1:48 PM EST, Mon November 30, 2015
AL West Rumors & News
Houston Chronicle 1 hour ago
The Astros’ players earned a bit over $2.2 million to share from their run to the AL Division series. The players’ pool is formed from 50 percent of the gate receipts from the wild card games; 60 percent of the gate receipts from the first three games of the division series; 60 percent of the
San Jose Mercury News Nov 29, 2015
The Raiders and A's have taken Oakland for granted while looking for a new mate. While the teams have been stepping out, the spurned city has grown tired. It's hard enough surviving day-to-day without uncertainty that your partner will abandon you.
Orange County Register Nov 28, 2015
The three-hour, 1,276-mile flight from Atlanta to Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport in San Pedro Sula, Honduras took pitcher Andrew Heaney to another world to open his eyes and his heart. He was a man on a mission, making a return trip...
Seattle Times Nov 27, 2015
J.A. Happ is headed back to the Toronto Blue Jays. The left-hander agreed to a $36 million, three-year contract, returning to the team he pitched for from 2012 to 2014. Happ made 20 starts this year for the Mariners before being dealt to Pittsburgh.
Oakland Tribune Nov 27, 2015
Doolittle and his girl friend put out the Thanksgiving spread for 17 Syrian refugee families Wednesday night in Chicago.
Angels Blog | ESPN Los Angeles Nov 27, 2015
Where will Justin Upton end up signing?
Blake Griffin's frustration level rose late in the third quarter even as his shots continued to fall. It was as if the Clippers forward and teammate Chris Paul were going two-on-five against the Utah Jazz, so negligible were the contributions from the players around them. Griffin hopped in fury...
Podcast number two includes an interview with mariners director of international operations, Tim Kissner, Jerry Dipoto's thoughts on a bounceback year from Chris Iannetta, and interview with Randy Johnson and plenty of Mariners hot stove talk.
Shannon Drayer is joined by James Osborn for an hour of Mariners talk plus thoughts from GM Jerry Dipoto on signing catcher Chris Iannetta. Also included are interviews with the Mariners' director of international operations, Tim Kissner, and Hall of Famer Randy Johnson.
Inside the A's | Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015
The A’s acquisition of infielder Jed Lowrie Wednesday almost certainly means the club will trade one of its two third basemen, Danny Valencia or Brett Lawrie, before too much time has passed. The A’s are overloaded in the infield with Continue Reading
Jed Lowrie’s taking his backgammon set with him. “I’ve got some people to play with in Oakland,” Lowrie said Wednesday. Everywhere the ex-Astros infielder has gone, he’s played with teammates, and he got several of his Astros chums into the game in 2015. Tablets and smartphones dominate clubhouses instead of card games these days, but
Outfielder L.J. Hoes was traded to the Orioles for cash on Wednesday, landing with an organization he’s familiar with. The Astros designated him assignment on Friday to make room on the 40-man roster to protect players from the upcoming Rule 5 draft.
Orange County Register Nov 25, 2015
The Angels hired former major league reliever Scott Radinsky as their bullpen coach, completing the changes to their major league coaching staff for 2016. Radinsky takes over for Steve Soliz, who was moved from the bullpen to player information...
Marcell Ozuna is of interest to the Mariners, but at what price?
Seattle Times Nov 25, 2015
Danny Hultzen is still a Mariner. On Wednesday morning, the club announced that Hultzen the No. 2 overall pick in 2011 had cleared waivers and was outrighted to Class AAA Tacoma. Hultzen was designated for assignment on November 20 to clear up space on the 40-man roster. It was logical move considering he was out