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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins starting rotation has been the biggest reason the franchise has plummeted to the big league basement with four straight seasons of at least 92 losses.

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    By reportedly agreeing to splashy deals with Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, Boston flexes the financial muscle most teams don’t possess.

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    Thanks to our iPhones and Apple’s FaceTime feature, many parents have stories about being able to see their kids when they might not otherwise get the chance. Say, on business trips or during long nights at the office. Evan Longoria, the Tampa Bay Rays third baseman, has a story to beat ‘em all. He watched the birth of his son , Nash Harrison Longoria, via FaceTime, while he represents MLB in the Japan Series. Longoria knew there was a chance he might be in Japan when his fiancée  Jamie Edmondson — an ex-NFL cheerleader, Playboy model and “Amazing Race” competitor — went into labor with their second child. She texted Longoria when she did, from a hospital room in Arizona. And Longoria watched from the Tokyo Dome, meeting his son for the first time. Longoria told MLB.com’s Anthony DiComo : “I got to see it all on FaceTime. It was a pretty cool moment.” I love this photo so much showing Evan’s face when I got to tell him it was a boy…so awesome sharing the surprise! pic.twitter.com/gWd8IHXKXu — jaime edmondson (@jaimeedmondson) November 16, 2014 Evan, Elle &I welcome with love…Nash Harrison Longoria…6.7lbs, 20 inches, born 11/15 @ 4:33am @Evan3Longoria pic.twitter.com/kqKcb8dGPc — jaime edmondson (@jaimeedmondson) November 16, 2014 Longoria homered on Sunday, in Game 4 of the series, which MLB won after dropping the first three. Longoria says he plans to stay with the team until the series ends Thursday, but he’ll be happy to get back home and see his new and improved family. “I’ve been kind of keeping an eye on the phone pretty much the whole time I’ve been here,” Longoria said. “Now it’s a little bit of a relief that she made it through healthy and that the baby is healthy. But at the same time, I’m looking forward to getting back, seeing him and seeing her, and my daughter as well. I miss them.” As all parents know, FaceTime is great, but it’s not the same as being there. More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mike Oz is an editor for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at mikeozstew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @MikeOz

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    The Chicago Cubs, trying to end a World Series drought stretching more than a century, formally introduced new manager Joe Maddon on Monday. Maddon, who guided the Tampa Bay Rays to four playoff appearances and the 2008 American League pennant over the past seven seasons, inked a five-year contract with the Cubs. The Cubs leapt to obtain Maddon’s services after the two-time American League Manager of the Year opted out of his contract with the Rays on October 24. They sacked manager Rick Renteria, despite the fact that the Cubs showed improvement in Renteria’s lone season as manager, posting a 73-89 record in 2014 after winning just 66 and 61 games the two prior years.

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    Scott Boras, baseball’s most famous and infamous super agent, usually makes news by being outspoken about his client’s performance and his issues with Major League Baseball. Now, in a different spin, it’s his alleged words behind closed doors that are causing a major stir and could land him in hot water. According to an exclusive Newsday report, Biogenesis founder Anthony Bosch told federal investigators earlier this year that Boras arranged a meeting after client Manny Ramirez tested positive for banned substances in 2009. His agenda, according to two of Newsday’s sources, was to request Bosch’s help in fabricating medical records and concocting a cover up story to explain why Ramirez failed his test. From the Newsday report: Boras, according to Bosch, came up with an explanation for the failed test that involved Ramirez accidentally using an elderly uncle’s testosterone cream because he thought it was aftershave. According to the sources, Bosch made the claims while being debriefed by the Drug Enforcement Agency. The sources said Bosch’s accusations were recorded in reports filed with evidence in the federal criminal case against Bosch and others linked to Biogenesis, a South Florida anti-aging clinic that provided performance-enhancing drugs to numerous baseball players It’s noted that Bosch claimed neither he or his father,  Dr. Pedro Bosch, a licensed Miami doctor who was listed as the prescribing doctor for Ramirez, kept charts on his clients, but that Boras asked him to create a chart for Ramirez that would list the women’s fertility drug human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG, as a prescribed medication. Of course, hCG is also on baseball’s list of banned substances, so there was nothing to be gained by its inclusion. Bosch indicates that Boras wasn’t aware of hCG’s status as a banned substance, which might seem a little out of character for an agent so fixated on details.  It’s not immediately clear if Boras would face discipline for his alleged role in the Ramirez situation. Alex Rodriguez, Boras’ most famous client, has been the poster boy for the entire Biogenesis scandal, yet this would be the first time Boras himself has been dragged into the eye of the storm.  Boras, for his part, has gone as far as denying he’s ever even met or directly communicated with Bosch.   Scott Boras on allegations of covering up Manny Ramirez PED use: “I have never met Tony Bosch. I have never talked to Tony Bosch.” — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 15, 2014 Here is Boras’ full statement released on Friday: I have never met Tony Bosch. I have never talked to Tony Bosch. I have never been to his office or conducted any meetings with him. In 2009, we received notice of a positive drug test for Manny Ramirez. It was while investigating that matter we learned about Tony Bosch for the first time. We were told he was a doctor treating Ramirez. One of our staff attorneys reached out to Bosch to obtain his medical records, like we would with any doctor. There was no litigation in this matter, or statements taken from anyone in our office. The player was represented by the MLBPA, and hired independent counsel to aid in his defense. MLB and the MLBPA then worked out a settlement. We were not a party to those negotiations. Anyone curious about the counsel we gave our client should examine the statement that Ramirez gave the media following his settlement. Ramirez admitted use, and did not offer a legal defense. Furthermore, I was not personally called or emailed about these allegations. Newsday chose to publish this story without any direction communication with me. Well, we’re officially off and running now in the latest Biogenesis subplot. We’re sure there will be more to come on this in the days and weeks ahead.   As for Ramirez, though he hasn’t officially retired, he hasn’t played in the major leagues since his five-game stint with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011. He served as a player/coach for the Chicago Cubs Triple-A team in Iowa this past season.  More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

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    In his first trade as Arizona Diamondbacks general manager, Dave Stewart not surprisingly targeted and landed a starting pitcher, acquiring right-hander Jeremy Hellickson from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor-league prospects  Justin Williams and Andrew Velazquez. Chris Cotillo of SB Nation and MLB Daily Dish reported talks were on-going on Friday evening . Within minutes, CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman confirmed the deal was done . Hellickson, 27, underwent elbow surgery on Jan. 30 that ended up keeping him out of Tampa Bay’s rotation until July. After his return, he was never able to get on track, going just 1-5 with a 4.52 ERA over 13 starts. Hellickson was previously named American League Rookie of the Year in 2011 after posting 13 wins and a 2.95 ERA in 189 innings. His sophomore season was just as good. In 31 starts, he was 10-11 with a 3.10 ERA, while winning a Gold Glove.  It’s with his first two seasons in mind that Hellickson was reportedly targeted by several teams. Many are forecasting a bounce back campaign in 2015, and Dave Stewart was at the top of that list.   #Dbacks RHP Hellickson will move into the No. 2 or No. 3 spot in the rotation, GM Dave Stewart said. Still interested in Billingsley — Jack Magruder (@JackMagruder) November 15, 2014 Good health would certainly help, but there might be another big area of concern with Hellickson moving to Arizona. Traditionally, he’s a fly ball pitcher — he allowed fly balls to 40.9 percent of the batters he faced last season — with high home run totals — 21, 24, and 25 allowed in his three full seasons. The move to hitter-friendly Chase Field — the second highest scoring ballpark in 2014 with he sixth most home runs — doesn’t seem to suit his strengths.  In his favor, of course, is that he’ll no longer have to contend with the American League East and those hitter-friendly ballparks either. Just don’t tell him about Coors Field until you have to, D-Backs.  As for the Rays, this is the second established starter they’ve traded over the last four months. David Price was shipped to the Detroit Tigers in a five-player deal that included the Seattle Mariners just ahead of the July 31 trade deadline. On the surface, these deals might signal that a real rebuild is taking place, especially after Joe Maddon left to manage the Chicago Cubs. But really, it’s just the Rays being the Rays. They’re always looking to deal depth to acquire younger, cheaper depth. With Chris Archer, Alex Cobb, Alex Colome, Jake Odorizzi and Drew Smyly all healthy and due back, not to mention Matt Moore expected back from Tommy John surgery early in the season, they can still field a competitive major league rotation even without Price and Hellickson. Here, they’ve landed 19-year-old outfielder Justin Williams, who was a second round pick in 2013. He  hit .351/.403/.467 with four home runs and 46 RBI  at Single-A South Bend  . Also coming over is 20-year-old shortstop Andrew  Velazquez. He hit .290/.367/.428 with nine home runs and 15 RBI at South Bend and was a  seventh round selection in 2012.  Both players were expected to land just inside the Diamondbacks top 10 prospects for 2015.  More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

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    PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired right-hander Jeremy Hellickson from the Tampa Bay Rays.

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