11/12/2013 | Fernandez, Myers headline GIBBY Rookie of Year class
Jose Fernandez has been named the National League's best rookie and Wil Myers the American League's top first-year player, but who will be voted the Majors' Rookie of the Year?
11/12/2013 | Phillies, Byrd finalize two-year contract
The Phillies believe they found a right-handed bat on Tuesday, when they finalized a two-year, $16 million contract with free-agent outfielder Marlon Byrd.
11/12/2013 | Pipeline Perspectives: Bradley has stuff for bigs in '14
It seems strange to say this about someone who signed for $5 million as the No. 7 overall pick in the talent-rich 2011 First-Year Player Draft, but D-backs pitching prospect Archie Bradley has exceeded expectations.
11/12/2013 | Cubs could throw hat in ring for Tanaka
The Cubs joined the list of teams interested in Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, the most sought-after Japanese pitcher since Yu Darvish signed with the Rangers prior to the 2012 season.
11/12/2013 | Bell leaves Pirates to become Reds' bench coach
Jay Bell gets to go home both in the spiritual -- working alongside close friend Bryan Price, the Reds' new manager -- and, for a significant slice of the baseball year, literal sense after he was hired as Cincinnati's bench coach following a year as the Pirates' batting coach.
11/12/2013 | Pipeline Perspectives: Walker boasts top arm
Mariners right-handed pitching prospect Taijuan Walker, who ranks No. 4 on MLB.com's Top 100 Prospects list, has all the tools to become the prospect to make the biggest impact in Majors in 2014.
11/12/2013 | Crick relishing chance to learn, grow in AFL
Ranked No. 1 on the Giants' Top 20 Prospects list, Kyle Crick has been playing alongside six other San Francisco prospects with the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League, working on his command while polishing his secondary pitches and building up his innings count against some of the best young players in baseball.
11/12/2013 | Red Sox well represented with 11 GIBBY nominations
The awards have been pouring in steadily since the Red Sox captured the 2013 World Series title. More could be on the way. Nine Red Sox players, as well as manager John Farrell and general manager Ben Cherington, were nominated for Greatness in Baseball Yearly Awards.
11/12/2013 | Seager not deterred by pressure of potential
Dodgers prospect Corey Seager is honing his craft in the Arizona Fall League as he tries to live up to his lofty potential. The pressure on him is ramped up due to the breakout season of Michael Wacha, whom the Dodgers passed on to select Seager in the 2012 Draft.
11/12/2013 | Russell learning to wait for his pitch early in career
Considered a can't-miss prospect, shortstop Addison Russell proved scouts right in his first full season in 2013. He is continuing his strong year in the Arizona Fall League, where he had a .307/.369/.467 slash line in 18 games.
11/12/2013 | Numbers tell story of why Darvish should win Cy
Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish was the toughest to hit against in the American League in 2013. That, right there, makes a compelling case as to why he should be the first Rangers pitcher ever to win an AL Cy Young Award.
11/12/2013 | Dominance makes Iwakuma a logical Cy Young pick
The case for Hisashi Iwakuma being named American League Cy Young Award winner is a familiar one to Mariners fans, who remember Felix Hernandez taking home the prestigious prize in 2010 despite winning only 13 games that season.
11/12/2013 | Wins only the start for Cy Young hopeful Scherzer
Don't let Max Scherzer's 21-3 record fool you. As crazy as that sounds, that's meant as a positive for him. There's a lot more to the Tigers right-hander's candidacy for the American League Cy Young Award than an abundance of wins and dearth of defeats.
11/12/2013 | Dominant finish gives Fernandez a shot in Cy race
Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez has an uphill climb against favorite Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers and Cardinals mainstay Adam Wainwright in the race for the National League Cy Young Award. But his stellar second half may be enough to get the job done.
11/12/2013 | Kershaw a shoo-in for second NL Cy Young Award
His achievements match up closer to Hall of Famers than contemporaries, so it's no wonder Clayton Kershaw's second National League Cy Young Award is considered a mere formality.
11/12/2013 | Winter League roundup: Black powers Aguilas
Behind a steady attack at the plate throughout the game, Aguilas topped Gigantes, 8-1, on Monday. The team was led by Dan Black and Wilin Rosario, who each had three hits.
11/12/2013 | Braves' new home exemplifies team's success
While the move to Cobb County shocked some people, it illustrated that the Braves were not going to allow complacency to become a companion. They believe that they are securing the future for their organization with this move.
11/12/2013 | Here's to the skippers: BBWAA set to toast managers
Boston's John Farrell, Cleveland's Terry Francona and Oakland's Bob Melvin are the finalists in the American League. Atlanta's Fredi Gonzalez, Pittsburgh's Clint Hurdle and the Dodgers' Don Mattingly are the final trio in the National League.
11/12/2013 | Hot Stove roundup: Cardinals after Tulowitzki?
There were no trades or high-profile signings during Day 1 of the General Managers Meetings in Orlando, Fla., on Monday, but plenty of action to fill the rumor mill, including multiple outlets reporting the Cardinals' interest in Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki.
11/11/2013 | Cherington named Executive of the Year
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said that after the Red Sox won the World Series, he got up the next morning and immediately began making plans for next year. And he said Monday night that he planned to approach winning the Sporting News' Executive of the Year Award the same way.
11/11/2013 | Despite questions, Cashman has golden opportunity
If you look at the New York Yankees from a certain angle, you see a team filled with questions and stripped of talent. If you look at the Yankees from another angle, you see an incredible opportunity for general manager Brian Cashman to reshape his club.
11/11/2013 | Rookies Myers, Fernandez make Florida proud
Jose Fernandez of the Marlins won the National League Rookie of the Year Award and Wil Myers of the Rays took the American League honors in voting results announced Monday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
11/11/2013 | Stars turn out for golf event benefiting Youth Academy
Under pristine blue skies and sparkling sunshine, celebrities in the sports and entertainment world hit the links at the Wilshire Country Club on Monday in the inaugural Frank Robinson Celebrity Golf Invitational.
11/11/2013 | Fernandez, Myers the rightful Rookie of Year winners
Marlins ace Jose Fernandez and Rays slugger Wil Myers won Rookie of the Year Awards on Monday, the rightful recipients, according to MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince.
11/11/2013 | Meyer is working on his offense in AFL
The Astros still have high hopes for former third-round pick Jonathan Meyer, who figures to open next season as the starter at third base at Triple-A Oklahoma City. Meyer is currently competing against some of baseball's top prospects in the Arizona Fall League.
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