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11/30/2012 | Phillies non-tender outfielder Schierholtz
A source confirmed on Friday that the Phillies have non-tendered outfielder Nate Schierholtz, who was eligible for salary arbitration.

11/30/2012 | Pirates part ways with Karstens after five seasons
Righty Jeff Karstens was designated for assignment on Friday by the Pirates, who used his vacated roster spot to accommodate newly signed catcher Russell Martin.

11/30/2012 | Blue Jays lose McDade to Tribe on waiver claim
Mike McDade and the Blue Jays officially parted ways on Friday afternoon, as it was announced that the Minor League first baseman had been claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Indians.

11/30/2012 | KC outrights Verdugo, Moore; non-tenders Robinson
Ryan Verdugo and Adam Moore were assigned outright on Friday to Triple-A Omaha, where they played last season. Derrick Robinson cleared waivers and the Royals will not tender him a contract, so he'll become a free agent.

11/30/2012 | Cards recognize Minor League players of year
Double-A Springfield outfielder Oscar Taveras and right-hander Seth Maness were named the Cardinals' Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively, following their standout seasons.

11/30/2012 | Lessons can be learned from last offseason
Winning big during the Hot Stove season is no guarantee of success in October, but there are several examples of deals signed last offseason that worked out well for the player and the team.

11/30/2012 | 'Ambassador' Granderson to tour Korea, Japan
Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson, as part of the MLB International Ambassador program, will spend three days in South Korea and eight more in Japan, making appearances and participating in grassroots initiatives.

11/30/2012 | Angels add Cousins to outfield mix
The Angels claimed Scott Cousins off waivers from the Mariners on Friday, giving them yet another versatile, left-handed-hitting outfielder who could compete for the final roster spot.

11/30/2012 | Cubs' spring slate includes two games in Vegas
The Cubs will open 2013 Spring Training on Feb. 23 against the Angels in Tempe, Ariz., and play 17 home games at HoHoKam Park in Mesa, plus two exhibition games in Las Vegas.

11/30/2012 | Yankees Triple-A skipper Miley honored
Dave Miley, the manager of the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate, has been named Baseball America's Minor League Manager of the Year.

11/30/2012 | Braves, Angels swap Hanson for Walden
In a two-player deal, Tommy Hanson was traded by the Braves to the Angels in exchange for right-handed reliever Jordan Walden.

11/30/2012 | Nieve inks Minor League deal with Tribe
The Indians added a pair of players to the organization on Friday, signing pitcher Fernando Nieve and claiming first baseman Mike McDade off waivers.

11/30/2012 | Gant thriving as co-anchor on 'Good Day Atlanta'
Now 47 years old, former Braves outfielder Ron Gant is trending again. On Oct. 25, he became co-anchor (with Gurvir Dhindsa) of "Good Day Atlanta," the market's long-running morning show on FOX 5.

11/30/2012 | With Martin gone, Yanks evaluate alternatives
Brian Cashman said that he was "sorry" to learn that Russell Martin has decided to depart for the Pirates, but the Yankees' general manager acknowledged that the club never made the catcher a contract offer after the season.

11/30/2012 | Mets, Wright make a deal to run through 2020
David Wright and the Mets agreed early Friday morning to an eight-year, $138 million contract that could keep the six-time All-Star third baseman in New York through 2020, according to multiple baseball sources.

11/30/2012 | Reds' Hamilton could make history in a flash
The speed of Cincinnati Reds prospect Billy Hamilton may become legendary. It's possible Hamilton may one day break the modern-day Major League single-season stolen base record of 130 set by Oakland Athletics outfielder Rickey Henderson in 1982 at age 23.

11/30/2012 | Report: Mets lock up Wright with seven-year deal
The Mets and third baseman David Wright came to terms on a seven-year, $122 million extension on Friday to keep the six-time All-Star and face of the franchise in Flushing, according to Ed Coleman of WFAN Radio in New York.

11/30/2012 | Reds' Hamilton could make history in a flash
The speed of Cincinnati Reds prospect Billy Hamilton may become legendary. It's possible Hamilton may one day break the modern-day Major League single-season stolen base record of 130 set by Oakland Athletics outfielder Rickey Henderson in 1982 at age 23.

11/29/2012 | Bucs eye complementary pieces to take next step
The Pittsburgh front office is sworn to never use small-market alibis, but the truth is, clubs such as the Pirates depend on going on bargain hunts and bagging big game.

11/29/2012 | Pirates reel in quite the catch with Martin
Acting quickly to shore up their biggest hole, the Pirates on Thursday reached agreement with catcher Russell Martin on a two-year, $17 million contract. The agreement is pending a physical of the 29-year-old veteran before it can become official.

11/29/2012 | Yankees, Mo agree to one-year contract
The Yankees and Mariano Rivera agreed to a one-year contract reportedly worth $10 million plus awards incentives, according to CBS Sports.

11/29/2012 | Anthopoulos has the tools he needs to upgrade
The Blue Jays have already gone all in this offseason, but issues with depth remain. Good thing Alex Anthopoulos has plenty of trade chips at his disposal.

11/29/2012 | Paulino, Royals agree on $1.75 million deal for '13
Right-hander Felipe Paulino started throwing a baseball again this week, and no better way to celebrate than by signing his 2013 contract.

11/29/2012 | Astros head to Winter Meetings looking for DH
The Astros' biggest need entering the Winter Meetings is beefing up their run production, which fits nicely into their move to the American League next year and the need to add a designated hitter to the lineup.

11/29/2012 | Tigers remain a club willing to make a big move
The Tigers could end up making a major splash at next week's Winter Meetings. They could also end up doing nothing.


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