Found December 03, 2012 on
The Winter Meetings are underway and we would like to bring you the latest rumors around the 30 MLB teams. Here's a running list with MLB's latest rumors:
– Jason Isringhausen would like to come back for another season and according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports, three teams are already showing interest in him.
– The Los Angeles Angels are among the eight teams interested in left handed pitcher Sean Burnett writes Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times. Bill Ladson of MLB.com adds that the Cardinals are also interested in the lefty reliever, who is looking for a four-year deal.
– According to Jim Duquette of MLB Network, there are at least five teams “heavily” interested in right handed pitcher Mike Adams. Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com adds that Adams remains an option for the Angels.
– Alex Rodriguez will require hip surgery and will miss part of the 2013 season. Reports indicate that Rodriguez battled the injury throughout the entire playoffs.
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I knew it was too good to be true, as Alex Rodriguezcannot stay out of the headlines and this time the news has a trickling effect.
English: Alex Rodriguez in 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The New York Post is reporting that, New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez is expected to have a second surgery in the coming days on his right and could miss the first half of the 2013 season.
From Joel Sherman:Alex Rodriguez was playing late in the regular season and playoffs with a re-tear in his surgically repaired right hip, The Post has learned.
Rodriguez is expected to need a second surgery in the coming days and will miss, at minimum, a piece of the 2013 season. Still, the hope is that the procedure will allow A-Rod to return as a full, successful player as early...
Alex Rodriguez went to see doctors with hopes of finding something wrong. When they actually located a problem, only then did he start feeling a bit better.
The New York Yankees' third baseman said Saturday that plans set for him to have surgery on his left hip in mid-January, and that he's eager to embrace the challenge of coming back from both the operation and an unbelievably...
Alex Rodriguez will miss part of the 2013 season as he needs hip surgery (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)
Hello, all. Going to try something different this year, with a running post of the day-to-day updates from Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings in Nashville. There has been a couple big pieces of news so far, and more is sure to come throughout the day. The BronxPinstripes crew...
The New York Yankees got some bad news in the midst of winter meetings that are designed to normally improve a team for the next year. Their All-Star third baseman, Alex Rodriguez, will likely miss time at the start of the 2013 season because of a lingering hip issue he was battling toward the end of the 2012 season.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York post, Alex ...
Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman confirmed on Monday at MLB’s Winter Meetings that third baseman Alex Rodriguez needs hip surgery and will be out four to six months.
What does this mean for the Yankees? Well first off, the team is currently without -Rod and Derek Jeter, who broke his ankle in the ALCS against the Tigers.
Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News thinks that...
Alex Rodriguez will have surgery on his left hip and will miss the start of the season and possibly the entire first half.
Rodriguez has a torn labrum, bone impingement and a cyst, the Yankees said Monday. The third baseman will need to follow a pre-surgery program over the next four-to-six weeks, and the team anticipates he will be sidelined four-to-six months after the operation...
As if news of Alex Rodriguez's hip surgery isn't leaving New York Yankees fans a little sour Monday morning, reports are that the Boston Red Sox have inked Mike Napoli to a three-year deal.Sure, the slugger was a touch sluggish this past season with the Texas Rangers...only hitting .227 while belting 24 home runs (down from .320 and 30 in 2011), but a change of scenery...