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VIERA, Fla. -- The New York Mets are actively scouting left-handed relievers from the Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers, according to ESPN.com's Mark Saxon. A Mets official told ESPN during the winter meetings that the club liked Rockies reliever Rex Brothers, who is earning $1.4 million this season and is under control through the 2017 season. Colorado also has left-handed reliever Boone Logan, although he is exceedingly pricey. Logan, a former Yankee, is due to earn $5.
Max Scherzer is already one of the best pitchers in baseball, and his fledgling curveball means he has the potential to be even better in 2015 Dayn Perry fills us in.
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Back in December, after a frenetic series of moves at the winter meetings, Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said he wasn't sure whether his team would have as much run-scoring ability as last year's team. He also wasn't sure it wouldn't. The Dodgers were second in the National League in runs scored in 2014 -- first among teams that don't play home games in Coors Field. "I think our team home-run total might be less, but I think we have a very deep lineup with real length to it one through eight with good balance, with switch hitters and...
CBSSports.com Eye on Baseball writer Matt Snyder previews the Cincinnati Reds 2015 MLB season.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — For a brief, splashy moment at baseball's winter meetings in December, the White Sox news centered on executive vice president Ken Williams being unsuccessfully pursued by the Blue Jays.
Rollins was selected by the Mariners with their pick in the Rule 5 draft at the winter meetings out of the Astros organization.
Friends in high places Kevin Cash had been on the job as Rays manager for less than a week when Hall of Famer and MLB VP Joe Torre approached him at the winter meetings to offer his counsel and advice, a gesture Cash much appreciated. Torre was in Sarasota on Saturday during his tour of spring camps and stopped …