Arizona Diamondbacks Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Colorado Rockies Detroit Tigers Houston Astros Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Dodgers Miami Marlins Milwaukee Brewers Minnesota Twins New York Mets New York Yankees Oakland Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates San Diego Padres San Francisco Giants Seattle Mariners St. Louis Cardinals Tampa Bay Rays Texas Rangers Toronto Blue Jays Washington Nationals

Browse Articles

Phillies Make Another Deal For Today

Jim Callis -

As the Phillies continue to make up ground in the National League wild-card race, they continue to make deals to help their cause. A week after trading for Jamie Moyer—and a month after seemingly giving up on their season by giving up Bobby Abreu, Cory Lidle and Rheal Cormier—Philadelphia acquired Jeff Conine from the Orioles on Sunday for Triple-A shortstop Angel Chavez. Baltimore also included cash to offset the remainder of Conine's contract.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Angels Organization Report

Bill Shaikin -Premium Content

The Angels appear set at shortstop, with Orlando Cabrera signed through 2008 and Brandon Wood slugging away at Double-A Arkansas. They like Erick Aybar at Triple-A Salt Lake too, although they included him in trade offers for Miguel Tejada and Carlos Lee. But they'll almost certainly add another middle infield prospect to their 40-man roster this fall.

Majors | #2006#Los Angeles Angels#Organization Reports

Going Deep: Jered Weaver

Alan Schwarz -Premium Content

Jered Weaver, two years removed from being named Baseball America's College Player of the Year at Long Beach State, became the first pitcher since Livan Hernandez in 1997 to win his first nine career decisions, posting a 1.95 ERA overall. (This while also going 6-1, 2.10 in two stints at Triple-A Salt Lake.) I sat down with Weaver in New York to talk about his corkscrew delivery, essentially replacing his brother Jeff on the Angels, and feeling like he's living a video game.

Majors | #2006#Column