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Reds Fits For Mariners?

The Cincinnati Reds are willing to discuss trading several of their higher-profile players, according to a report by FOXSports.com’s Ken Rosenthal. Among those are outfielder Jay Bruce, whom Rosenthal writes is a player for which Cincinnati has had preliminary trade talks, right-handers Mat Latos and Mike Leake and perhaps even ace Johnny Cueto. 816 more words

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A Crazy Idea for the Colorado Rockies Next Season

Second to only the Arizona Diamondbacks with the worst record in baseball, the Colorado Rockies had a miserable 2014 season. A plethora of injuries along with a lack of pitching depth gave them another forgettable year of baseball. 1,162 more words

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Justin Upton on the move?

Is there any doubt now that the Atlanta Braves are rebuilding and basically starting over from scratch? With a new head baseball guy in charge of player personnel moves (John Hart), the Braves began retooling this winter by trading Jason Heyward. 177 more words

Hicks, Wilson knocking on big league door

With the winter months settling in, baseball teams are in the middle of their off-season plans. One of those is the annual Rule 5 draft, which allows teams to select players from other big league organization’s minor league systems and give them a full season on their major league roster, for a dirt cheap price of $50,000. 283 more words

9 Inning Baseball Talk (The Hot Stove)

Did you miss last nights show as Kelly and Josh talked about a few of the major signings and trades that have already gone done this offseason?  60 more words

9 Inning Baseball Talk Radio Show

Listen To The Steve Sandmeyer Show - Thursday, November 20th

Steve, Bill and Jason talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, Hawkblogger.com columnist Brian Nemhauser, USA Today MLB reporter Gabe Laques, Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine, Sports Anchor for CBS 5 in Arizona… 26 more words

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Five Statistical Facts about Arthur Rhodes

Maybe baseball’s first official left-handed specialist out of the bullpen, Arthur Rhodes had a 20-year career spent with 9 different teams. He was never a household name or a guy you might see a fan with a jersey of. 385 more words

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