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  • Player agent Scott Boras, right, talks to the media at baseball's winter meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

    At MLB winter meetings, seamheads can see and be seen

    Part job fair, part executive gathering, part frat party, the four-day winter meetings have it all. Thousands of baseball people, from minor-league job seekers to equipment managers, converge every December. Almost none of them leave the hotel, this year Disney's Swan and Dolphin Resort just outside Orlando.


  • Boras bashes Mets, Cubs and Astros

    Scott Boras had some words for the New York Mets, Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros, and they were far from kind. And he also backed the Tampa Bay Rays' desire for a new ballpark.


  • After agent switch, Cano focuses on field, not rap

    Joe Girardi won't be altering his musical tastes for Robinson Cano, even with Jay-Z's new sports company now representing his All-Star second baseman.


  • After agent switch, Cano focuses on field, not rap

    Joe Girardi won't be altering his musical tastes for Robinson Cano, even with Jay-Z's new sports company now representing his All-Star second baseman.


  • Cano switching agents from Boras to Jay-Z company

    Robinson Cano plans to switch agents from Scott Boras to a new company formed by musician Jay-Z's Roc Nation and CAA Sports.


  • Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo, left, looks on as newly acquired pitcher Rafael Soriano models his jersey during an introductory news conference at Nationals Park, Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, in Washington. Rizzo also discussed the three-team trade that sent Michael Morse to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for pitching prospect A.J. Cole from the Oakland Athletics. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

    Rafael Soriano gives Nats 3 closers in bullpen

    If there was one takeaway from Soriano's introduction, officially installing him in a bullpen that already contained two right-handers with significant closing experience in Drew Storen and Tyler Clippard, it was that closing games was precisely what he was brought here to do.


  • Dodgers sign South Korea pitcher Ryu to deal

    The Los Angeles Dodgers signed South Korean pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin to a $36 million, six-year deal on Sunday, bolstering their starting rotation for next year.


  • Hamilton, Greinke lead weak free-agent class

    With baseball awash in record revenue as the signing season starts, Scott Boras compares the habits of teams to families sifting through supermarket shelves.


  • Appel fails to sign; no teams lose future picks

    The first signing period under baseball's new draft restrictions ended with touted pitcher Mark Appel spurning Pittsburgh to remain at Stanford and with 10 teams exceeding their bonus pools but none by enough to forfeit future selections.


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