Category Archives: National League

Reds Trade Mat Latos to Marlins

The Cincinnati Reds have traded starting pitcher Mat Latos to the Miami Marlins. Latos, 27, went 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA, 1.153 WHIP, 74/26 K/BB ratio over 102.1 innings in an injury-riddled season that limited him to 16 starts. Over … Continue reading

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Dodgers, Padres Complete Matt Kemp Trade

The Matt Kemp era in Los Angeles is over. After weeks of speculation, the Dodgers have agreed to send Kemp to the San Diego Padres, along with catcher Tim Federowicz, in exchange for catcher Yasmani Grandal and right-handers Joe Wieland … Continue reading

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Dee Gordon & Dan Haren to Marlins, Andrew Heaney to Dodgers in Seven-Player Trade

That didn’t take long at all. Yesterday, we reported that the Dodgers had made second baseman Dee Gordon available in trade talks. When the club acquired shortstop Jimmy Rollins earlier this today, we speculated that the move seemed to setup … Continue reading

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Jon Lester’s Contract with the Cubs Could be Worth $180M

Earlier today we reported that free agent starter Jon Lester had agreed on a six-year, $155 million with the Chicago Cubs. While the basic structure of the deal is correct, the baseball world is just learning about the additional details … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh Pirates Re-Sign Francisco Liriano for 3-yrs/$39M

Francisco Liriano nearly pitched his way out of baseball before he signed with the Pirates two years ago. Two very good seasons later, he’s reportedly pitched himself into a three-year, $39 million deal to stay in Pittsburgh. Liriano, 31, was … Continue reading

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Diamondbacks & Cubs Nearing a Miguel Montero Trade

The trade winds are blowing in San Diego as the rumors coming out of the Winter Meetings indicate that Arizona Diamondbacks’ catcher, Miguel Montero might be on the move. Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com is reporting via Twitter that the Cubs … Continue reading

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MLB Winter Meetings: The Six Biggest Storylines

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all-ages; the moment you’ve been waiting for is finally here. Let’s get ready to ruuuuuuuuuumble… And by rumble, I obviously mean partake in lengthy discourse about the relative long-term value of one … Continue reading

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