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Gilberto Suarez Reportedly Enters Guilty Plea for Smuggling of Yasiel Puig

Gilberto Suarez entered a guilty plea on Tuesday for his role in the illegal smuggling of Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig. Suarez pleaded guilty to an alien smuggling conspiracy charge.   

Alex Rodriguez to Be Full-Time Designated Hitter for New York Yankees

For now, Alex Rodriguez has one job: help the New York Yankees at the plate. 

Gavin Floyd to Indians: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Cleveland pitching staff got a boost on Tuesday as the team signed right-handed starting pitcher Gavin Floyd.     

The team announced the move on Twitter:

Jordan Bastian of MLB.com has more details on the contract:

5 Available Players Still Within Reach of the Seattle Mariners

The list of potential fits to fill the Seattle Mariners' hole in right field seems to be shrinking by the day.

Melky Cabrera, likely Seattle's top target, agreed to a three-year deal with the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, per Bruce Levine of 670 The Score.

Matt Joyce Traded to Angels for Kevin Jepsen: Latest Details and Reaction

The Los Angeles Angels have upgraded their already-potent offense by acquiring outfielder Matt Joyce from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for relief pitcher Kevin Jepsen. 

Details of the trade were confirmed by the Angels on Twitter:

MLB Trade Rumors: Buzz Surrounding Cole Hamels, Top Outfielders Available

Several big names changed addresses during the winter meetings earlier this week, but there are still plenty of premier players available to be had via trades.

This MLB offseason is quickly shaping up to be one of the most active in recent memory. There weren't that many top-notch free agents, but the ones who were available were franchise-changers. Of course, a shortage of free agents means the trade market is a hotbed for new rumors and player movement.

How Each MLB Division Has Been Shaken Up After Offseason Frenzy

When we last saw them in the regular season, Major League Baseball's six divisions were nice and orderly. A place for every team, every team in its place.

But then the offseason happened.

As you might have noticed, things have been bonkers. We're not even halfway through December, and the free-agent market's shelves are approaching empty and the trade market has produced enough high-profile deals for two offseasons.

Predicting the Winter Meetings' Impact on Your 2015 Fantasy Baseball League

Did anything happen at the MLB winter meetings that could impact 2015 fantasy baseball leagues?

I don’t know, it seemed like a pretty slow week in San Diego. Besides Jeff Samardzija, Brandon Moss, Howie Kendrick, Jimmy Rollins, Dee Gordon, Andrew Heaney (twice!), Antonio Bastardo, Mat Latos, Rick Porcello, Yoenis Cespedes, Miguel Montero, Alfredo Simon and Matt Kemp, nearly everyone stayed put during the yearly summoning of general managers.

4 Post-Winter Meetings Predictions for the Rest of the MLB Offseason

Just because Major League Baseball's busy-as-all-get-out winter meetings are in the rearview mirror doesn't mean the hot stove has to cool down any time soon.

Having been over the winners and losers of the busiest four days baseball has had in quite some time, it's time to turn attention toward what still might happen next.

Introducing Noah Syndergaard, Possible Centerpiece of Game-Changing Winter Trade

A case can be made that the New York Mets possess the best collection of young pitching in the major leagues, with a projected 2015 starting rotation that includes right-handers Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler and National League Rookie of the Year Jacob deGrom.

Plus, it shouldn’t be long until they’re joined by a host of other young arms, too, as prospects Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz both are close to being ready for The Show.

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