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Beaver County Times 18 mins ago
The Pirates not only lost out on their potential No. 3 starter when left-hander J.A. Happ decided to leave and sign with the Toronto Blue Jays but learned the cost of acquiring pitching will likely be higher than ever this…
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Raise the Jolly Roger! Nov 27, 2015
It may not have been a Black Friday bargain, but for the second straight year, the Blue Jays have signed away the Pirates most coveted outgoing free agent: .@BlueJays have signed LHP J.A. Happ to a 3-year deal worth $36 million (US). Welcome back, J.A.! pic.twitter.com/zAfaBSBgtZ — Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) November 28, 2015 No, 
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Nov 27, 2015
Former Pirates left-handed starting pitcher J.A. Happ agreed to a $36 million, three-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, returning to the team he pitched ...
Twins Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press 16 hours ago
Byung Ho Park met with the Korean media on Sunday before boarding a flight to Chicago, where he was set to meet up with agent Alan Nero. Due in the Twin Cities on Monday for a physical and the final stage of negotiations, the 29-year-old slugger was upbeat about his chances of joining the Twins. "There are some things we need to go over with the club," Park told reporters. "I hope to be able to return with a positive result." While former Nexen Heroes teammate Jung Ho Kang received a four-year, $11 million guarantee from the Pittsburgh Pirates last […] The post Twinsights: Byung Ho Park...