Charlie Morton
Pirates activate Charlie Morton from 60-day disabled list
Charlie Morton, SP, PIT
10:23 AM
News: The Pirates activated pitcher Charlie Morton from the 60-day disabled list Saturday. Morton underwent hip surgery in late September after dealing with a sports hernia and could be a candidate to go back on the disabled list in the spring.

Mario Hollands
Phillies activate Mario Hollands from 60-day disabled list
Mario Hollands, RP, PHI
10:05 AM
News: The Phillies have activated pitcher Mario Hollands from the 60-day disabled list.

Hollands suffered an elbow injury in early September and was ruled out for the season, but it was determined he didn't require surgery on his Game 2 flexor strain. He delivered a 4.40 ERA in 50 appearances in 2014.


Cliff Lee
Phillies activate Cliff Lee from 60-day disabled list
Cliff Lee, SP, PHI
10:03 AM
News: The Phillies have activated pitcher Cliff Lee from the 60-day disabled list. Lee is expected to begin a full throwing program in November and is on track to be ready for spring training.

Taylor Jordan
Nationals pitcher Taylor Jordan underwent elbow surgery
Taylor Jordan, SP, WAS
News: Nationals pitcher Taylor Jordan underwent elbow surgery in September, according to The Washington Post

Jordan is expected to be fully healed by spring training. Jordan struggled through the season, posting a 5.61 ERA over 25 2/3 innings in the majors. He underwent at least one MRI on his elbow during the season. 


Jackson Williams
C Jackson Williams hooks up with Angels
Jackson Williams, C, COL
News: The Angels have signed catcher and former top prospect Jackson Williams. The 28-year-old Williams finally reached the majors in late August and earned 13 at-bats with Colorado before undergoing right knee surgery.

Williams was a first-round pick of San Francisco in 2007.


Trevor Bell
Reds pitcher Trevor Bell elects free agency
Trevor Bell, RP, CIN
News: Reds pitcher Trevor Bell has elected to become a free-agent.

Bell pitched just two-thirds of an inning in the majors last season due to elbow inflammation. He'll seek a deal with another club during the offseason.


Josh Johnson
Padres P Josh Johnson finally back to throwing
Josh Johnson, SP, SD
News: Padres right-hander Josh Johnson, whose career has been curtailed by two Tommy John surgeries, played catch last week for the first time since going under the knife in early April.

Johnson, who was sidelined after throwing just 13 innings in spring training, expressed joy over the rather modest accomplishment.

"I'm very excited ... it's been a long time," he told

The Padres hold a $4 million option next year on Johnson, who has not pitched effectively since winning three of four decision for the Marlins in 2011 and compiling a 1.64 ERA.


Troy Tulowitzki
Trading Tulowitzki, Gonzalez would be 'tough pill to swallow' for Rockies
Troy Tulowitzki, SS, COL
News: Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki have been linked trade rumors quite often. New Rockies general manager Jeff Birdich seems against trading Colorado's two superstar players, but he appears willing to listen to offers.

"We are well aware how talented they both are," Birdich told MLB Network Radio Thursday. "Thinking about trading them would be a tough pill to swallow. Though, it would be unwise for us to close our ears or eyes to any trading possibility."


A.J. Burnett
Report: Phillies SP A.J. Burnett likely to return for 17th season
A.J. Burnett, SP, PHI
News: It appears Phillies starting pitcher A.J Burnett will return for a 17th season in the majors in 2015, according to Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Burnett suggested following a rough outing in August that he would "probably" retire, but people close to Burnett believe he will likely pitch next season.

David Wright
David Wright 'optimistic' about Mets' outlook in 2015
David Wright, 3B, NYM
News: Mets third baseman David Wright is pretty optimistic about New York's outlook in 2015, according to

"We're obviously going to look to better the team this offseason, whether it's through trades or free agency," Wright said during an interview with ESPN Radio Wednesday. "We should be ready to roll come spring training because I'm sure expectations are going to be fairly high on us and expectations on ourselves should be high.

"There's a lot of positives looking forward to next year. Obviously I'm optimistic and Mets fans should be optimistic but we have to go out there and prove it now."


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