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  • Jose Quintana, JA Happ Among Possible Targets at Trade Deadline

    The New York Yankees are one of the hottest teams to start the 2017 MLB season. If they continue the trend in the next couple of months, they could contend for a spot in the postseason. The only weaknesses for the Yankees early this season are injuries and starting pitching.more

  • Derek Jeter, Jeb Bush Joining Forces to Purchase Miami Marlins

    Former New York Yankees superstar shortstop Derek Jeter and former Florida governor Jeb Bush were initially reported to be competing to purchase the Miami Marlins.more

  • Chicago Cubs Rumors: 3 Potential Relief Pitchers the Cubs Could Acquire Via Trade

    The Chicago Cubs are not having the best start in the 2017 MLB season as they have only compiled an 8-7 record in the first two weeks. It's too early to hit the panic button and they are doing just fine but they still need to improve their bullpen.more

  • Toronto Blue Jays Ready to Trade Josh Donaldson, Begin Firesale If Slow Start Continues

    The Toronto Blue Jays are off to a historically bad start with a 2-10 record after the first two weeks of the 2017 MLB season. The latest MLB rumors suggest that the Blue Jays are prepared to trade superstar third baseman Josh Donaldson and start a firesale if the team continues their slow start.more

  • Toronto Blue Jays to Implement Major Overhaul After Disappointing Start

    Expectations were high for the Blue Jays this season after reaching the American League Championship Series the past two years. However, the Blue Jays started the season with a disappointing 2-10 mark. If this slump continues, the Blue Jays might be force to implement a major overhaul of their lineup come June or July. According to Buster Olney of, the Blue Jays may part ways with some of their veterans, including sluggers Troy Tulowitzki, Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista and pitcher Marco Estrada and Francisco Liriano.more

  • New York Yankees Still Keen on Acquiring Jose Quintana From White Sox?

    The New York Yankees currently have the most wins in the MLB with nine and they are on a hot streak. However, their starting pitching still needs improvement and they could make a run for the playoffs if they can acquire a starter like Jose Quintana of the Chicago White Sox.more

  • Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers Working on Trade for Slugger Ryan Braun

    With several of their outfielders down with injuries, the Los Angeles Dodgers are eyeing the services of Milwaukee Brewers slugger and left fielder Ryan Braun. The Dodgers are in discussion with the Brewers about acquiring Braun via trade. According to Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo, the Brewers and Dodgers are in touch about the possible trade involving Braun. Cafardo said the Dodgers expect Braun to boost their outfield hitting. Through Thursday, the Dodgers’ outfield is hitting just .238.more

  • Yankees Rumors: Manny Machado Open To Playing in New York With Gary Sanchez, Bryce Harper in the 2019 Season

    The New York Yankees have already been linked with a couple of big name players from the loaded 2019 free agent class like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. In a recent interview, Machado revealed that he is open to playing in New York with Harper and Yankees phenom, Gary Sanchez.more

  • 5 Potential Destinations for Shohei Otani Next Season

    In an interview with 60 Minutes, Shohei Otani revealed that he is going to the majors and he will be posted by his team at the end of the 2017 MLB season. Here are the five possible destinations for the modern day Babe Ruth.more

  • Retired New York Yankees Shortstop Derek Jeter Interested in Acquiring Miami Marlins

    Retired New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is interested in acquiring the Miami Marlins. Last year, team owner Jeffrey Loria expressed interest in selling the team which he purchased for $158 million in 2002. According to Fox Business, Loria could fetch a significant price for the Marlins, given the scarcity of scarcity value of MLB teams. Sources said the Marlins’ price price tag could range anywhere from $800 million to $1.6 billion.more

  • MLB Opening Day: Cubs Lose First Game as Champions, Yankees Fail to Beat Rays

    The Chicago Cubs came into the MLB season as the reigning World Series champions for the first time in 109 years. However, the Cubs lost their first game as champions against their rivals St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium.more

  • MLB Rumors: St. Louis Cardinals Could Acquire Jose Quintana

    Jose Quintana is one of the most underrated starting pitchers in MLB but he has been linked to several teams this season. The latest MLB rumors suggest the St. Louis Cardinals are a sleeper team that could acquire Quintana from the White Sox.more

  • Texas Rangers Include 2 Horses in Rougned Odor's Six-Year Contract Extension

    The Texas Rangers threw in two horses, together with $49.5 million, in their six-year contract extension agreement with infielder Rougned Odor. With the fresh contract, Odor will wear the Rangers uniform through the 2022 season. In a news conference, the Rangers announced the agreement with the 23-year-old Odor, who hit .271 with 33 home runs and 88 RBIs last season.more

  • Miami Marlins OF Ichiro Suzuki Wants to Play Until He's 50

    Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki has been playing professional baseball for more than half of his life and he plans to continue to do so until he's 50 years old. Ichiro played nine years in the Nippon Professional Baseball League before joining the Seattle Mariners in 2001. "I'm not joking when I say it," Ichiro told the Miami Herald. "Nobody knows what the future holds. But the way I feel, how I'm thinking, I feel like nothing can stop me from doing it."more

  • New York Yankees Could Target Justin Verlander, Sonny Gray at the Trade Deadline

    The New York Yankees have the chance of making it back to the playoffs this season but they will need to acquire another starter before the trade deadline. According to the latest MLB rumors, the Yankees could target Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers and Sonny Gray of the Oakland Athletics.more

  • MLB Rumors: Yankees Acquiring Jose Quintana From White Sox For Clint Frazier?

    The New York Yankees have been linked with Chicago White Sox left-handed ace Jose Quintana since the offseason started. The latest MLB rumors imply that the Yankees have to give up outfield prospect Clint Frazier in order to acquire Quintana from the White Sox.more

  • With Didi Gregorious Out, Yankees Hunting for Shortstop Via Trade

    With Didi Gregorius out until May, the New York Yankees will try to fill his void at shortstop via trade or look into in-house options. Gregorius, playing for the Netherlands, strained his right shoulder turning a double play during a WBC exhibition game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. A source told NJ Advance Media that the Yankees have already identified several players, preferably with an expiring contract.more

  • New York Yankees Could Acquire Shortstop Nick Ahmed From Diamondbacks

    The New York Yankees are going to be without starting shortstop Didi Gregorius for the next six weeks and the first month of the MLB season due to a shoulder injury. The latest MLB rumors imply that the Yankees could explore the trade market and they might acquire Nick Ahmed of the Arizona Diamondbacks.more

  • New York Yankees Could Acquire Freddy Galvis as Fill-In for Didi Gregorius

    The New York Yankees are going to be without starting shortstop Didi Gregorius for six weeks due to a right shoulder strain. According to the latest MLB rumors, the Yankees could acquire Freddy Galvis from the Philadelphia Phillies if Gregorius will be out longer or suffers a setback.more

  • Gleyber Torres, Starlin Castro Among Possible Replacements If Didi Gregorius Misses Time With Injury

    The New York Yankees have a problem heading into Opening Day because their starting shortstop Didi Gregorius suffered a shoulder injury during the World Baseball Classic. Some of the possible replacements for him if he misses time include top prospect Gleyber Torres and second baseman Starlin Castro.more

  • Former NFL Star Tim Tebow to Begin Pro Baseball Career With Class A Columbia

    Tim Tebow’s journey from a former NFL quarterback to a Major League player will begin with the Class A Columbia Fireflies, the New York Mets’ affiliate in the South Atlantic League Mets manager Terry Collins announced that Tebow will join the Fireflies as his first professional baseball team.more

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