Major League Baseball saw a lot of action this year at the Winter Meetings, with many teams going home with new superstars and others left empty-handed.
The Chicago White Sox entered the Winter Meetings with money to spend, and they are close to acquiring right-handed starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija from the Oakland Athletics.
As reported earlier the Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics have completed a trade that sends outfielder/first baseman Brandon Moss from the A's to the Indians in exchange for minor league second baseman Joe Wendle.
The Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics may be inching closer to a deal sending power hitting Brandon Moss to the Indians.
The Toronto Blue Jays have made quite the splash by acquiring Josh Donaldson from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for a package headline by Brett Lawrie.
The Tampa Bay Rays have whittled the search for their next manager to three and it's not hard to see the appeal of former Seattle manager Don Wakamatsu.
Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports that the Rays will listen on offers for shortstop Yunel Escobar.
Former major league pitcher Brad Hasley has died, according to his agency.
Jose Canseco accidentally shot a finger on his left hand as he was cleaning his gun in the kitchen of his Las Vegas home Tuesday afternoon.
Last night the Kansas City Royals beat the Baltimore Orioles by a score of 2-1, in front of a rowdy home crowd of nearly 41,000 at Kauffman Stadium . The win was the seventh straight victory for the Royals,