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Athletes join in on the 'Baby Yoda' meme frenzy
To iconic meme status Baby Yoda ascended has. The collective Internet has been going wild over the lovable Disney+ character and the sports world is no exception.[read more]

Sources: Pineda, Twins agree to 2-year contract
Right-hander Michael Pineda, whose 60-game suspension for using a banned substance will carry over into the 2020 season, is returning to the Twins. The sides have agreed to a two-year, $20 million contract, sources tell ESPN.[read more]

Sources: Yankees make signing Cole top priority
Signing Gerrit Cole is the top priority for the Yankees this offseason, and they have approval to offer him a record-setting deal, sources tell ESPN.[read more]

Law: In NL East arms race, Phillies spend big on Zack Wheeler
Philadelphia handed out $118 million for a pitcher who could help catch the Braves.[read more]

Why Zack Wheeler could be the next Gerrit Cole
A good pitcher with elite upside? Sounds familiar. Here's why the new Phillies starter might be this offseason's biggest score.[read more]

2 Korean players made available to MLB teams
Kwang-Hyun Kim and Jae-Hwan Kim, two 31-year-old players from the South Korean League, have been posted by their clubs and made available to major league teams.[read more]

Astros trade OF Marinsick to Mets for 2 prospects
Jake Marisnick, an outfield defensive replacement who hit .233 with 10 home runs and 34 RBIs for the Astros last season, has been traded to the Mets for prospects Blake Taylor and Kenedy Corona.[read more]

Brewers fill need at catcher, acquire Narvaez
The Brewers filled their need at catcher Thursday by trading for Omar Narvaez with the Mariners on Thursday for a prospect and a competitive balance draft pick.[read more]

M-E-T-$: Impending sale could unleash a new big-money, big-market power
The Wilpons care about winning, but Steve Cohen has more money to spend. A LOT more money.[read more]

Wilpons in talks to sell controlling stake in Mets
Steve Cohen, a billionaire hedge fund manager who owns 4% of the New York Mets, is negotiating an agreement to acquire up to 80% of the team.[read more]