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Morton 'excited' to return to Braves decade later
Charlie Morton, who returned to the Atlanta Braves on a one-year, $15 million deal, says he doesn't remember a lot from his brief stint with the team 12 years ago.[read more]

Reds ship Stephenson to Rockies in 4-player deal
The Rockies acquired right-hander Robert Stephenson and minor league outfielder Jameson Hannah from the Reds for right-handed pitchers Jeff Hoffman and Case Williams, a minor leaguer.[read more]

Report: Phillies lost $145M during '20 season
The Phillies, who finished 28-32 last season and missed the playoffs, lost $145 million in revenue during the pandemic-shortened season, a source told The Associated Press.[read more]

Sources: LHP Minor, Royals agree to 2-year deal
Left-handed starter Mike Minor has reached an agreement on a two-year deal with the Kansas City Royals, sources confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

Wainwright uncertain of his future with Cardinals
Adam Wainwright, who has spent his entire 15-year MLB career with the Cardinals, is unsure of his future with the team entering free agency. "We just don't know what they're going to be offering -- or if they will offer," he said.[read more]

Rays' Arozarena released as no charges sought
Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena was released in Mexico's Yucatan state Thursday prior to a scheduled hearing after his former partner told a judge that she did not want to press charges.[read more]

How Adam Wainwright's love for fantasy football has benefited more than 30 charities
Come for the trash talk, stay for the competition: Baseball players use fantasy obsession to help those in need.[read more]

MLB free agency, offseason trade news and hot stove updates
We've got everything you need to know about the hot stove season.[read more]

Why everybody should vote Andy Pettitte into the Hall of Fame
Look at the number of pitchers in Cooperstown born in the 1970s. Notice something interesting?[read more]

Who is Jed Hoyer? What you need to know about the Cubs' new president
From how he compares to Theo Epstein to how he'll make his mark in Chicago, here's what his peers inside the game are saying about Hoyer.[read more]