10:49 PM EST, Thu November 23, 2017
Larry Brown Sports

JD Martinez reportedly has insanely high asking price

J.D. Martinez is not messing around this winter. The free agent outfielder is seeking $210 million this offseason, according to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. The J.D. Martinez asking price to teams at GM Meetings:Seven years, $210 million — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) November 15, 2017 That jibes with a previous report we published last week saying...Read More

Grand Rapids Press

Al Avila, Tigers ready to listen as GM Meetings start today in Orlando

Few if any deals will be completed this week at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel near Disney World, but the conversations that take place could be a prelude for the Winter Meetings next month, also in Orlando. ORLANDO, Fla. -- Any team need a second baseman? A shortstop? Maybe both? The Detroit Tigers' offseason listening tour begins today when the Major League Baseball General Managers Meetings get underway. In the throes of a rebuilding process initiated this summer, the Tigers are willing to listen to offers for just about anyone on their roster.  But while the...

Dodgers wouldn’t be here without “good stories” like Bellinger, Taylor

Dodgers Vice President of baseball ops, Alex Anthopoulos discusses with Brunt and Blair a couple of “good stories” players that emerged throughout the season for this team, that helped them get this far.

Anthopoulos would be lying if World Series dreams haven’t crossed his mind

Arash Madani speaks to Alex Anthopoulos, VP of Baseball Operations with the Los Angeles Dodgers, about being on the verge of his first World Series as an executive and his experience so far in L.A.