more »
MLB.comTodd Zolecki discusses the Phillies reportedly agreeing to terms with outfielder Michael Saunders to help boost ...MLB.comSources told MLB.com recently that the Phillies were confident they would acquire either Saunders or free-agent outfielder Brandon Moss-- or possibly even Mets right fielder Jay Bruce -- before the beginning of Spring Training next month in Clearwater ...MLB Rumors: Michael Saunders close to deal with PhilliesFOXSports.comPhillies sign Michael Saunders to 1-year, $9 million dealMLB Daily DishKen Rosenthal on Twitter: "Sources: Saunders deal with #Phillies one year, $9M with club option. Option worth $11M ...Twitterall 45 news articles »
CBSSports.comThe Cardinals are still waiting to be disciplined by MLB for the hacking scandalCBSSports.comAnd yet, the Cardinals themselves have not been disciplined by Major League Baseball for the scandal. Commissioner Rob Manfred said the "time has come" for a resolution back in November, but the team is still waiting. Over the weekend GM John Mozeliak ...Cards chairman expects MLB to rule on Correa hacking case before spring trainingBelleville News-Democratall 7 news articles »
CBSSports.comMLB Hot Stove: Blue Jays reportedly nearing a deal with Jose BautistaCBSSports.comAfter losing Edwin Encarnacion to the Cleveland Indians earlier this offseason, it appears the Toronto Blue Jays will retain their other big free agent slugger, Jose Bautista . Toronto and Bautista are reportedly nearing a contract agreement. The team ...Bautista, Blue Jays closeMLB.comMLB Rumors: Jose Bautista, Blue Jays Nearing Two-Year Contract Worth $35M To $40MNESN.comMLB Free Agent Rumors: Rays in bidding war for Jose BautistaDRaysBayChat Sports -FanSided -Sporting News -Twitterall 100 news articles »
ESPNOrioles' Adam Jones: MLB short on anthem protests because it's a 'white man's sport'ESPNWith racial issues in the United States coming to the forefront in the sports world, Major League Baseball players generally have been absent from the growing chorus of athletes who have publicly spoken out about problems they may see in the United ...and more »