Hot Rumors Follow Hot Stove as Phillies and Others Try To Improve

Posted: 10th November 2009 by Scott Eisenlohr in MLB
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Less than a week after the New York Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies in six games to win their 27th World Championship, the Hot Stove League has begun in earnest. Even before the general managers meeting in Chicago on Nov. 10-11, trades have been made in the fresh offseason. The Pirates and the Rays made a deal on Nov. 3, with Tampa Bay sending second baseman Akinori Iwamura to Pittsburgh for reliever Jesse Chavez. Two days later, the Marlins traded outfielder Jeremy Hermida to Boston for left-hander Hunter Jones. The next day, the Royals sent infielder-outfielder Mark Teahen to the White Sox for second baseman Chris Getz and third baseman Josh Fields. The Phillies, among other teams, did some internal housekeeping in the past week. They exercised the option of pitcher Cliff Lee for ...

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