Rumors, rumors, and rumors. This time, the Cleveland Indians are involved in a few. Also, the Seattle Mariners added another player, water is wet, etc.
Tommy Hunter drawing interest from Tigers, Indians, Padres | NBC Sports
Somehow this completely slipped my radar until just now as I am looking for links to fill out the news & notes late Monday morning. But apparently the Indians are taking a look at former Baltimore Orioles and Chicago Cubs reliever Tommy Hunter.
Bradley aiming to be Indians' next big slugger | MLB
Who does not love reading good things about prospects? In this review of Bobby Bradley's 2015 season from Jordan Bastian, we get an inside look at how the first baseman worked on his power stroke throughout the season to become one of the best power hitters in the organization.
Five potential trade destinations for Yasiel Puig | ESPN
Take a guess who #1 is?
- Here is Jason Kipnis playing shirtless baseball on the beach if that's your thing.
Around the league
Source: Toronto “far and away” David Price’s first choice | Baseball Essential
It's always cool to see a player sign with a new team then fall in love with the city. That has happened with David Price and the Toronto Blue Jays. And you know it's legit because David Price himself retweeted it.
Robinson Cano reportedly unhappy in Seattle, would like to go back to New York | NBC Sports
...and then there is Robinson Cano. The second baseman, who signed a 10 year, $240 million contract with the Mariners prior to the 2014 season, reportedly wants off the Seattle Mariners experience.
Getting Mike Trout to 168.4 WAR | FanGraphs
A really fun thought experiment by August Fagerstrom--what would it take for Mike Trout to surpass Babe Ruth as the all-time WAR leader?
Mariners sign veteran catcher Iannetta to one-year deal | FOX Sports
It would not be a day in the 2015 offseason without Jerry DiPoto adding someone to the Seattle Mariners.
Monday's MLB hot stove trade and free-agency buzz | ESPN
The Washington Nationals are shopping Jonathan Papelbon. Choking your team's star player is not a good way to stick around, I guess.