Rundown of winter meetings happenings
LAS VEGAS -- After four days of $15 Bellagio hamburgers mixed in with blue-haired grannies pumping the slot handles, it's time to pause and take stock of Major League Baseball's 2008 winter meetings. Here's a team-by-team rundown of what the 30 clubs just accomplished, and where they stand moving forward.American League East
True, Edwin Jackson's star dimmed in conjunction with that 7.90 ERA in September. But was outfielder Matt Joyce a sufficient trade return for ...
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• Jayson Stark: Unfinished business
• Jerry Crasnick: Team-by-team roundup
• Keith Law: Ranking the meetings moves
• Winter meetings blog
• Jayson Stark: More free agents coming?
• Jayson Stark: AL East just got better
• Jayson Stark: Peavy-to-Cubs deal dead
• Jerry Crasnick: Baseball economy's OK, right?
• Jayson Stark: Mets with strong pair in 'pen
• Jayson Stark: Because they're the Yankees
• Keith Law: Yanks spend smart money on CC
• Keith Law: Mets' bullpen set up for success
• Jerry Crasnick: Yanks guarantee Burnett 5th year
• Jerry Crasnick: Mets get their ninth-inning man
• Keith Law: K-Rod a safe bet for Mets
• Jerry Crasnick: Maddux's heartfelt goodbye
• BBTN: Winter meetings winners and losers
• BBTN: Manny, Teixeira staying in L.A.?
• Peter Gammons: Mets make a big splash
• Peter Gammons: CC will be fine in New York