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Santiago Casilla returns to A's on $11M, 2-year contract
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — No hard feelings about leaving San Francisco for Santiago Casilla. He is focused on his second stint with Oakland, the place the hard-throwing reliever received his big league start.
Trumbo, Orioles finalize $37.5 million, 3-year deal
For the second year in a row, the Orioles negotiated a deal to keep the major league home run champion in Baltimore.
Different era, different drug question for Rodriguez, Raines
NEW YORK (AP) — Moments after Tim Raines spoke openly about overcoming cocaine abuse, Ivan Rodriguez tried to avoid discussing whether he had used steroids.
Tigers' core still intact as spring training approaches
DETROIT (AP) — Justin Verlander sat in the middle of the Tiger Den, the lounge at Comerica Park where he and his teammates were available to reporters before heading out on their winter caravan.
Marlins acquire RHP Straily from Reds for 3 minor leaguers
MIAMI (AP) — Replacing Jose Fernandez will be a collective task for the Miami Marlins, with 14-game winner Dan Straily joining the effort Thursday.
Blue Jays ownership involved in bringing Bautista back
TORONTO (AP) — Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins said ownership got involved in the re-signing of veteran Jose Bautista.
Rod Carew passes 1-month mark since heart transplant
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew has passed the one-month mark since a heart and kidney transplant with no signs of rejection.
Bonds, Clemens making slow gains with changing electorate
Hall of Fame voters are still sharply divided on Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens.
Longtime Astros slugger Bagwell elected to Hall of Fame
HOUSTON (AP) — Jeff Bagwell struggled to describe how he felt soon after being elected to the Hall of Fame in his seventh year on the ballot.
Trevor Hoffman misses Hall of Fame election by 5 votes
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Well, Hells Bells, Trevor Hoffman didn't make baseball's Hall of Fame for the second straight season.
AP source: Trumbo, Orioles reach $37.5 million, 3-year deal
The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to a $37.5 million, three-year contract to keep major league home run champion Mark Trumbo, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
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