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11/8/2012 | Giving Melky second chance may be worth it
Did Melky Cabrera make a serious mistake? Of course. But he will have a market, likely for a year as he re-establishes himself at the age of 28, likely laden with ifs, ands and buts as well as incentives.

11/8/2012 | Beane named Executive of Year by Sporting News
A's vice president and general manager Billy Beane has been named Executive of the Year in Major League Baseball for the 2012 season by the Sporting News.

11/8/2012 | Bucs name Livesey senior advisor to Huntington
Veteran baseball executive Bill Livesey was hired Thursday by the Pirates to be a senior advisor to general manager Neal Huntington.

11/8/2012 | Silver Slugger Awards honor 2012 top hitters
Major League Baseball handed out the Silver Slugger Awards on Thursday to the top offensive player in the American League and National League.

11/8/2012 | Mentor, parents played pivotal role in shaping Archer
A conversation with Chris Archer can range from a discussion about pitching to a book he's recently read. In between, choice morsels about motivation, kindness and the road to success are sure to leave his lips, all in a sincere and earnest fashion.

11/8/2012 | Kenny Chesney to play Miller Park on May 18
Country music star Kenny Chesney is bringing his "No Shoes Nation" tour to Miller Park in May. The May 18 concert will also feature Eric Church, the Eli Young Band and Kasey Musgraves.

11/7/2012 | Reyes honored at ALS fundraiser in New York
Jose Reyes was honored Wednesday night at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards benefit dinner along with Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey and sports commentator Mary Carillo.

11/7/2012 | Attention on A-Rod after Bay's buyout
The Mets moved aggressively to make the best of a difficult situation with the remaining years on Jason Bay's contract. Would the Yankees consider it with Alex Rodriguez's deal?

11/7/2012 | Cashman taking 'baby steps' early in offseason
Other than declaring that he has no intention of trading Alex Rodriguez or Curtis Granderson, Brian Cashman intimated that his first day at the General Managers Meetings was quiet.

11/7/2012 | Dickey talks Cy Young, future at Gehrig Awards
Mets knuckleballer R.A. Dickey was honored Wednesday at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards benefit dinner that raised more than $800,000 for the ALS Association.

11/7/2012 | Torre outlines potential replay, roster rule changes
MLB vice president of baseball operations Joe Torre said Wednesday that the league is exploring changes to the rules governing replay that could expand the scenarios in which calls are reviewed.

11/7/2012 | Beane says A's won't trade arms for shortstop
Figuratively, as he carried on a lively conversation with the media during the General Managers Meetings on Wednesday, A's GM Billy Beane was as free as a child running along a beach. The most unexpectedly successful of seasons can be highly liberating, even if you're a shortstop shy of feeling complete.

11/7/2012 | Amaro warns about high offseason expectations
The Phillies have holes to fill. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has some cash to spend. But after a day of talking to agents about free agents at the annual General Managers Meetings, Amaro warned against heightened expectations.

11/7/2012 | Retaining LaRoche is high on Nats' wish list
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo emphasized on Wednesday at baseball's GM Meetings that the team considers re-signing first baseman Adam LaRoche a priority.

11/7/2012 | Weiss chosen as sixth manager in Rockies history
The Rockies named one of the most popular players of their early days, Walt Weiss, as their new manager on Wednesday night.

11/7/2012 | Johnson near deal to return as Nats manager
Davey Johnson said he hopes to have a deal in place sometime this week to continue to manage the Nationals in 2013. Johnson went so far as to say that a deal could be in place as early as Thursday.

11/7/2012 | Farrell's staff could employ two hitting coaches
While manager John Farrell hired Juan Nieves as his pitching coach on Wednesday, he hinted that the job of a hitting coach has perhaps become too encompassing for one person.

11/7/2012 | Future Phillies on display in winter ball
Beat reporter Todd Zolecki takes a look at some of the Phillies' top position-player prospects and how they are faring in the Arizona Fall League and winter ball.

11/7/2012 | Artiaga retires after 48 years in baseball
Sal Artiaga, a leader in the game's Latin America community, has retired after nearly a half-century in professional baseball.

11/7/2012 | Padres bolster bullpen by trading for righty Kloess
The Padres added some bullpen depth on Wednesday, trading outfielder Blake Tekotte to the White Sox for right-hander Brandon Kloess.

11/7/2012 | Upton trade rumors emerge from GM Meetings
The General Managers Meetings were barely a few hours old before FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported that the D-backs were engaged in active discussions about trading outfielder Justin Upton.

11/7/2012 | Mariners to build Dominican baseball academy
It requires a little imagination, at this point, but Tim Kissner has seen the vision. A piece of property that sits barren in Boca Chica in the Dominican Republic will be home to a sparkling new 24-acre Mariners baseball academy in about 15 months, and Kissner knows the importance.

11/7/2012 | Sabathia lobbying Pettitte to come back
Beneath the surface of each good-natured text message about the football schedule, CC Sabathia has been quietly gauging Andy Pettitte's thoughts about stepping back into the Yankees' rotation.

11/7/2012 | Arbitration cases likely add up to increased payroll
Make no mistake, the Tigers will be spending this winter. It's just a matter of how much goes to upgrades and how much will go toward keeping together the core of the existing team.

11/7/2012 | Interested in Hamilton, Texas also eyeing Greinke
Rangers president Nolan Ryan said the club will look at starting pitching help, and he made it clear that Zack Greinke is the best one available on the free-agent market. Texas is still interested in re-signing Josh Hamilton, but can't wait all winter for him to make a decision.


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