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Rounding up the MLB Winter Meetings Recaps

Includes one vote for the Reds

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Two points to remember about Cleveland Indians Brandon Moss-Joey Wendle trade | - Hoynes tries his hand at some out of the box (for him) analysis.

Terry's Talkin about Cleveland Indians, Brandon Moss and Justin Masterson -- Terry Pluto | cleveland.comBrandon Moss is coming off a hip injury, but is worth the risk on a one-year contract.

My Sportsman of the Year: Terry Francona - Waiting For Next YearCleveland Indians manager Terry Francona is the latest nomination for WFNY's Sportsman of the Year.

Indians leave Winter Meetings with one goal accomplished, but aren't finished yet | FOX Sports - At the halfway mark of the offseason the Indians have accomplished one of their goals by getting a power hitter. There are still a few areas that need some tweaks though before the start of Spring Training.

Winter Meetings Recaps

Winter Meetings madness: Recapping the AL Central moves | FOX Sports - The AL Central was one of the busiest divisions during this year's MLB Winter Meetings. Here's a recap of each team's moves.

Grading each MLB club's Winter Meetings activity. | : Richard Justice Article - Twenty years from now, we'll look back at these Winter Meetings and remember how much fun we had, and we may cringe at our optimism for certain teams. But for now we graded how each MLB club did in San Diego, grouped by letter grades A-C.

How the Cincinnati Reds quietly won at the winter meetings | FOX Sports - With a pair of smart trades in San Diego, the Reds trimmed payroll and added to the long-term outlook, and the roster didn't actually lose much of anything.

MLB winter meetings winners and losers - ESPN - The Cubs, White Sox, Dodgers and Marlins walked away winners at this week's winter meetings, while the defending champion Giants and three other teams left San Diego empty-handed and searching for answers.

The Marlins Maneuver, the Tigers Retool, the Phillies Accept Fate, and Other Stray Winter Meetings Moves " - Grantland's Ben Lindbergh recaps the Winter Meetings.

Which MLB divisions will be the most fun in '15? | : AJ Cassavell Article- Major League Baseball's regular season is nothing without colorful and intense division races, and 2015 should have those in abundance. With that in mind, here's a ranking of baseball's divisions in terms of how much fun they're going to be.

How Winter Meetings "winners" fared next season. | : Paul Casella Article - The amount of wheeling and dealing at the 2014 Winter Meetings more than made up for the relatively lackluster gatherings from the previous two years. But how will this year's winners fare next season? We took a look back at how other clubs did after making a Winter Meetings splash.