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- The Mets have shown interest in big time free agent Carlos Santana.
- The Rays and Cardinals have discussed a potential Alex Colome deal.
- Here are the biggest storylines of the 2017 MLB off-season.
- The Dodgers are now officially in the Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes mix.
- Both the Cubs and Dodgers are interested in Orioles' closer Zach Britton. Let’s all pretend to be shocked.
- Now that free agency is officially in full swing, check out the players that have received qualifying offers from their teams.
- The Astros are interested in acquiring Jonathan Lucroy. We’re just going to leave that there.
- The first trade of the 2017 Hot Stove Season has gone down: the Athletics have traded Ryon Healy to the Mariners.
- A little lost on baseball happenings this time of the year? Fear not, we’ve got everything you need to know about the GM Meetings happening this week.
- The Blue Jays and Mets are both vying for centerfield help in the form of Lorenzo Cain.
- What, if any, moves could the Cubs make this offseason?
- The Athletics are showing interest in White Sox' outfielder Avisail Garcia.
- The Yankees have a 2017 season that they were not originally destined for. Will this rebuild continue into the winter or will New York pump the breaks now?
- Tampa Bay is showing interest in power hitting division villan Jose Bautista.
- Here’s what to watch for this offseason while we impatiently await baseball’s return in the spring.
- Ever wonder what would have happened if the Yankees traded Derek Jeter in 1996? Our good friends at Out of the Park Baseball simulation that scenario for us and the results are pretty shocking (and depending who you root for, depressing).
- The Padres are looking into signing free agent first baseman Eric Hosmer.
- These options are what everyone should be keeping an eye on this offseason.
- Corey Kluber and Max Scherzer win this year’s Cy Young Awards in a landslide.
- Here’s a look at what the Brewers could do this offseason.
- The silliest Scott Boras quotes from his latest offseason lecture in case you need some laughs to get you to the weekend.
- What are qualifying offers and how do they work? Here’s a primer on everything you should know about how the new CBA has changed the qualifying offer system.
- The Twins are now prioritizing acquiring Yu Darvish over Jake Arrieta.
- Here’s the latest news on all of this Giancarlo Stanton buzz that will keep our stove eternally roaring.
- .A minor-league clubhouse gave Steve Clevenger a second chance in the wake of offensive tweets.
- MLB games could have a pitch clock as soon as next season, which is amazing news.
- The Twins had a 2017 season that blew everyone out of the water. So where do they go from here?
- The Cardinals are going to shake up their system this winter.
- Here’s a look at what the Rangers could do this offseason.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 2010, Roy Halladay joins Roger Clemens, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, and Gaylord Perry as the fifth pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues. RIP Doc.