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MLB News - 12/20/14
- Red Sox acquire catcher Hanigan in deal with Padres
With a logjam at third base and a need for a backup catcher, the Red Sox traded Will Middlebrooks to the Padres on Friday in exchange for catcher Ryan Hanigan.
- Padres build stacked offensive lineup with bevy of moves
The Padres -- who haven't advanced to the playoffs since 2006 and haven't been very relevant since -- continued a frenzied and unusually bountiful offseason with a bevy of notable roster moves Friday.
- Silverman taking bold steps necessary to reshape Rays
On second thought, give Matt Silverman, the Tampa Bay Rays' "rookie" general manager credit. What Silverman has done is far more than tweaking the roster. Call it a major overhaul.
- From security guard to Santa: MLB spreads holiday cheer
On Friday night in Greenwich Village, LeRoy Hendricks, a longtime fixture on the serious side of Major League Baseball Security, renewed what has become a beloved and jolly holiday tradition of his own in later life. He handed out presents to 50 kids as the annual Santa Claus during MLB's Winter Wishes 2014 event for the Castle Hill Club House of the local Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
- Giants acquire McGehee to fill third-base spot
The Giants filled their third-base vacancy on Friday night, announcing they obtained Casey McGehee from the Marlins for a pair of Minor League right-handers.
- Dodgers release veteran reliever Wilson
The Dodgers released reliever Brian Wilson on Friday and the club will be responsible for the 32-year-old right-hander's $10 million salary for 2015.
- Dodgers surpass Yankees for highest payroll
It's official: The Dodgers have passed the Yankees as baseball's highest-spending team. According to calculations made by MLB and reported by The Associated Press, the Dodgers 2014 payroll was a record $257,283,410. That's more than $20 million above the previous high, recorded by the Yankees a year ago.
- How will Padres handle all their outfielders?
The Padres have seven outfielders on the roster who will make more than the league minimum in 2015, presenting manager Bud Black with an assortment of options.
- Preller sure keeps things moving as rookie GM
One of the more amazing parts of A.J. Preller's story is that, until the last few weeks, he was a relative unknown outside of baseball. But things have changed, and dramatically. The Padres have gotten everyone's attention, and so has their new general manager.
- GM Hawkins? Righty has post-career plans
As he enters his 21st and final season in the Majors, Rockies right-hander LaTroy Hawkins realizes he has seen just a "small piece" of the sport he loves. When he takes off the uniform for the final time, he plans on delving into the rest.