• Why Giants have some difficult decisions based off arbitration projections

    2 monthes ago - By Yahoo Sports

    When he was asked about his arbitration-eligible players earlier this month, vice president of baseball operations Brian Sabean pointed out that the Giants are not trying to come to terms with a huge name like Bumgarner or Posey. The Giants have six players eligible for arbitration, including their starting second baseman and three key members of the bullpen. The Giants should have someone new in place by the time these decisions have to be made in about six weeks, but thanks to MLB Trade Rumors we can take an early look at what the six players might be looking at.
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  • AL Notes: Salazar, Carrasco, Smoak, Didi

    2 monthes ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    Indians righty Danny Salazar is slated to begin throwing next month, president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti tells MLB.com's Jordan Bastian. At the moment, the club isn't certain whether it'll utilize the hurler as a starter or reliever, though it does sound as if the plan is to tender him a contract. Salazar will almost certainly command the same $5MM salary he did this year after sitting out all of 2018 with shoulder issues. That's a decent bit of payroll to stake on a return to form, though Salazar has real upside on the mound and will also remain controllable for the 2020...
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  • Real Madrid says it will sue over Ronaldo 'rape' saga report

    Real Madrid says it will sue over Ronaldo 'rape' saga report

    2 monthes ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Real Madrid said Thursday it had filed a lawsuit against a Portuguese newspaper that wrote the Spanish giants pushed Cristiano Ronaldo to hush up an alleged rape case. Real said it had taken legal action against Correio da Manha after the paper reported Wednesday that "Real Madrid pressured him to sign" a non-disclosure accord and pay compensation to his accuser, Kathryn Mayorga. "Real Madrid has absolutely no knowledge of any of the information that the newspaper published with regard to the player Cristiano Ronaldo, and therefore the club could not have taken action on a matter of which...
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  • Report: Giants will interview Kim Ng for baseball operations job

    2 monthes ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Kim Ng, MLB's senior vice president for baseball operations, will interview with the Giants, according to Chris Haft of MLB.com. No MLB team has ever had a female general manager, although Ng would likely be interviewing for a job above that.
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