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Dodgers CEO: Decision to cut Bauer 'unanimous'
The Dodgers' principal decision-makers were guarded in discussing their release of Trevor Bauer, but said the team "made the right decision."[read more]

Arraez has salary arbitration hearing with Marlins
American League batting champion Luis Arraez went to a salary arbitration hearing Wednesday against the Miami Marlins, who acquired the infielder from the Minnesota Twins last month.[read more]

Sources: M's, utilityman Moore reach 3-year deal
Superutilityman Dylan Moore and the Mariners agreed on a three-year, $8.875 million contract extension Wednesday, sources told ESPN, keeping the multiposition sparkplug in the city where he broke into the big leagues.[read more]

O's nix Camden Yards extension, tout wider deal
The Orioles are not planning to exercise their five-year extension at Camden Yards, according to multiple reports, but say a new partnership with Maryland Gov. Wes Moore would revitalize the Camden Yards sports complex.[read more]

Filing: MLB antitrust exemption should be narrow
The U.S. Justice Department asked a federal appeals court to narrowly consider Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption, a filing made in a case involving four eliminated minor league teams hoping to end the sport's century-old legal protection.[read more]

Mariners beat Castillo to open arbitration rulings
The Mariners defeated Diego Castillo in the first salary arbitration decision this year, and the relief pitcher will get a raise to $2.95 million rather than his request of $3,225,000.[read more]

How to watch the 2023 Caribbean Series on ESPN Deportes and ESPN+
The 65th edition of the Caribbean Series -- starting Thursday in Caracas, Venezuela -- will feature eight teams for the first time in history.[read more]

Kiley McDaniel's top 100 MLB prospects for 2023: Which future star is No. 1?
Here's how baseball's stars of tomorrow stack up today.[read more]

Ex-All-Star Fowler retires after 14 years in MLB
Dexter Fowler, 36, the All-Star center fielder who played for the Colorado Rockies, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, St, Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels, announced he's retiring from MLB after 14 years.[read more]

Blue Jays, RP Green agree on 2-year, $8.5M deal
Free agent reliever Chad Green, a right-hander who pitched last year for the New York Yankees, agreed Tuesday to an $8.5 million, two-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays that includes options for 2025 and 2026.[read more]