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Random Thoughts: Lester, Martin, and Moncada

Since the signing of Joe Maddon, it appeared as though the Cubs were on the verge of something big, really big. It appeared with Maddon on board, free agents would be lining up on Waveland to sign with the Cubs. 821 more words

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New Teams: New Hopes

Free Agency Preview

The offseason is upon us which means teams are starting over and getting ready for next year. Teams like the Royals and Giants who experienced high success this season will be looking to fill in the small holes they have in their roster, playoff teams who didn’t quite make the big dance such as the Tigers and Dodgers will be looking for that extra piece that could get them there, while teams who disappointed such as the Red Sox and the Rangers will be looking for additions that will make them competitors once again. 1,851 more words

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Indians have talked to Justin Masterson about a reunion

The Indians have talked to free agent pitcher Justin Masterson about coming back to Cleveland, Paul Hoynes of The Plain Dealer reports. The club parted with Masterson at the end of July, trading him to the Cardinals in exchange for minor league outfielder James Ramsey. 76 more words

Report: Cubs trying to acquire Jordan Zimmermann from Nationals

10:30 p.m. EST update: CSNChicago’s Patrick Mooney is among the chorus shooting down the Zimmerman-to-the-Cubs rumor, reporting that there’s nothing going on between the two teams… 278 more words

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WAR-Based Free Agent Values of Possible Pirate Pitching Targets

Brandon McCarthy: $11.2 million per year

Ervin Santana: $9.0 million per year

Francisco Liriano: $10.1 million per year

Jason Hammel: $7.6 million

Justin Masterson: $8.7 million… 68 more words

My Winter Wishes: Hot Stove 2014-2015

In my last post I stated that I would write another post regarding possible off season transactions (or non-transactions) that the Cardinals should make.  This is that post.  1,757 more words

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Cardinals expected to lose all five free-agents-to-be

The Cardinals aren’t expected to retain any of the five players eligible to head into free agency, MLB.com’s Jenifer Langosch writes. Only three of those players — Pat Neshek, A.J. 89 more words