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Report: White Sox Considering Shortstop Ian Desmond

(CBS) Two weeks ago, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn expressed his comfort with the team’s roster in present form, but admitted he’s still looking for players to add. 134 more words

Sports

Low Morale at CBS Sports.com as it Eschews Reporting in Favor of Aggregation

Steve Elling made the biggest mistake of his career in 2001, though he wouldn’t realize it for a decade. He gave up covering Florida State football at the Orlando Sentinel to cover golf and its young ascending star, Tiger Woods. 2,889 more words

Media Gossip/Musings

Report: Cespedes Wants To Stay In New York, But Nats Have Best Offer

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — How badly do the Mets want him?

That’s the question Yoenis Cespedes’ agents are trying to figure out.

Reports on the status of the free agent slugger are flying fast and furious, with the latest from Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal saying Cespedes, who helped lead the Mets’ to the World Series last season after being acquired from Detroit at the trade deadline, prefers to stay in New York. 263 more words

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Belt Arbitration Heating Up a Notch

By:  Jake Kucheck

In the wake of the Giants unprecedented spending frenzy, a combined $251 Million for Johnny Cueto, Jeff Samardzija, and Denard Span, attention now turns to the Giants dual arbitration cases, Brandon Belt and George Kontos. 122 more words

NL West

Heyman: Mets Reach 1-Year, $4.325 Million Deal With Harvey

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Mets have reached deals with pitcher Matt Harvey and four other players.

The team also said it exchanged salary arbitration figures with first baseman Lucas Duda and three others on Friday. 117 more words

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Cardinals Avoid Arbitration with Brandon Moss

By:  Jim Tsapelas

In a story initially broke by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the St. Louis Cardinals avoid arbitration with Brandon Moss; by signing Moss to a one year contract reportedly worth $8.25 million dollars. 259 more words

MLB

Heyman: Mets Staying In Touch With Yoenis Cespedes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It might be a long shot, but it’s not impossible that Yoenis Cespedes could return to the Mets in 2016, CBSSports.com/WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman said Wednesday. 331 more words

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