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MLB Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz on Brian Dozier, Jed Lowrie, More

Major League Baseball's hot stove has cooled off in the aftermath of the winter meetings, but there's still some buzz circulating the rumor mill as the calendar gets set to flip to 2017. 

Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier has emerged as a legitimate trade candidate following a sensational 2016 season, and he's not the only infielder who could be available. 

Jed Lowrie Injury: Updates on Athletics 2B's Shin and Return

The Oakland Athletics placed second baseman Jed Lowrie on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a bruised right shin, per MLB.com's Jane Lee.

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Jed Lowrie to Athletics: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Oakland Athletics let infielder Jed Lowrie walk in free agency one year ago, but the team realized its mistake and made amends.   

Jed Lowrie Injury: Updates on Astros Shortstop's Thumb and Return

The Houston Astros placed shortstop Jed Lowrie on the disabled list with a torn ligament in his thumb. He will be out until after the All-Star Game.

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Updated Chances for Washington Nationals to Sign Top 5 Remaining FA Targets

Most free-agency talk regarding the Washington Nationals this winter will start and end with their search for a second baseman. But MLB's offseason isn't called the "Hot Stove" because of aging middle infielders moving teams. 

St. Louis Cardinals Free Agent Rumors: Pros and Cons of Top Offseason Targets

The Hot Stove League is in full swing and the rumors are swirling at a rapid pace. At this rate, the Cardinals will have about 10 shortstops to fill their void before the week is out.

Here is a breakdown of some of those rumors and the pros and cons with each rumored player as they pertains to the Cardinals' needs.

 

Oakland A's: Predicting What Oakland'S Starting Lineup Will Look Like Next Year

Even as the Oakland A's fight for their second consecutive American West League Championship over the last six weeks of the Major League Baseball season, there is a truth that should hearten fans in the East Bay and everywhere else: This team is built to last. They are young and—although inconsistent at times—this team's core is full of talent. 

Oakland A's: History Dictates That It Is Far Too Early to Panic over 2013 Start

After their first 40 games, the Oakland A's are 20-20 in the 2013 season.

Remember 2012? The A's started 20-20 as well. In 2006, The A's—led by Frank Thomas—rode a five-game winning streak to get to 21-19 after 40 games. 

Oakland Athletics: Breaking Down the Mess That Is the Infield

While the Oakland A's had a successful season by all means in 2012, the infield is bound to be a lot better in 2013. 

The A's went out and got Hiroyuki Nakajima and Jed Lowrie, and they will return formerly injured Scott Sizemore in 2013. Brandon Moss hit .291 in 2012, and Donaldson hit .284 in his last 225 at-bats (for the regular season). Sizemore doesn't have too much on his resume, but he is a talented player who may start at second base.

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