MLB Trade Rumors Updated

Posted: Nov 20 2013, 1:22am CST | by , Updated: Nov 20 2013, 1:35am CST, in Also on the Geek Mind


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MLB Trade Rumors Updated
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The MLB Trade Rumors are swirling again as teams sign new players.

Our Sport News site Sport Balla is keeping track of the latest MLB Trades in the offseason. Sport Balla reports that the Colorado Rockies reached a one-year deal with closer LaTroy Hawkins on Tuesday for $2.5 million. The latest news is that Mets and Jay-Z met to discuss Robinson Cano.

There will be much more happening as MLB Trade Rumors go wild. The Bleacher Report has a Top 10 list of the biggest stars that are available on the trade market right now. If you really want to dive in the MLB Trade rumors Bleacher has a guide to the MLB offseason rumor mill.

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