1. Rangers Re-Sign Adam Rosales

    The Rangers have agreed to terms with utility infielder Adam Rosales on a one-year, $900K contract, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports (Twitter link). The Rangers had non-tendered the Octagon client earlier this winter...

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  2. Arrest Made in Death of Former Angels Draft Pick

    COLLEGE PARK, Ga. -- Police in suburban Atlanta say a man has been arrested in the shooting death of former Los Angeles Angels first-round draft pick Ryan Bolden...

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  3. Daniels: Shields 'Not in the Cards' for Rangers

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  4. Angels Unlikely to Have Josh Hamilton Finish out His Contract with Team

    Answering fan questions, MLB .com's Alden Gonzalez thinks that it's unlikely outfielder Josh Hamilton finishes out his contract with the Angels ...

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  5. Which Oakland Athletics Starting Pitcher Will Get Dealt First?

    Alex Hall makes his weekly appearance on the Phil Naessens Show. They talk starting pitching and then speculate on which A's starting pitcher will get traded first.....

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  6. 3 Things Seattle Mariners Still Need to Do Before the Start of Spring Training

    With the additions of Nelson Cruz, Justin Ruggiano and Seth Smith, the 2015 Seattle Mariners roster is nearly complete. Seattle did a nice job of addressing its major needs while only adding payroll and trading marginal prospects...

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  7. Mailbag: How Long Will Hamilton Be with Angels?

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  8. Texas Rangers Minor-Leaguer the Sultan of Swat in Australia

    Kellin Deglan, of the Texas Rangers ' organization, claimed the single-season record for home runs in the Australian Baseball League on Saturday night...

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  9. Might A's Look to Cuba to Find Second Baseman?

    As the A's attempt to upgrade their roster before spring training, don't be surprised if the international free agent market is an option they explore...

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  10. Longtime Mariners Scout Bill Kearns, 94, Dies

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  11. New Year's Resolutions for the Oakland A's in 2015

    You can bet, like most people, the players on the Oakland A's have New Year's resolutions for 2015. During the week of Christmas, I asked A's fans what would be on their wish list ...

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  12. Smith Feeling Peachy About Joining Mariners

    For Seth Smith, 2014 didn't end on a very happy note, but not because of his trade from the Padres to the Mariners ...

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  13. Astros Seek to Build on Gains Made in 2014

    The Astros are ready to win. They took a huge step toward that goal last season when they improved by 19 games over 2013...

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  14. Four 20-Somethings Help Angels Make Sense of All That Data

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  15. The Angels Second Base Competition

    Spring training doesn't start for several weeks but the Angels are already shaping up to have one of the most competitive position battles in all of baseball...

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  16. Three Players Who Will Impact the 2015 Oakland Athletics

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  17. A's Top 5 Moments of 2014

    It was an up-and-down calendar year for the A's. At times, they were the best team in baseball and at others, they were the worst...

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  18. Jesus Montero Is in the Best Shape of His Life

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  19. GM Says Montero Will Compete for Roster Spot

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  20. Seth Smith Trade Completes Outfield Makeover for AL West-Hopeful Mariners

    Taken in isolation, the trade that landed Seth Smith on the Seattle Mariners won't rock the baseball world. Taken in the context of Seattle's offseason outfield overhaul, however, it could shift the balance of power in the American League West...

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  21. New Year's Resolutions for Seattle Mariners in 2015

    2014 was an exciting year for a suddenly revitalized Seattle Mariners team. Robinson Cano was brilliant in his first season in Seattle, and Felix Hernandez just missed out on ...

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  22. Jeff Bagwell Open to Return to Astros Organization

    Almost five years after abruptly leaving the Astros organization, Jeff Bagwell is open to reestablishing ties with the club now that AJ Hinch is the manager...

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  23. Texas Rangers Sign Former Power Prospect to Minor-League Deal

    The Texas Rangers have signed first baseman-designated hitter Mike McDade, a promising power prospect as recently as 2012, to a minor-league deal.....

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  24. Could the Texas Rangers Pursue Max Scherzer?

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  25. Longtime Rangers Clubhouse Manager Joe Macko Dies

    Longtime Texas Rangers clubhouse manager Joe Macko died Friday morning. He was 86. Macko worked in professional baseball for 54 years before retiring from the Rangers in 2001...

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