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Former first-round draft pick completes trade for Huston Street
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The Colorado Rockies are quietly rebuilding their roster in Dallas at the annual baseball winter meetings.With all of the hype around what the newly-named Miami Marlins are doing, particularly signing Jose Reyes to an absurd amount of money and trying to lure Albert Pujols with an even more absurd amount of money, the Rockies have seemed quiet. However, the club is doing anything...
The Padres' rotation will have a different look next year after Wade LeBlanc and Aaron Harang departed via trade and free agency, respectively, but the club isn't planning to move its homegrown ace. Tom Krasovic of Inside The Padres reports that San Diego is not shopping Mat Latos, but other teams don't think the right-hander is cemented in the team's long-term...
The Rockies received Minor League left-handed pitcher Nick Schmidt from the Padres on Friday to complete the deal that sent former closer Huston Street to the Padres.
The Rockies today acquired left-handed pitcher Nick Schmidt from San Diego, completing the trade that sent right-handed pitcher Huston Street to the Padres.
The Winter Meetings are over with some major moves being announced this morning, as well as the rule 5 draft. The Angels grabbed the top prize in Albert Pujols, as well as C.J. Wilson. Very interesting indeed to see Pujols on the move. I for one thought he would remain a Cardinal. The Padres remained fairly quiet, but apparently there are moves that are still in place that...
The Cubs may have left the Winter Meetings without filling the openings at first and third base or adding another starting pitcher, but general manager Jed Hoyer said Thursday he felt they got a lot accomplished.
A former closer became the vehicle to open up a battery of possibilities. That is the simplest explanation behind the Rockies' trade of Huston Street to the San Diego Padres.
Infielder Alberto Gonzalez has signed a minor league deal with the Rangers that includes an invitation to major league spring training.