Marlins starter Jarred Cosart has found himself in the middle of an MLB investigation that was sparked by his Twitter account on Tuesday night.
One day after getting released by the Nationals, 37-year-old veteran reliever Heath Bell has decided to call it a career. The right-hander retired on Tuesday after 11 major league seasons.
Though both the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins had been in talks with Hector Olivera recently, the Cuban infielder has decided to sign instead with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Sometimes a change of scenery can be a good thing, even for a player who spent 15 years in one place and won a World Series and an MVP award along the way.