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MLB News - 11/28/14
- Black Friday MLB.com Shop sale: Save up to 30 percent
It's the critical time on the calendar when GM's baseball shopping adventures overlap with your own. It's Black Friday, and while clubs follow a methodical process to find their Hot Stove prizes, you can find a much more instant gratification right now at the MLB.com Shop, where you can save 30 percent on any order above $99, 25 percent on any order between $50 and $99.99 and 20 percent off with no minimum.
- Gordon lights up Plaza to continue magical year
Thousands came out to cheer Alex Gordon, but this time, not at Kauffman Stadium. On Thursday night, it was at the Country Club Plaza. And, oh yes -- the roar of the crowd was also directed at thousands of holiday lights.
- Butler thanks KC for his time with the Royals
Departed designated hitter Billy Butler gave thanks to Kansas City fans and the Royals organization on Thursday by taking out a full-page ad in the Thanksgiving edition of the Kansas City Star.
- Every team, fan base has reason to be thankful
In the baseball world, no matter your rooting interest, there's plenty to be thankful for and optimistic about. Here on Thanksgiving, let's review those reasons, shall we?
- Yankees must counter Boston's big moves
With the Red Sox already deep into their offseason makeover, it's time for the Yankees to make a splash -- perhaps by signing Jon Lester -- to show that they are committed to being in the mix for the 2015 AL East title.
- A View from Studio 3: Trammell worthy of HOF
Alan Trammell was everything we want in a Hall of Famer, right? He spent his entire 20-year career with one team. He was a World Series champion. But a jam-packed 2015 ballot doesn't bode well for Trammell, who deserves enshrinement, writes MLB Network's Matt Yallof.
- Giants' best bet at third likely from outside
The World Series champion San Francisco Giants now have a rather large vacancy at the hot corner. General manager Brian Sabean is never shy when he knows what he wants and needs, and he's going to have some decisions to make regarding third base for 2015.
- Rumor roundup: Trade-market talk heats up
With Yasmany Tomas, Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez coming off the free-agent market this week, potential trade candidates are grabbing the Hot Stove headlines. All-Star players such as Matt Kemp, Yoenis Cespedes and Jimmy Rollins are among the names reportedly drawing interest.
- Tomas deal an extension of Cuba's impact
The wave of big-money deals for Cuban free agents continued to surge Wednesday, when sources told MLB.com that the D-backs have agreed to a six-year, $68.5 million contract with24-year-old slugger Yasmany Tomas.
- Phils' search for power moves on without Tomas
The Phillies will have to look elsewhere for a power bat in the outfield now that Cuban slugger Yasmany Tomas has agreed to a deal with the D-backs.