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MLB News - 11/01/14
- Orioles decline their mutual option on Markakis
The Orioles announced Friday night that they declined their half of a mutual option on their longest-tenured player, Nick Markakis, for the 2015 season.
- Brewers set to bring back Montgomery to scouting role
The Brewers are planning an announcement Monday regarding reports that they have rehired former front-office official Ray Montgomery to lead Milwaukee's amateur scouting department, general manager Doug Melvin said late Friday.
- Panda to take his time making decision in free agency
Though Pablo Sandoval professed his love for the Giants, the third baseman's ardor apparently isn't all-encompassing, given his willingness to consider other free-agency options. "I'm going to go where my heart tells me," Sandoval said Friday after the Giants celebrated their third World Series title in five seasons with a confetti-showered parade through downtown San Francisco.
- Giants' foundation rock solid with architect Sabean
A third World Series championship parade in five seasons only adds to general manager Brian Sabean's resume.
- 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 committed to starting pitcherYovani Gallardo for another season by exercising his $13 million club option for 2015, and also exercised the team's half of third baseman Aramis Ramirez's $14 million mutual option. Ramirez has three days to accept or decline. At the same time, the Brewers declined an option on second baseman Rickie Weeks. His was a vesting option based on plate appearances that Weeks did not reach, so it became a club option instead.
- Cubs players react to managerial change
Catcher John Baker played in San Diego when Rick Renteria was on the coaching staff, and the two were reunited in Chicago this past season. Baker, well aware of the business side of the game, was saddened at the news that Renteria was dismissed Friday as Cubs manager.
- Maddon's path to new club mirrors Sparky's
For the fans who have kept Wrigley Field's average attendance at 33,652 over the past three seasons, with the team going 200-286 while Rick Renteria and Dale Sveum ran auditions for a revolving cast of players, Joe Maddon's hiring means that one of baseball's flagship franchises is back in business.
- Yost has minor skin cancer surgery on nose
Royals manager Ned Yost delayed his return home to Georgia to undergo a skin cancer procedure on his nose on Friday in Kansas City. Yost said the surgery was minor for basal cell carcinoma.