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2016 Catcher's Market Moving Quickly

Pictured Above: Seattle Mariner’s catcher Chris Iannetta

Beginning with catcher Matt Wieters‘ acceptance of the $15.8 million qualifying offer from the Baltimore Orioles, the catching market for the 2015 offseason is moving fast, and quickly becoming scarce. 583 more words

Free Agency Rumors

The White Sox need to be Bold this Offseason

The White Sox are an interesting team to watch this offseason. They have a nice core of players that are on team-friendly deals such as Adam Eaton, Jose Quintana, Chris Sale, and Jose Abreu. 214 more words

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Cubs Interested in Reunion With Samardzija?

Free agent starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija and the Chicago Cubs have discussed the idea of a possible reunion this offseason, about 18 months after the Cubs dealt Samardzija to the Athletics.   349 more words

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Lost Advertisements--Ty Cobb in San Francisco

A 1920 advertisement that appeared in The San Francisco Call for The Emporium, a local department store, welcoming Ty Cobb.  He was on a nearly two-month barnstorming tour of the West Coast. 394 more words

Biggest Thanksgiving Week Transactions in Recent Baseball History

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families from the staff at Baseball Magazine. As you celebrate this day – however you choose to do so – I thought I’d take a look at some transactions that have occurred over the Thanksgiving holiday, that have given fans a reason to be thankful over the past few seasons. 367 more words

Daily Short

Alex Avila was a good move for the White Sox. Here's why:

Yesterday, the White Sox signed catcher Alex Avila to one year deal worth two and half million dollars. Avila only played sixty-seven games this season but this is a good move for the White Sox. 172 more words

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White Soxs Sign Alex Avila

Yesterday, the Chicago White Soxs signed former divisional rival Alex Avila. Avila played his first 7 seasons in Detroit as their primary backstop. Avila and the White Soxs agreed to a 1 year deal worth $2.5 mil. 160 more words