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Top Offseason Options for the Los Angeles Dodgers to Finish off Winter Plans

The Los Angeles Dodgers have nearly filled their roster. Their depth chart is balanced and complete, with multiple quality options at many positions. The biggest potential weakness is an injury in the middle infield, as Darwin Barney and Justin Turner are competent players but would be stretched too far if given extended playing time.

Alex Rodriguez Reportedly Training with Barry Bonds at Bay Area Facility

In an attempt to make a comeback after suspensions and injuries have essentially kept him out of baseball for the past two years, New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez has reportedly enlisted the services of another controversial superstar in his day, Barry Bonds.

Jonny Gomes Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Free Agent OF

After splitting time between the Boston Red Sox and Oakland Athletics in 2014, free agent Jonny Gomes is reportedly attracting interest from the Atlanta Braves.'s Mark Bowman provided the news:

Gomes hit a combined .234/.327/.330 with six home runs and 37 RBI in 112 games between the Red Sox and A's last season.

MLB Rule Proposal Would Shorten Inning Breaks: Latest Details and Reaction

Amid talks of a pitch clock and other more radical approaches, Major League Baseball has come up with a more novel idea for shortening game lengths: stop warming up for so long.

Top Offseason Options for the Baltimore Orioles to Finish off Winter Plans

The 2014/15 MLB offseason will be ending soon and for teams like the Baltimore Orioles, they'll need to add at least one or two more pieces before the start of spring training.

MLB Stars Who's Health Will Directly Determine 2015 Playoff Races

Whether it's an aging star who's breaking down or a superstar who's recovering from an offseason surgery, just about every team in the league already has health concerns.

The list of big-name stars goes on and on. So to try and make things easier to digest, I broke down some of the biggest injuries by division.

MLB Offseason Moves That Should Be Giving Teams Buyer's Remorse

It's inevitable.

There will be more than one offseason transaction that won't work out in 2015. It happens every season, with B.J. Upton, Shin-Soo Choo and Josh Hamilton as recent examples.

It's a phenomenon that no team is immune to. Baseball is a game of failure, ultimately leading to larger fluctuations in production than in any other professional sport. You pay a player based off of what he's done, but those former numbers are often fool's gold in terms of future value. 

Yasiel Puig Buys Himself a Beautiful New $1.8M Mansion in California

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has become quite a star, and the 24-year-old has treated himself by buying a beautiful new mansion in Sherman Oaks, California.

The $1.8 million mansion is 4,663 square feet and includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms. You can see some more pictures of Puig's new house below:

Charlie Blackmon Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding Rockies Star

The Colorado Rockies may be looking to trade a former All-Star, though not the one most are expecting. Outfielder Charlie Blackmon is reportedly the subject of discussions involving other teams.  

According to Jon Morosi and Ken Rosenthal of, the Rockies are motivated to move Blackmon soon to take advantage of the value he built up last year:

MLB's 10 Most Valuable Free Agents Still on the Market

The MLB free-agent market now consists of Max Scherzer, James Shields and everyone else. But beyond Scherzer and Shields, there are still a handful of valuable players to be had. And as the market gets thinner, those assets will only become increasingly valuable as teams try to fill their remaining roster voids.


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