Miguel Tejada, disappointed because he wasn't promoted to the majors, has been given a release from his minor league contract by the Baltimore Orioles.
Vladimir Guerrero worked out for Cleveland Indians scouts at the club's academy in the Dominican Republic, sources told ESPNdeportesLosAngeles.com
Cuban slugger Yoenis Cespedes says six MLB teams are interested in signing him.
Former MVP shortstop Miguel Tejada, who was recently released by the San Francisco Giants, said he hopes to keep playing baseball in 2012.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have no plans to drop a manslaughter charge against Baltimore Orioles pitcher Alfredo Simon, city prosecutor Victor Mueses told ESPNdeportes.com Tuesday.
Veteran slugger Vladimir Guerrero agreed to a one-year contract for $8 million with the Orioles.
With less than a month to go before spring training begins, slugger Vladimir Guerrero remains available. But that could change as soon as this weekend.
Miguel Tejada's brother was killed in a motorcycle accident in the Dominican Republic.
The Leo Mazzone Effect didn't happen in 2006, but there's reason to believe that the pitching guru will work his magic this season.
Alfonso Soriano, Carlos Lee and Miguel Tejada could be traded before the deadline despite being All-Star performers.
Sammy Sosa is seriously considering retiring from baseball instead of accepting an offer from the Washington Nationals, a source close to the player told ESPNdeportes.com.
The Washington Nationals and Sammy Sosa have been involved in preliminary discussions for a possible one year agreement.