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Mets trade with Angels for international cap room

The Mets dealt two low-level minor leaguers to the Angels for "an international signing bonus allotment." What does that mean? Good question!

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In 1986, the New York Mets made the Big Apple turn all of their attention to Shea Stadium through their sheer talent, fun-loving attitude and swagger. This rare combination catapulted them to a World Series Championship and allowed them to "Make the Dream Work".

Sox sign international FA Devers

Boston signed the player they've been targeting for months, but still have plenty of money to work with.

Cherington watches Cuban RHP Gonzalez showcase

It doesn't mean they'll get him, but it does mean the Red Sox are very interested.


Would a #1 SP be the key to a World Championship for the A's?

I doubt I can say anything new, but it bears recapping the likely way to get to a true A's Championship Team. Barring either a random superstar occurrence among MiLB A's players, or a potential...

Royals Net Top International Prospect Elier Hernandez

The Royals have made a splash on the international market.

2010 International Signings Roundup

2010 International Signings Roundup. Millions of dollars are spent in the international marker each season. These are the top 20 prospects signed in 2010.

International Signing: Rougned Odor

International Signing: Rougned Odor. The Rangers signed Venezuelan SS Odor with the hopes of finding another international gem.

Seattle Mariners sign Domincan Peguero for $2.9 Million

Seattle Mariners sign Domincan Peguero for $2.9 Million. They continue to invest wisely in the international market.

A New Direction for MLB Bonus Baby

MLB Bonus Baby is a community obsessed with the MLB Draft. Please join me as I take the blog in a new direction.

Are the Tigers Getting in Line for Aroldis Chapman?

SI.com's Melissa Segura reports that the Detroit Tigers are joining the list of teams interested in signing 21-year-old Cuban pitcher Aroldis Chapman. Chapman defected in July, and has been clocked at 102 m.p.h.

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