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- The Cardinals’ Yadier Molina plans to retire after his contract is up in 2020.
Hot Stove Alert!!! The Blue Jays have acquired Randal Grichuk. Yay?
- Things in Miami have gone for bad to worse to a total and complete disaster. Christian Yelich has a ‘broken’ relationship with Marlins.
The Cubs have re-signed Brian Duensing to a 2-year deal.
Cleveland and the Orioles have discussed a potential deal for Manny Machado.
The Red Sox made a 5-year, $100 million offer to J.D. Martinez.
MLB trying to blame Scott Boras for the slow offseason is straight up silly.
The Blue Jays have signed pitcher Al Alburquerque to a minor-league deal.
Tim Tebow Watch Watch: Our hero and savior has officially been invited to Mets spring training.
Finding glimmers for a new Pirates window of winning.
Does Eric Hosmer ACTUALLY have any offers on the table? That’d be quite the twist.
- A top free agent is ready to sit out part of the season if teams continue to offer undervalued deals.
Baseball’s economic system is broken.
- The MLBPA might let MLB implement pace of play without a fight.
MLB will reportedly have a pitch clock this season after players reject proposal, so that should be fun maybe? I’m numb to everything at this point.
This MLB offseason might take Ichiro away from us, and that is the last straw.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 1997, Pudge Rodriguez agrees to a $6.65 million contract to catch for the Rangers next season.