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MLB News - 11/27/15
- Shopping for deals? GMs may try these
The Hot Stove has started with a bang, and so far, teams have been focused on improving via trades. In the spirit of Black Friday, here are five deals we'd like to see based on team needs and fits.
- Rumor roundup: Bucs open to offers on '16 FAs
Major League Baseball's rumor mill moved slower than usual on Thursday -- like most of America after a Thanksgiving feast. Still, there were a few notable rumblings on the Hot Stove.
- 5 reasons J. Upton is highly coveted
After spending his first six seasons with the D-backs, Justin Upton could now be on his way to playing for his third team in three years, after spending the past two seasons with the Braves and Padres, respectively. Here's a look at five stats from Upton's career that could be a sign of things to come for his 2016 team.
- Hot Stove isn't immune to Black Friday frenzy
As America straps on its bib and grabs the carving knife, go ahead and attack the bird. But you will want to leave some room for dessert: Baseball has been known to serve up some treats on Thanksgiving -- bombshells, not bonbons -- then join the Black Friday frenzy.
- Precious Medal: Thankful trip to White House
Yogi Berra passed away on September 22, a month before we were notified by the White House that he would receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The news then was bittersweet; I was sad that Grampa would not be able to get the medal in person, but so, so proud that he would receive the honor.
- Braves bolster young rotation with vet Norris
If Bud Norris bounces back from a rough 2015 season, he could prove to be the low-risk, high-reward starting pitcher that the Braves are seeking. The Braves announced they signed Norris to a one-year, $2.5 million deal Wednesday afternoon.
- McCutchen carries on Clemente's legacy
Andrew McCutchen has played in Pittsburgh long enough to hear hundreds of stories about Roberto Clemente. They rarely have anything to do with the Pirates icon's incredible ability or his Hall of Fame career. Those who knew or met Clemente want to talk about his kindness and giving spirit.
- Axford a free agent after clearing waivers
Veteran closer John Axford cleared waivers on Wednesday and is now a free agent after being designated for assignment last week by the Rockies.
- Cubs land lefty Brothers in deal with Rockies
The Chicago Cubs have acquired left-handed reliever Rex Brothers in a trade with the Rockies, the club announced Wednesday.
- Hultzen clears waivers, outrighted to Triple-A
Left-hander Danny Hultzen, who was designated for assignment on Friday by the Mariners after three injury-plagued seasons, has cleared waivers and will be outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma.
- Indians acquire Yates from Rays for cash
The Indians boasted one of the American League's best bullpens last season and have the ability to return with virtually the same cast next year. Given the volatile nature of a relief corps, though, the club is always on the hunt for more depth.