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Latest MLB news from www.espn.com
  1. As baseball's front offices write out their offseason shopping lists, we break down which teams are ready to go for it in 2018 -- and which would be better off preparing for the future.
  2. The path is clear for the "Japanese Babe Ruth" to play in the majors in 2018. Here are seven teams that have a chance at securing his talents.
  3. This offseason, a lot of money will be spent on everyday players and starting pitchers. Here are five who could end up with wildly inflated deals.
  4. Boston has lacked a true middle-of-the-order bopper since David Ortiz retired. One man could bring back fireworks to Fenway like no other.
  5. Major League Baseball and the players' union reached an agreement Tuesday on a new posting system that would allow Shohei Ohtani to leave Japan and play in the majors next season, sources confirmed to ESPN.
  6. The Angels are hiring former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus in a special assistant role to general manager Billy Eppler, according to an Orange County Register report.
  7. Turning 13 minor leaguers into free agents for Atlanta's violation of rules on signing foreign talent isn't the end of MLB's new enforcement efforts.
  8. Five minor league pitchers -- three part of the Toronto system -- have been suspended for drug violations. There have been 79 suspensions under the minor league system this year.
  9. Will Venable is leaving the Chicago Cubs' front office to be their first-base coach.
  10. Former Braves general manager John Coppolella was placed on MLB's permanently ineligible list, and the team lost one of its top prospects after committing serious rules violations in the international signing market.