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A lottery would exist to discourage tanking.
Plus, David Ortiz voted into Hall of Fame
The players and the league will continue negotiations after Monday’s heated meeting.
Plus, Stuart Sternberg’s dumb idea is dead and robo umps are coming to AAA.
The league hasn’t negotiated in good faith and games might be lost because of it.
Liriano has officially called it a career after 14 seasons.
There wasn’t a lot to get excited about in the league’s first offer since the lockout began.
The three-time World Champion is calling it a career
If MLB makes an offer, it will undoubtedly be terrible, but hey, something happening!
Michael Kay and Alex Rodriguez will host a ‘Manningcast’ for those who hate life and themselves.
For Major League Baseball, baseball is a superfluous byproduct.
Yankees ZiPS projections; The NL East; Buy the BP annual
The commissioner welcomed even more criticism and nuked the credibility of the league’s TV outlet all in one go.
Past A’s rebuilds; A-Rod’s HoF case; The Marlins’ trade chips
The Bucs made three other additions to their minor league instructional system.
Oh no! Not the antitrust exemption. Anything but that.
Looks like the Yankees found their center fielder.
The lockout is apparently a January problem.
The Mets are conducting the second round of interviews this week with Buck Showalter, Joe Espada, and Matt Quatraro.
Hemond was a three-time Executive of the Year as general manager of the White Sox and Orioles.
The minor league portion will continue Wednesday.
Morning Mound Visit: Buck O’Neil, Minnie Miñoso, and Gil Hodges finally receive Hall of Fame Induction
Jim Kaat, Tony Oliva, and Bud Fowler also received induction.
The Rule 5 draft has been "postponed indefinitely"
Enjoy this final day of activity
The et al is Robbie Ray.
The Cardinals won the Steven Matz sweepstakes and the White Sox got another top-dollar reliever in Kendall Graveman.