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    Seth Trachtman analyzes some early WHIP sleepers for the 2015 season.

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    PHOENIX (AP) — Detroit general manager Dave Dombrowski says the Tigers’ top priority is re-signing Victor Martinez now that the slugger is a free agent after declining the team’s qualifying offer.

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    PHOENIX (AP) — Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein says the team is totally fine with Major League Baseball checking into whether there was anything improper about the way it hired new manager Joe Maddon.

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    Though Joe Maddon has moved on after inking a five-year contract to become the Chicago Cubs new manager, he couldn’t walk away from the Tampa Bay community without issuing a heartfelt thank you for its support over the past nine seasons. On Friday, Maddon and his wife, Jaye, did just that, taking out a half-page ad in both the Tampa Times and the Tampa Tribune. Joe Maddon’s half-page ad in today’s Tampa Bay Times. pic.twitter.com/YCBDIqvui4 — Andrew Astleford (@aastleford) November 7, 2014 Here’s Maddon’s ad in the Tampa Tribune. pic.twitter.com/Nxgc9LRqDp — Andrew Astleford (@aastleford) November 7, 2014 The message in both papers reads as follows: From Joe and Jaye Maddon, THANK YOU to the Tampa Bay community for making your home, our home; to everyone who has helped make “Thanksmas” a success and to those who will help us continue to grow it; to the Rays players for your hard work, belief and commitment to creating and maintaining a positive culture that will endure; to the Rays coaching, training, and front office staffs that are second to none; to Stu Sternberg, Matt Silverman, Andrew Friedman and the Rays ownership group for permitting me to grow and evolve as a manager; But most of all… THANK YOU to the Rays fans for their consistent loyalty and energy which allowed me to flourish on a daily basis. Well, It’s not a free drink, as Maddon was offering immediately after his introductory press conference in Chicago, but it’s a classy gesture nonetheless. Before inking his deal with Chicago, it’s reported that Maddon reached out to the Rays one last time with a firm, but under-market value deal to remain their manager. The Rays obviously didn’t bite, but it’s another indication that Maddon was willing to stay with the organzation and wanted to stay in the community he’d called home for nearly a decade.  In Maddon’s nine seasons with the Rays, the team went 754-705. He led them to the postseason four times, including a World Series appearance in 2008. Given the franchise’s circumstances, those results are pretty remarkable. He did the right thing by thanking Rays fans, but Rays fans might owe him an even bigger thank you for helping make the franchise relevant. 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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    By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Having once again failed to reach the World Series with the biggest payroll in Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers have gone ‘Moneyball’ with a progressive, high-tech transformation of their front office. ‘The Boys in Blue’ won the most recent of their six MLB championship titles 26 years ago, prompting club president Stan Kasten to make sweeping changes to the team’s baseball operations department. …

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    The hot stove is merely simmering as we approach the middle portion of November, but we did have some baseball news break on Saturday. According to Sweeny Murti of WFAN in New York, the Yankees have reached a one-year agreement to bring back outfielder Chris Young.    Yankees have a deal to bring back OF Chris Young pending physical. That last month with NYY made strong impression both ways. — Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) November 8, 2014 ESPN’s Buster Olney adds the deal will be worth $2.5 million , plus incentives, which on the surface seems like a pretty nice deal for both sides considering how 2014 started and ended. Especially in Young’s case. Last season was essentially a story of two different Chris Youngs, and amazingly that had nothing to do with the fact that there were two different Chris Youngs playing Major League Baseball. Last November, the outfield version signed a one-year $7.5 million deal with the New York Mets, but found himself in the unemployment line on Aug. 15 after hitting just .205/.283/.346 with eight home runs and 28 RBI in 287 plate appearances. For a little background, Young, now 31, has only topped .250 once in nine big league seasons, so a low batting average comes with the territory. He did, however, hit 116 home runs and stole 102 bases between 2007-2011. That’s the upside the Mets saw when finalizing their deal, but his tenure there looked like a depressing continuation of 2013, where Young hit .200 in 375 plates appearances for the Oakland A’s. To put it mildly, he looked overmatched and overpaid, and given his quick decline offensively, seemed more like a flier for teams in need of outfield depth as opposed to one worthy of a guaranteed contract. 

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    NEW YORK (AP) — After making the most starts behind the plate of any big league catcher in a century, Salvador Perez wants more.

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    The Tampa Bay Rays formally announced their top eight candidates to succeed Joe Maddon as manager on Thursday. Among them were a pair of former big league managers in Manny Acta and Don Wakamatsu , a still active big leaguer in Raul Ibanez, and two in-house candidates in bench coach Dave Martinez and Triple-A manager Charlie Montoyo. Here’s our preliminary group of interview candidates for #Rays manager, shown alphabetically: pic.twitter.com/PeZHb51v6v — Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) November 6, 2014 It’s a well-balanced group that will allow the Rays to stay the course with a familiar face or start anew with someone who might incorporate new philosophies. It’s an interesting and important decision in the midst of a larger transition — general manager Andrew Friedman also moved on to the Los Angeles Dodgers — and it could prove to be a critical decision for the short term and long term future of the organization.  However, if the decision belonged to the face of the franchise, three-time All-Star Evan Longoria, it sounds like there wouldn’t be much of a decision to make. During an appearance on the MLB Network program MLB Now on Friday afternoon, Longoria didn’t hesitate to tab Dave Martinez as the clear choice for the job, citing his familiarity with the situation and perhaps some personal hope that the team does in fact stay the course.  #Rays Longoria, on @MLBNetwork , says Martinez is “kind of the obvious pick” for manager job, but he’s “interested to see the decision.” — Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) November 7, 2014 #Rays Longoria logic: “Seeing that there’s been so much change this offseason already, they might not want to bring in further change.” — Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) November 7, 2014 Last from #Rays Longoria: “(Martinez) would be the guy that could kind of smooth things over … has a feel for what goes on in clubhouse” — Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) November 7, 2014 Martinez has been on the Rays coaching staff since Longoria’s debut back in 2008, so it’s not surprising Longoria would openly lean that direction rather than dodge the question. Martinez is essentially the one constant from a teammate or coaching standpoint Longoria has had throughout, and given the team’s success he sees no real reason to stray from what Maddon and Martinez have established in the clubhouse. If Martinez doesn’t get the job, there’s a chance he too would move on, meaning a whole new regime would take charge. That’s not lost on Longoria, either, and wholesale changes  understandably don’t sound very appealing.  Obviously, Longoria won’t be resistant to whoever is ultimately selected. But he was asked his opinion and there’s really no harm throwing it out there. Who knows, it may hold some weight, too, though chances are the team already has an idea what it wants to do. That process, by the way, reportedly started on Friday as phone interviews  with Ibanez,  Wakamatsu, and  Brewers special assistant Craig Counsell were conducted. No decision is imminent, but it’s a situation we’ll all be watching closely.   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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    The Los Angeles Dodgers put the finishing touches on what many are labeling a front-office dream team on Friday by officially announcing the hiring of former major leaguer Gabe Kapler as the team’s director of player development. Kapler joins new general manager Farhan Zaidi and new senior vice president of baseball operations Josh Byrnes on Andrew Friedman’s revamped staff. Friedman himself was hired on Oct. 14 to serve as the Dodgers president of baseball operations .  Kapler, 39, played 12 seasons in the major leagues with six different teams. After four seasons with the Boston Red Sox, he briefly retired and spent the 2007 season managing Boston’s Single-A affiliate, the Greenville Drive. He returned to play three more seasons in the big leagues in 2008. His final two seasons were spent with the Tampa Bay Rays, and that’s where Kapler first struck up a relationship with Friedman, who was Tampa Bay’s general manager. After failing to make the Dodgers in 2011, Kapler retired for good and went on to serve as a part-time consultant for the Rays. From there he moved into broadcasting as a television analyst for Fox Sports. It was in that role that Kapler’s stock seemingly rose not only as an analyst, but as a talent evaluator and a communicator who could fill a large role within an organization’s front office or clubhouse.  His former Fox Sports colleague, C.J. Nitkowski, echoed those sentiments on Friday .  I couldn’t be more excited for Gabe when I heard the news he was going into the Dodgers front office. I wasn’t surprised at all that he moved into such a prominent position so quickly. His passion, intelligence and drive told me he’d be moving on at some point and without a doubt he is hardly done. I won’t be the least surprised when he is leading an organization as either a GM or field manager. Kapler was rumored to be drawing interest from the Rays to fill their managerial vacancy. However, talks with the Dodgers were already underway. Given the set up and circumstances the Dodgers situation is probably a better fit for Kapler’s transition anyway. It allows him to work alongside someone he’s already familiar with and comfortable working for, and perhaps most importantly join a front office structure that as a whole will embrace sabermetrics and use it as a large part of their overall formula.  It’s no secret that Kapler is a big sabermetrics supporter, as he often implements it into his analysis. He’ll immediately be on the same page with his new co-workers, who all share that belief. With that said, it’s still largely considered an outside-the-box hire considering Kapler’s lack of front office experience. The Dodgers have also drawn criticism from the Los Angeles Times’ Steve Dilbeck for what he basically titled an “attack of the nerds” philosophy. Just about all of Dilbeck’s thoughts were outdated and irrelevant, yet if there is one concern it may be of too many cooks in one kitchen overseeing an operation that’s expected to succeed immediately.     For now, a sound structure is in place and there’s harmony at every turn. But if results don’t follow and impact decisions have to be made, we could see those concerns come to light. If nothing else, the front office overhaul serves as another interesting subplot for a team that already has countless subplots built into its roster.  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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