Found January 10, 2012 on
Here is latest Mariners' winter league roundup.
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The Washington Nationals didn't place a bid to purchase the rights Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish this offseason, but he may be the leading factor blocking Prince Fielder's arrival in DC. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com is reporting that Darvish and the Texas Rangers, the team that won exclusive negotiating rights to his contract, are not close to a deal.
The Rangers paid a ...
Prince Fielder remains available, but as MLB.com's Tom Singer shows, most elite free agents sign considerably earlier on in the offseason. In fact, there's a chance Fielder will sign the latest megadeal in baseball history. Here are the latest rumors on Fielder, as we await concrete news of his next destination...
MLB.com’s Bill Ladson hears that there’s a 99% chance...
While you're sitting around waiting for Prince Fielder news, enjoy the photo above, moments after Michael Morse apparently went Beast Mode on skee ball or some such game at his local Dave And Busters-type restaurant? Photo via Michael Morse's Facebook page.
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Prince Fielder signed...No just joking
The M's announced today that they've signed Aaron Heilman to a minjor league deal and he's invited to spring training with the major league club.
Yes folks. He's coming to camp.
He's competing for a backup position, but trust me Mariners fans I know this isn't the signing you wanted to hear about.
HBT: Despite an earlier report saying the Nats weren't after the slugger, Prince Fielder is still very much a target for the team, as owners met with agent Scott Boras on Wednesday.
Prince Fielder headlines a handful of high-profile Scott Boras clients who remain available in free agency, but most of the offseason’s top free agents have signed contracts by now. Here’s a look at possible suitors for the top ten remaining free agents (ranking on MLBTR’s list of top 2012 free agents in parentheses):
Prince Fielder (2) - Fielder will sign before Spring...
Keep in mind, the offseason isn't over, so these rankings are subject to change before the season starts.
1. Texas Rangers
Why they deserve it: They’ve been to the last two consecutive World Series and have the best offense in baseball. They may also add Darvish, Fielder or Madson.
Why they don’t deserve it: They have an average rotation at best, lost...
Congratulations to the newest member of the Hall of Fame Barry Larkin and onwards with the belated second part of my series on how contenders can use the remaining free agents to fill key gaps on their rosters:
Need: Centre field
They might not be targeting a new centre fielder, they seem quite content with giving Chris Coughlin the job, but that doesn’t mean they...