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MLB News - 10/31/14
- Marquee names lead list of top 25 free agents
The regular season and postseason have ended, but the Hot Stove season is upon us. Here's a top-25 list of free agents, plus a few more names to kick around in these days as teams begin to try to get better than the World Series-champion Giants.
- Gallardo's option picked up; Weeks' declined
As expected, the Brewers have committed to starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo for another season and ended Rickie Weeks' long tenure with the club.
- Cruz headlines group of nine Orioles free agents
With the World Series in the books, the Hot Stove season officially begins, with nine Orioles becoming free agents. The biggest name to hit the market is Nelson Cruz.
- Top prospects set to shine in Fall Stars Game
To understand why it's important to watch the Arizona Fall League's Fall Stars Game on Saturday, all one has to do is look at the game's history. Plain and simple, if a fan wants to know who the game's next stars will be, he or she should tune in to MLB Network or MLB.com at 8 p.m. ET.
- Pipeline Inbox: Has Bryant passed Buxton as top prospect?
MLB.com's Jim Callis answers questions about baseball's top youngsters, including whether Kris Bryant has passed Byron Buxton as baseball's top prospect.
- Speed is key for Padres farmhand in pitch-clock game
San Diego prospect Mallex Smith, who swiped 88 bases in A ball this year, scored the go-ahead run in Surprise's 5-4 victory Thursday night. It was the ninth game using the 20-second pitch clock -- a pace-of-game initiative being tested at the Arizona Fall League -- and it was timed at 2:28.
- Astros games to reach larger market on new network
Astros games will be available to a larger portion of the Houston television market beginning next year after a bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved a Chapter 11 reorganization plan that will allow AT&T and DirecTV to purchase Comcast SportsNet Houston.
- Giants' latest title offers questions, answers
Should a Fortune 500 company hire Brian Sabean as chief operating officer? Is Sergio Romo really gone? Is Brandon Crawford better than everybody realizes? How will Bruce Bochy look in bronze? What we learned about the Giants -- these issues and others -- during their circuitous yet fascinating route to their third World Series title in five seasons are addressed here.
- Statcast: Dissecting Gordon's odds of scoring
The beauty -- or the agony, if you're a Royals fan -- is that we'll never know. We'll never know what would have happened if Kansas City third-base coach Mike Jirschele had sent Alex Gordon home with two outs in the ninth inning of Wednesday night's World Series Game 7.