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Report: Scherzer most likely to re-sign with Tigers

According to ESPN analyst Jim Bowden, the Detroit Tigers remain the most likely landing spot for Max Scherzer.

Bowden wrote a list of seven potential landing spots for Scherzer Wednesday and had the Tigers atop of the list with 2-1 odds of re-signing the 30-year-old starter. 486 more words


Caps Breakout Holiday Blockbusters, Drinks Nog from Moose Mug, Pt. 2

After the mega-deal that sent Matt Kemp from the Caps to the Beasts, GM Jason Golub took his sip from the moose mug and landed a veteran whale of his own. 580 more words

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Cashman: Yankees unlikely to sign Max Scherzer

Times have changed in the Bronx, players are getting to be too expensive for the New York Yankees. Well obviously not too expensive but they are spending their money differently and I believe more wisely. 307 more words


What's Next For The Dodgers?

After the craziness of Winter Meetings where the Dodgers went all out and made moves that saw guys like Howie Kendrick and Jimmy Rollins added to the roster as well as Dee Gordon and Matt Kemp traded away all is quiet on the Dodgers front….For now. 1,304 more words


Free Agent Report: Scherzer's Market?

It’s believed that Max Scherzer has a standing offer on the table from the Detroit Tigers that is a standing offer but the absolute max that they will go, an estimated $160 Million over 7 years (which they offered in the spring to him). 463 more words

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Cubs, Red Sox, Dodgers, Padres, Rangers, and Astros interested in Phillies' Cole Hamels

Via’s Nick Cafardo’s Sunday notebook in the Boston Globe:

4. Cole Hamels, LHP, Phillies — The Cubs, Red Sox, Dodgers, Padres, and Rangers are interested in Hamels.

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Cardinals not active on Max Scherzer market

The St. Louis Cardinals have come out and said they are not in active pursuit of Max Scherzer. The Detroit Tigers just a few days ago also said they were not actively looking to re-sign their ace. 275 more words