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What Aaron Judge Reportedly Told Teams During Free Agency

On Thursday, reigning AL MVP Aaron Judge ended his free agency and re-signed with the New York Yankees. The superstar slugger attracted interest from teams all over the MLB. According to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman, he told prospective teams that his legacy is more important than money. With his...
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Mets Re-Sign Nimmo, Add Robertson

Once the New York Mets lost Jacob deGrom to the Texas Rangers, they clearly saw it as a sign to act fast. The next day, they signed Justin Verlander to a two-year deal. Now on Thursday, according to reports, not only did the Mets re-sign outfielder Brandon Nimmo to an eight-year deal, they added veteran reliever David Robertson for one year and $10 million. The Nimmo deal was first reported by MLB Network and confirmed by Jeff Passan of ESPN, who also reported the Robertson deal. The club has yet to confirm either signing.
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Padres snipe Xander Bogaerts from Red Sox with massive contract

The Boston Red Sox have lost shortstop Xander Bogaerts, as he agreed to a massive contract with the San Diego Padres. The Boston Red Sox fanbase feared that shortstop Xander Bogaert wouldn’t return after he entered free agency this winter. The two sides tried negotiating a new deal this past year, but to no avail. Now, Red Sox fans’ worst nightmare has now become a reality.
BOSTON, MA

MLB World Reacts To Aaron Judge Turning Down More Money Report

There was a time when Aaron Judge almost signed with a different team during this free-agent cycle. He was close to signing with the San Francisco Giants before MLB Network's Jon Heyman tweeted that he was too quick with it. That led to Judge deciding to stay with the New York Yankees when he reportedly agreed to a nine-year $360 million contract with them on Wednesday morning.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Morosi: Are the Mariners a potential suitor for Pirates’ Bryan Reynolds?

The Mariners have made just one additition to their MLB roster in free agency this offseason in reliever Trevor Gott, with their two biggets acquisitions coming via trade in outfielder Teoscar Hernández and second baseman Kolten Wong. But could another big trade be on the way?. A longtime Seattle...
SEATTLE, WA
MyNorthwest.com

Drayer: The Mariners Week That Was on Seattle Sports 710 AM

On the heels of their 90-win 2022 season and playoff berth, there’s been no shortage of Seattle Mariners content on the Seattle Sports 710 AM airwaves this offseason. Every week on Seattle Sports 710 AM is full of M’s talk, whether it’s interviews with players, announcers or analysts, in-depth conversation from the station’s hosts, or the weekly Jerry Dipoto Show with the team’s president of baseball operations.
SEATTLE, WA
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MLB insider on which team is the cream of the crop in the NL East

The NL East was the most competitive division in baseball last year, and it’s primed to be the class of the MLB again in 2023. It had two 100+ win teams, sent three to the postseason, and one made the World Series. Coming off those incredibly successful seasons, the clubs aren’t being complacent.
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MLB Network lead host Greg Amsinger

Greg joins Randy & Carey–with barely a voice!–to talk about the Cardinals signing of Willson Contreras, how he failed to talk enough about his excellence before the signing, the Cardinals putting together a team full of Eagle Scouts that needed a little pushback and talent to take it to the next level, the relationship between Contreras and Molina, how they affected the deal and could affect his career going forward, if there are more moves coming for the Cardinals, which pitchers fit the bill for STL and what the future looks like for the Padres after this recent shopping spree.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Graphic Shows All The MLB Talent For The Dominican WBC Team

MLB will organize the fifth edition of the World Baseball Classic in March 2023. Everything is set for the start of the competition, which will have a record 20 teams vying for the trophy. The United States won the last edition in 2017 and have a stacked roster for 2023.
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