INDIANAPOLIS -- It's one of baseball's most time-honored annual rituals, right up there with Opening Day and Alex Cintron's first designated-for-assignment transaction. And it happened again Thursday.
It's the sight of two dozen general managers sprinting, at Carl Crawford speed, toward the door to get the heck out of another arduous edition of baseball's winter meetings.
At least in most years, a bunch of them stampede toward the airport knowing that they actually accomplished something. ...
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