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Pirates Cut Pedro Alvarez, Seven Others


The Pirates have cut Pedro Alvarez along with catcher Steve Lerud, second baseman Shelby Ford, and pitchers Daniel McCutchen, Jimmy Barthmaier, Ronald Uviedo, Juan Mateo, and Jeff Sues. Alvarez...

A's Sign Orlando Cabrera


One year, $4 million. Cabrera's 34 and might not have another good year left, but he's a reasonable gamble for Oakland and a nice upgrade over the disappointing Bobby Crosby. Unfortunately, they...

Royals Sign Juan Cruz


Everyone loses! Cruz will receive $2.25 million for 2009, $3.25 million for 2010, and a $4 million team option for 2011 in the deal, with a $500,000 buyout. The right-handed Cruz could...

Doug Mientkiewicz Signs With Dodgers


Doug Mientkiewicz's signing for the Dodgers could bring a new player to the Pirates' bench.

Pirates Sign Ruben Gotay


The Pirates have signed infielder Ruben Gotay to a minor league deal.

Dodgers Set to Sign Orlando Hudson


For one year and $3.8 million, plus $4.6 million in incentives. We'll see how reachable the incentives are, but jeez--Hudson has to be the free agent market's biggest loser so far. He was hoping...

Adam Dunn Signs With Nationals


Two years, $20 million, which is a bargain for a guy who'll hit a ton of home runs and net the Nats a couple of good draft picks when he hits a better free agent market. Nats GM Jim Bowden drafted...

LA Times: Pirates "Expressed Interest" in Bobby Abreu


Well, this is interesting.  The Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets and Chicago White Sox reportedly expressed interest in Abreu, whom Greenberg believes...

Orioles Sign Ty Wigginton


Two years, $6 million, which may strike those who remember Wigginton only from his Pirate days as odd, but is actually quite a good deal when one considers that Wigginton hit .285/.350/.526 while...

Oliver Perez Sticks With Mets


They'll pay him $36 million over the next three years. Next year is still only Perez' age-27 season, believe it or not, and he's already struck out over 1000 batters in the majors. He still has...

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