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NorthJersey.com 8 hours ago
Matt Harvey to sign contract with the Angels, per reports

Matt Harvey to sign contract with the Angels, per reports

Former Mets star Matt Harvey reportedly has a new home, agreeing to a new contract with the Angels.        
New York Post 8 hours ago

Ex-Mets starter Matt Harvey lands with Angels

Matt Harvey is back on MLB’s big stage – just on a different coast. The former Dark Knight agreed to a deal Tuesday with the Angels, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed. The deal reportedly is for $11 million, plus $3 million in incentives for games pitched between 15 and 26. Harvey finished off last season...
Amazin Avenue 10 hours ago
‘Right now’ would be a great time for the Mets to spend big-market money

‘Right now’ would be a great time for the Mets to spend big-market money

The team seems to be dialing back expectations about what else is possible in free agency this winter, but it should be spending big to become a prohibitive favorite. Having made three good moves to acquire good players, the Mets are looking much better right now than anyone might have reasonably expected when this offseason began. That’s great, but it also means that the team should be more willing than ever to spend like the big-market team that it is. The concept of going big this winter isn’t exactly a new one on this site. But following the team’s press conference to introduce...
New York Post 11 hours ago

Focus zooms in on Mets’ payroll as Moustakas interest surfaces

The Mets have their catcher, but is general manager Brodie Van Wagenen’s winter shopping largely finished, or is there room remaining on the company credit card? On a day the Mets were announcing Wilson Ramos’ arrival on a two-year deal worth $19 million to bolster the catching, Van Wagenen on Tuesday somewhat backed away from...
New York Post 16 hours ago

Mets appear to be out on A.J. Pollock in telling Wilson Ramos answer

The Mets feel they got the righty bat they needed, and he’s not an outfielder. As they introduced Wilson Ramos as their new catcher at Citi Field on Tuesday, Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen minimized the possibility of adding another outfield bat. The Mets had been closely linked with free agent A.J. Pollock, who...
NorthJersey.com 17 hours ago
Mets sign Wilson Ramos rather than trade MLB talent and prospects for JT Realmuto

Mets sign Wilson Ramos rather than trade MLB talent and prospects for JT Realmuto

The New York Mets welcomed Wilson Ramos on Tuesday at Citi Field.        
Amazin Avenue 17 hours ago
Grading the Jeurys Familia signing

Grading the Jeurys Familia signing

The Mets brought back their former closer to be a setup man. There was plenty of trade-related smoke around the Mets at the Winter Meetings, but the only move they wound up during the actual meetings was bringing back Jeurys Familia. The longtime Met, who was traded to the A’s at the deadline in 2018, rejoins the Mets on a three-year, $30 million deal. We’re a bit delayed, but let’s assign a grade on what was the first free agent addition of the Mets’ offseason. Familia’s devastating arsenal isn’t quite as devastating anymore. His sinker still sits above 97, but it’s lost more...
Amazin Avenue 18 hours ago
Reaction roundup: Mets sign Wilson Ramos to a two-year deal

Reaction roundup: Mets sign Wilson Ramos to a two-year deal

Ramos is seen as an upgrade to the position for the Mets. New general manager Brodie Van Wagenen made it no secret that he would like to upgrade the catching position this offseason. After relentlessly pursuing J.T. Realmuto, he refused to meet the Marlins’ high asking price and signed Wilson Ramos to a two-year deal worth $19 million with an option for a third year. Thus far, the reaction to this signing is mostly positive, and it seems Van Wagenen achieved his goal in getting an upgrade. Des Bieler of the Washington Post thinks that the former National will add some much needed pop to...
Amazin Avenue 20 hours ago
Mets Morning News for December 18, 2018

Mets Morning News for December 18, 2018

Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets signed Rajai Davis to a minor league deal. Davis hasn’t hit so well of late, but can be a terror on the base paths. The Mets will introduce new starting catcher Wilson Ramos in a press conference today. Tim Britton thought the Mets made a wise move in signing Ramos and not trading away assets for J.T. Realmuto. Fangraphs also sees Ramos as a big improvement over the Mets catchers from last season. Jeurys Familia knew that he wanted to return to the Mets, and asked his agent to make it...
Amazin Avenue Dec 17, 2018
Mets sign Rajai Davis to minor league contract

Mets sign Rajai Davis to minor league contract

Davis has been invited to major league spring training. The Mets have signed outfielder Rajai Davis to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training. The 38-year-old spent the 2018 season with the Cleveland Indians and hit just .224/.278/.281 in 216 plate appearances. When he did get on base, Davis stole 21 bases in 28 attempts, a 75 percent success rate. Back in 2016, he led the American League with 43 stolen bases, even though he hit just .249/.306/.388 that year, but he hasn’t had an above-league-average season at the plate since 2015. Still, this sort of...
NorthJersey.com Dec 17, 2018
Jeurys Familia fine being Edwin Diaz's setup man after years as Mets closer

Jeurys Familia fine being Edwin Diaz's setup man after years as Mets closer

Reliever Jeurys Familia returned to the Mets on a three-year, $30-million deal. He told his agent he wanted to come back to New York.        
SNY TV Dec 17, 2018

Mets sign OF Rajai Davis to minor league contract with invitation to spring training

The Mets signed outfielder Rajai Davis to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training, the club announced on Monday.
SNY TV Dec 17, 2018

Jeurys Familia preferred to set up for Mets over closing for another team

The 29-year-old Familia, who signed a three-year deal worth $30 million, will be the setup man for new Mets closer Edwin Diaz.
Amazin Avenue Dec 17, 2018
Where the Mets’ payroll stands after signing Jeurys Familia and Wilson Ramos

Where the Mets’ payroll stands after signing Jeurys Familia and Wilson Ramos

The Mets still have some room to improve their bullpen and their outfield, but Brodie Van Wagenen may need to get creative In his first big move as New York Mets general manager, Brodie Van Wagenen was able to improve the team while simultaneously saving money in the short-term. The trade for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz brought the team’s 2019 payroll to just under $130 million when accounting for arbitration estimates and cost-controlled players. Since the trade, Van Wagenen has turned to the free agent market to improve his new club, signing relief pitcher—and former Mets...
Amazin Avenue Dec 17, 2018
Where the Mets’ offense stands with Wilson Ramos signed

Where the Mets’ offense stands with Wilson Ramos signed

Ramos adds another potent bat to the Mets’ 2019 lineup. The Mets’ offense was a prime culprit in the team’s disappointing 77-85 record last year—not to mention its work in forcing Jacob deGrom to struggle to cross the 10-win plateau in his historic Cy Young season. Yesterday, the Mets continued an active offseason by signing an offensive-minded catcher in Wilson Ramos to a reasonable contract. Ramos joins 36-year-old Robinson Cano as prominent additions this offseason to a lineup that showed improvement late in the 2018 season. And perhaps even more importantly, his addition did...
Amazin Avenue Dec 17, 2018
Grading the Mets’ Wilson Ramos signing

Grading the Mets’ Wilson Ramos signing

The Mets have found their starting catcher for 2019. After weeks of speculation around who the Mets would add at catcher, they’ve inked Wilson Ramos to a two-year, $19 million contract, with a team option for 2021. The longtime Met killer (career .302/.330/.491 versus the Mets) is now the stating catcher in Queens for the next two seasons. Let’s break down and grade the move, Brodie Van Wagenen’s second significant free agent addition of the offseson. Ramos spent 2018 with the Rays and Phillies, where he returned to form after tearing his ACL at the end of the 2016 season and...
SNY TV Dec 17, 2018

Mets Rumor Roundup: Free agent A.J. Pollock up next after Wilson Ramos signing?

The Mets remain in the market for an everyday center fielder and possibly one or two more additions to the bullpen, particularly a left-handed reliever. Here are the latest rumors...
Amazin Avenue Dec 17, 2018
Mets Morning News: Ramos a La Playa

Mets Morning News: Ramos a La Playa

Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets got themselves a new starting catcher by signing veteran Wilson Ramos to a two-year deal for $19 million guaranteed with an option for a third year. Unsurprisingly, the Wilson Ramos signing has taken the Mets out of contention for J.T. Realmuto. Former Rangers and current Nippon Ham Fighters pitcher Nick Martinez will not be taking his talents to Syracuse as he is said to be turning down the Mets’ minor league offer and staying in Japan. Coming into the 2019 season, Todd Frazier says he...
SNY TV Dec 17, 2018

Mets said no to one-for-one trade of Noah Syndergaard for J.T. Realmuto

With Wilson Ramos on board, the Mets are now out on a potential trade for J.T. Realmuto.
Rising Apple Dec 17, 2018

Mets: What’s next for Travis d’Arnaud and Kevin Plawecki?

What does the New York Mets signing of Wilson Ramos mean for incumbent catchers Travis d’Arnaud and Kevin Plawecki? In case you missed it, the New York Mets have entered into an agreement with free agent catcher Wilson Ramos. In one fell swoop, the Mets were able to address two areas of need. Ramos upgrades […] Mets: What’s next for Travis d’Arnaud and Kevin Plawecki? - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rising Apple Dec 17, 2018

Mets shift away from bullpen search, now focusing on bats

After adding two pieces to the bullpen for 2019, the New York Mets are now shifting their focus to other areas. They have their catcher. What’s next? The first splash the New York Mets made this winter was the blockbuster trade for Robinson Cano which also brought in 2018 MLB saves leader Edwin Diaz. They […] Mets shift away from bullpen search, now focusing on bats - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rising Apple Dec 16, 2018

New York Mets help answer five questions with Wilson Ramos signing

The New York Mets entered the offseason with plenty of questions. Signing Wilson Ramos helped answer a few of them. Rejoice! The New York Mets have found their starting catcher for 2019. Free agent backstop Wilson Ramos will take over behind the plate for the Mets next year after bouncing around a few places the […] New York Mets help answer five questions with Wilson Ramos signing - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Dec 16, 2018

The Mets' plans for Travis d'Arnaud and Kevin Plawecki after signing Wilson Ramos

After the Mets agreed to a deal with catcher Wilson Ramos and took themselves out of the J.T. Realmuto sweepstakes, the Mets plan to stick with Travis d'Arnaud and explore a trade of Kevin Plawecki.
SNY TV Dec 16, 2018

How Wilson Ramos compares to J.T. Realmuto and Yasmani Grandal -- catchers Mets passed on

It would have been exciting for the Mets to add J.T. Realmuto. But in the end, the Mets made the smarter move by choosing Ramos over Realmuto and free agent Yasmani Grandal. And the smarter move is also the better move.
Amazin Avenue Dec 16, 2018
Mets agree to two-year deal with Wilson Ramos

Mets agree to two-year deal with Wilson Ramos

The Mets have found their catching upgrade. The Mets have agreed to a two-year deal with catcher Wilson Ramos, per Daniel Alvarez Montes. Ken Rosenthal confirmed the deal and specified that it is for two years. Ken Davidoff adds that the deal is for $19 million and includes the possibility that Ramos could earn more. The Mets had been actively seeking an upgrade behind the plate, and Ramos certainly is one. While there had been plenty of rumors that the team was leaning toward a defense-first catcher, Ramos will give them a significant boost as a hitter. He hit .306/.358/.487 with 15 home...
New York Post Dec 16, 2018

Mets land Wilson Ramos and give up J.T. Realmuto chase

After a highly publicized Marlin-fishing expedition, the Mets put down their poles Sunday and landed themselves a Buffalo instead. J.T. Realmuto won’t be taking his talents from South Florida to Queens. Instead, the Mets have agreed to a two-year, $19 million contract (pending a physical) with veteran catcher Wilson “The Buffalo” Ramos, who tortured them...
SNY TV Dec 16, 2018

Mets agree to deal with free agent Wilson Ramos, pending physical

The Mets have agreed to a deal with free agent catcher Wilson Ramos, SNY's Andy Martino confirmed.
SNY TV Dec 16, 2018

The latest on trade talks for J.T. Realmuto: Mets are out after signing Wilson Ramos

The Mets had been aggressive in their efforts to trade for Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto, who the Marlins are expected to deal. Here's the latest...
SNY TV Dec 16, 2018

It seems like Noah Syndergaard doesn't want to be traded: 'My Team, Our Colors, New York's Future'

Mets RHP Noah Syndergaard has seen his name come up in trade rumors all offseason, recently tweeting at MLB Network that he doesn't believe them.
Amazin Avenue Dec 16, 2018
Mets Morning News for December 16, 2018

Mets Morning News for December 16, 2018

Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets New Mets hitting coach Chili Davis will try to have the Mets use different swings in different situations in an effort to try to put more balls in play. Mike Vaccaro writes about the psyche of a sports fan and why trading Noah Syndergaard will hurt the fanbase in a way a general manager can’t possibly understand. Around the National League East The Nationals signed free agent first baseman Matt Adams. The Atlanta Braves emerged as a dark horse candidate for J.T. Realmuto, but now are reportedly no...
Rising Apple Dec 16, 2018

Mets have little reason to fear new Nationals rival Patrick Corbin

The Washington Nationals have added starting pitcher Patrick Corbin to the rotation. Fear not, several New York Mets players have hit him well in the past. If you’ve been watching the Hot Stove, you may have heard about the Washington Nationals making a splash of their own. The New York Mets’ rival added free agent […] Mets have little reason to fear new Nationals rival Patrick Corbin - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Dec 15, 2018

The latest on Mets' trade talks for J.T. Realmuto: Braves in front

The Braves are a "slight favorite" to acquire Realmuto, reports Craig Mish of Sirius XM Radio.
Rising Apple Dec 15, 2018

Mets: Tucker Barnhart is a solid backup plan to the J.T. Realmuto pursuit

If the New York Mets are unable to finalize a trade for J.T. Realmuto, a solid second-choice via trade could be Tucker Barnhart. The moves the New York Mets have been making during this offseason have been eye-opening. They are on the right track to becoming a serious threat in the NL East and making […] Mets: Tucker Barnhart is a solid backup plan to the J.T. Realmuto pursuit - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Dec 15, 2018

Mets, Tigers have reportedly discussed Nick Castellanos trade

The Mets are looking at other options on how to add an outfielder.
Amazin Avenue Dec 15, 2018
Mets Morning News for December 15, 2018

Mets Morning News for December 15, 2018

Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Yasmani Grandal is the latest catcher to be linked to the Mets by trade rumors. Todd Frazier intends to mentor Peter Alonso at spring training this season. Jeurys Familia passed his physical and his deal with the Mets became official. Tim Tebow still believes in miracles, because he’s still gunning to be a major league player. Will having his former agent as his new GM help? Brodie Van Wagenen has been aggressive, but do the Mets have the payroll to back him up? Around the National League...
South Side Sox Dec 15, 2018
Christmas wishing, redux: Bold trade edition

Christmas wishing, redux: Bold trade edition

What would it take for the White Sox to pry Noah Syndergaard from the Mets? In a baseball world that seems determined to see Noah Syndergaard traded from the New York Mets (even Syndergaards’s Twitter bio pokes fun at the rumors), I thought up a way to amend my White Sox Christmas list that was posted a couple of days ago. See, there’s still another way the White Sox could add an elite starter without breaking the bank. A couple of weeks ago, the New York Mets created shock waves when they indicated they’d be open to the possibility of trading Syndergaard. Of course, since the recent...
That Balls Outta Here Dec 16, 2018

Former Phillies catcher Wilson Ramos signs with rival Mets

One of the Phillies best hitters last year has signed with their division rival Phillies general manager Matt Klentak’s biggest trade deadline acquisition has reportedly signed a new deal. Catcher Wilson Ramos has reportedly signed a two-year deal with the New York Mets, pending a physical, worth $19 million with a third-year option. Philadelphia acquired […] Former Phillies catcher Wilson Ramos signs with rival Mets - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - A Philadelphia Phillies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Mets in Contract Agreement With Former Phillies Catcher Wilson Ramos

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Fish Stripes Dec 16, 2018
Mets agree to deal with Wilson Ramos, shrinking trade market for J.T. Realmuto

Mets agree to deal with Wilson Ramos, shrinking trade market for J.T. Realmuto

Marlins and Mets were engaged in Realmuto talks throughout the Winter Meetings, but New York ultimately found the asking price to be too high for them. All of that time and creativity spent on “J.T. Realmuto to the Mets” trade scenarios proved to be a waste. Pending a physical, free agent catcher Wilson Ramos will sign with New York, as first reported by VDM Radio’s Daniel Álvarez Montes. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Spots tweets that it’s a two-year deal. He will be guaranteed $19.5 million, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, plus a 2021 club option. Fully recovered from a...
Tampa Bay Times Dec 16, 2018

Rays' competition for J.T. Realmuto thins as Mets strike deal with ex-Ray Wilson Ramos

The Rays have one less team to compete with in the bidding for Marlins C J.T. Realmuto after the Mets decided the price was too high and opted to sign ex-Ray Wilson Ramos.Ramos agreed to what has been reported as a relatively reasonable deal with the Mets, getting $19 million over
DRaysBay Dec 16, 2018
Rays trade target: J.T. Realmuto

Rays trade target: J.T. Realmuto

Can the Rays comfortably trade for J.T. Realmuto? The Rays continue to be linked to Marlins star catcher J.T. Realmuto — a surprising development at the Winter Meetings. The field for J.T. Realmuto is essentially down to six teams: Reds, Mets, Rays, Braves, Dodgers and Padres. But with Winter Meetings wrapping up, no trade expected today. Stay tuned.— clarkspencer (@clarkspencer) December 13, 2018 MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro heard the same: The Marlins wrapped up the Winter Meetings on Thursday without making a deal for J.T. Realmuto, but they gained more clarity on what the market...
Over the Monster Dec 17, 2018
Daily Red Sox Links: Trade Rumors, Joe Kelly, Winter Meetings Recap

Daily Red Sox Links: Trade Rumors, Joe Kelly, Winter Meetings Recap

In today’s links, the Red Sox might be in on a trade with the Mets, Kelly explains his departure and the relatively cold offseason continues. At least while the offseason has been chilly, we have rumors to keep us warm. Try out this one: the Sox are talking about a catcher trade with the New York Mets. (Nick Goss; NBC Sports Boston) There were still some moves at the Winter Meetings, even if there weren’t as many as we wanted. Who got the best of it? (Grant Brisbee; SB Nation) With Joe Kelly signing, there is a new trend in reliever deals emerging. (Craig Edwards; FanGraphs) Red Sox...
Over the Monster Dec 17, 2018
MLB Roundup 12/17: Mets sign Wilson Ramos

MLB Roundup 12/17: Mets sign Wilson Ramos

And the Nationals sign Matt Adams over a quiet weekend. Mets sign Wilson Ramos The Mets have arguably been the most interesting team of the offseason thus far, making a few big splashes under new General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen. Their latest came on Sunday as NL’s New York team inked catcher Wilson Ramos to an incredibly reasonable two-year deal worth around $19 million. This is a very favorable deal for the Mets, as they get a very good catcher on a cheap contract to put behind the plate and lengthen the lineup. It’s been clear that they’d be looking for help at this position as...
Bleed Cubbie Blue Dec 17, 2018
MLB Bullets is catching on

MLB Bullets is catching on

The Mets have a new catcher and it’s not J.T. Realmuto. Six teams are still interested in Realmuto. Ian Kinsler is a Padre. The White Sox made a trade. Good morning and a warm holiday season to everyone. Except you-know-who. He knows what he did. No big deals over the weekend, but there were some lesser ones that could pay off big later this summer. The Padres signed second baseman Ian Kinsler to a two-year, $8 million deal. Jay Jaffe believes the Padres got a great deal in signing Kinsler. The Mets have reportedly come to an agreement with free agent catcher Wilson Ramos for two...
Pinstripe Alley Dec 17, 2018
Making the case for the Yankees to trade Miguel Andujar

Making the case for the Yankees to trade Miguel Andujar

Submit your answer in the FanPost section for the chance to see your story featured on the front page. The Winter Meetings wrapped up last week and they weren’t all that exciting for the Yankees. The most interesting thing that happened was the rumor that leaked that the Bombers were discussing a three-team trade with the Marlins and Mets. J.T. Realmuto and Noah Syndergaard were said to be involved, but it never became clear which Yankees might be part of the deal. That brings us to this week’s FanPost Friday prompt: Should the Yankees keep or trade Miguel Andujar? There’s...
Federal Baseball Dec 17, 2018
Wire Taps: Ramos to Mets; Why Adams made sense for the Nats; What’s next?

Wire Taps: Ramos to Mets; Why Adams made sense for the Nats; What’s next?

Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news while we wait for Mike Rizzo to make another stealthy under-the-radar move... As Christmas approaches rapidly, Scott Boras is still holding out with Bryce Harper — and Manny Machado hasn’t signed either — which clearly indicates that both will be going to the Nationals for approximately $10. Here’s the beat from South Capitol Street: Decoding the Nationals’ offseason: On the Adams contract, who will play second base and starting pitching (The Athletic)The Nationals are filling out little pieces that most teams haven't even considered...
Cubbies Crib Dec 17, 2018

Chicago Cubs: Another veteran catcher comes off the board

With Wilson Ramos signing a two-year deal with the New York Mets, another potential veteran backup to Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras disappears. If you assume the Chicago Cubs aren’t betting their offseason on landing Bryce Harper or Manny Machado, it stands to reason one of the items on their to-do list is bringing in […] Chicago Cubs: Another veteran catcher comes off the board - Cubbies Crib - Cubbies Crib - A Chicago Cubs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Dec 17, 2018

Why Noah Syndergaard trade talks will have an impact on Yankees and Mets for years to come

A Noah Syndergaard trade involving the Mets and Yankees got closer than anyone would have thought possible, and that very fact brings major, positive ramifications for years to come.
Call to the Pen Dec 17, 2018

Wilson Ramos is a Better Fit for the Mets than J.T. Realmuto

Wilson Ramos is the newest member of the New York Mets, and his addition to the team is a satisfying ending to the J.T. Realmuto trade saga. For the past few weeks it looked like the Mets were just about ready to sell the farm if in pursuit of J.T. Realmuto, news that incited anxiety […] Wilson Ramos is a Better Fit for the Mets than J.T. Realmuto - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Believeland Ball Dec 17, 2018

Cleveland Indians: Michael Brantley reportedly joining the Houston Astros

Michael Brantley has been a member of the Cleveland Indians since 2009. That ends in 2019 as he has reportedly signed with the Houston Astros. Time to make this Monday feel even more like a Monday. Cleveland Indians fans began the day with news that Rajai Davis was off to join the New York Mets. […] Cleveland Indians: Michael Brantley reportedly joining the Houston Astros - Believeland Ball - Believeland Ball - A Cleveland Indians Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Twinkie Town 22 hours ago
Tuesday Twins: Just kidding, Minnesota not THAT interested in Wilson Ramos

Tuesday Twins: Just kidding, Minnesota not THAT interested in Wilson Ramos

He signed with another team instead. Plus, pitching, possible DHs, and more. Linkies: Remember how the Twins were looking at a possible reunion with catcher Wilson Ramos? Well he signed with the Mets, so that’s not happening. Twins Daily is thinking about where the Twins are going to get pitching from. Do the Twins really need that much pitching? Wait, don’t answer that. Nick Nelson also wrote a piece on what the Twins pitching staff might look like next year. Brandon Warne people the Twins can afford to be patient when it comes to finding a new DH. I mean, sure, isn’t Miguel Sano...
DRaysBay 19 hours ago
View from the Catwalk: Did the Rays sign Nelson Cruz yet?

View from the Catwalk: Did the Rays sign Nelson Cruz yet?

No. It’s been a quiet few days since the end of the Winter Meetings for the Tampa Bay Rays. We know they’re still looking to make a few moves, with known interest in JT Realmuto and Nelson Cruz. Things can happen quickly in the offseason, so a move can happen at a moment’s notice. Rays Links Eleven reason the Rays should trade for JT Realmuto - Wander Rays Rays real estate report reveals more potential Ybor City plans - WTSP Around the League Astros rumored to have signed Michael Brantley - The Crawfish Boxes Mets sign Rajai Davis to a minor league deal - Amazin Avenue Nats interested...
Reviewing the Brew 6 hours ago

Milwaukee Brewers Free Agent Target: 2B Asdrubal Cabrera

As the MLB offseason rolls along, the Milwaukee Brewers are still in search for a second baseman. Is free agent Asdrubal Cabrera a potential candidate? 33-year-old veteran Asdrubal Cabrera spent the past few seasons with the New York Mets before being traded just before the deadline to the Philadelphia Phillies last season. Although his time […] Milwaukee Brewers Free Agent Target: 2B Asdrubal Cabrera - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
TalkingChop Dec 17, 2018
Braves News: Relief pitchers buyer beware

Braves News: Relief pitchers buyer beware

Atlanta Braves News Risky, rotten business: relief pitchers and free agency There are a lot of good relief options available on the open market but history shows that signing free agent relievers is a risky proposition. MLB News Mets, Ramos agree to two-year contract Wilson Ramos will be sticking around the NL East after agreeing to a two-year, $19 million deal with the New York Mets. Ramos hit .306/.358/.487 with 15 home runs in 111 games between the Rays and Phillies in 2018. Projecting Troy Tulowitzki’s 2019 performance Troy Tulowitzki is a free agent and there are several teams that...

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