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    Michael Cuddyer brings card tricks, optimism to Mets clubhouse (Big League Stew)

    After finalizing a seven-year, $210 million contract with free agent Max Scherzer, it appears the rest of the NL East will need nothing short of a miracle or perhaps even some magic to overcome the Washington Nationals. With that in mind, it's probably a good thing the New York Mets had already gone out and hired a magician this offseason, signing outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two-year, $21 million deal in November. And no, we're not exclusively referring to Cuddyer's baseball skills, though many times he has looked like a magician at the plate. Especially 2013, when he took home the NL batting crown. He's actually a magician with a wide range of card tricks. It's a unique talent, but it's a talent he's used for years in the clubhouse to keep teammates loose and entertained. On Thursday, Cuddyer spent part of his afternoon sharpening his skills in the Mets clubhouse. Only this time, he had a different audience. The Mets brought in students from PS 92 in Queens, and as you might expect, the kids were quite impressed with Cuddyer's slight of hand. As you also might expect, because this is New York after all, the topic of the day eventually turned to the Mets outlook this season. In this case, Cuddyer didn't attempt to pull the wool over anyone's eyes. He acknowledged the Nationals are the team to beat, but made it known that the Mets will also compete for that position. From MLB.com: "I don't see why we couldn't. Obviously, they're going to have a great staff, there's no question about it. They've got All-Stars on the staff. They've got ERA champions on the staff, strikeout champions on the staff. But at the same time, we've got guys that can compete with that as well. I think the 'Baseball Almanac' would be written a lot differently if you donned a champion in February every year." Admittedly, Cuddyer can't see the future, but he does make good points. Often times the favorites in February are afterthoughts by August. However, the Nationals are a different animal. Their starting rotation is as loaded as we've ever seen in recent years, and should they elect to not immediately trade from that depth, will be equipped to handle absorb some adversity. Where the Mets should make some noise is in the wild-card race, and we don't think that will require magic. Just good health should do the trick. If Cuddyer, David Wright and returning ace Matt Harvey can hold up for 162 games, the Mets will have staying power and an opportunity to reappear in the postseason following an eight-year absence. Actually believing they can do it won't hurt either. BLS H/N: Cut 4 More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

     

    Max Scherzer thanks Tigers fans with full-page ad (Big League Stew)

    After five seasons with the Detroit Tigers, which included four straight postseason appearances and one Cy Young award, Max Scherzer is headed east for the next seven seasons after signing a new seven-year, $210 million contract with the Washington Nationals. It's the end of one chapter and the beginning of another for Scherzer, but before he offcially flips the page and dons his new uniform, he wanted to say a proper good-bye to Detroit. On Sunday, Scherzer did just that, taking out a full-page ad in the Detroit Free Press that thanked the Tigers organization and the fans in Detroit for their support over the years. Max Scherzer thanks the #Tigers and their fans in a full-page ad in today's @freep . pic.twitter.com/5qj1H9gI4G — Freep Sports (@freepsports) January 25, 2015 Scherzer's departure from Detroit had been anticipated since he turned down a substantial extension last March. It was mostly a matter of would Detroit look to trade him during the season for a large return, or let him walk following the season knowing a return was unlikely. General manager Dave Dombrowski opted for the latter, and now both parties will move forward. With that said though, it's often a bittersweet moment when an athlete leaves behind the city where their career took off. That was clearly true for Scherzer as well. Scherzer, who was traded to Detroit from the Arizona Diamondbacks in a major three-team that was headlined by Curtis Granderson going to the New York Yankees, finished his time in Detroit with an 82-35 record and a 3.52 ERA. He earned the Cy Young in 2013 after going 21-3 with a 2.90 ERA. Overall, Scherzer is 91-50 with a 3.58 ERA in 207 major league appearances. He'll turn 31 on July 27. More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813  

     

    Tigers have new look, still expect to contend (The Associated Press)

    Despite making plenty of changes in the offseason, the Detroit Tigers still expect to be a contending team in 2015. Team president and general manager Dave Dombrowski spoke at the team's annual TigerFest event at Comerica Park and addressed those issues. ''Our expectations are to win the division and try to win a world championship,'' Dombrowski said. ''It's just a less-certain club.'' Dombrowski said fans are not sure if shortstop Jose Iglesias and reliever Bruce Rondon can come back from missing time with injuries, if Justin Verlander and Anibal Sanchez can bounce back and what to expect from new pitchers Alfredo Simon and Shane Greene, plus new outfielders Yoenis Cespedes and Anthony Gose.

     

    Reaction to the death of Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks (The Associated Press)

    Reaction to the death Friday night of Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks:

     

    The sports world takes to Twitter to remember 'Mr. Cub', Ernie Banks (Big League Stew)

    Chicago Cubs legend and Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, also known as "Mr. Cub" died Friday at age 83. The sports world immediately took to Twitter to remember the baseball icon. We mourn the passing of Cubs icon and Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. pic.twitter.com/rFMtVQC4J1 — MLB (@MLB) January 24, 2015 " @ABC7Chicago : BREAKING: Cubs legend Ernie Banks, "Mr. Cub," has died." GOD bless the Banks family,friends and loved ones. Much Love. — Deion Sanders (@DeionSanders) January 24, 2015 I'm so sorry to hear the passing of Mr. Ernie Banks!!! What a Special Man!! Always put a smile on my face when seeing him!! #GodBlessYou — Frank Thomas (@TheBigHurt_35) January 24, 2015 Mr. Lets Play 2!! You will be in our Hearts Forever!! — Frank Thomas (@TheBigHurt_35) January 24, 2015 Mr Cub. What you have done for the game of baseball the city of Chicago and everyone you have ever touched will never be forgotten. RIP — Anthony Rizzo (@ARizzo44) January 24, 2015 RIP Mr. Cub — Brett Anderson (@BAnderson_30) January 24, 2015 Let's play two. RIP, Mr. Cub. The game will miss you, Ernie Banks. pic.twitter.com/PRHThc0m0d — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) January 24, 2015 Crushed to learn of passing of MR Cub -ERNIE BANKS - loved his spirit / smile & man could he play / Let's play 2 /thnx 4 the memories RIP — Dick Vitale (@DickieV) January 24, 2015 #Bears send deepest condolences to Chicago Cubs on passing of legendary Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. #MrCub — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) January 24, 2015 RIP Mr. Cub Ernie Banks......thank you for all of your contributions to the game we both love! 🙏 — Jimmy Rollins (@JimmyRollins11) January 24, 2015 Oh man......I just heard the news, @BaseballHall Ernie Banks passed away. He was only 83. One of a kind. True friend and a gentleman @Cubs — Dave Winfield (@DaveWinfieldHOF) January 24, 2015 Ernie Banks... We are going to all miss you. #Legend — Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) January 24, 2015 So saddened to hear about the passing of Ernie Banks, one of the nicest most eternally optimistic men I was fortunate to meet. — Rich Eisen (@richeisen) January 24, 2015  

     

    A's closer Sean Doolittle diagnosed with slight tear in rotator cuff (Big League Stew)

    General managers aren't kidding when they insist teams can never have enough pitching. It's not even February yet, and we've already learned the Oakland A's will be without a key member in their bullpen for the foreseeable future. On Friday, the team announced that All-Star closer Sean Doolittle has a slight tear of the rotator cuff is his left shoulder. Doolittle is also experiencing considerable inflammation in the area, according to MLB.com's Jane Lee , and the team is already preparing to be without him for opening day.  The A's say Doolittle will be reevaluated at a later date before determining the next step. Not expected to be ready by start of season. — Jane Lee (@JaneMLB) January 23, 2015 With that, Billy Beane's recent acquisition of Tyler Clippard takes on new significance. The soon-to-be 30-year-old right-hander has closing experience, notching 32 saves for the Washington Nationals in 2012. And though he's excelled over the past two seasons as a set up man, posting a 2.29 ERA over 147 appearances, he's a natural fit to assume the closer's role again. The timing also suggests Oakland acquired Clippard as insurance, knowing full well that Doolittle may be sidelined.  Joe Stiglich of Comcast Sports Net reported  that Doolittle pitched through similar discomfort last season and aggravated it again when he started his offseason throwing program, which lends more credence to that thought. However, A's assistant general manager David Frost insists that trade was made independent of Doolittle's condition.  Forst says Clippard trade was made independent of Doolittle's condition. But no doubt, adding him bolsters depth given this news #Athletics — Joe Stiglich (@JoeStiglichCSN) January 24, 2015 Either way, it really does set up well for Oakland in the short term, and there remains plenty of optimism that's all the arrangement will need to be.  Doolittle has a small rotator cuff tear, inflammation. He had a platelet-rich plasma injection and will be re-evaluated. — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) January 23, 2015 Asst GM David Forst tells me that doctors do not believe that Doolittle will need surgery; rest and treatment should resolve the issue. — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) January 23, 2015 With question marks all over the starting rotation, a deeper bullpen will be essential in Oakland's bid for a fourth straight postseason appearance. The A's also have experienced arms in  Ryan Cook and Dan Otero to pick up some of the slack, but having a healthy and effective Cliipard-Doolittle combo in the late innings is the set up they obviously desire. And with good reason.  Now, it's a waiting game as the healing process begins, but don't be surprised if an aggressive Billy Beane reemerges should the waiting go on too long.  More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

     
     
     

    Tigers say they weren't shocked by Scherzer's departure (The Associated Press)

    Justin Verlander is doing his best to take Max Scherzer's departure in stride. Yes, the Detroit Tigers will miss Scherzer, one of the game's top right-handers. ''Obviously you don't want to see a teammate go, but you can kind of see it coming too,'' Verlander said Thursday. Now the Tigers will try for a fifth straight AL Central championship with a retooled rotation that also lost Rick Porcello.

     

    Details of Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer's contract (The Associated Press)

    Because of deferred money, pitcher Max Scherzer's $210 million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals has a present-day value of $191.4 million by the calculations of both Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. Scherzer's deal counts as $28,689,376 annually for purposes of baseball's luxury tax, which uses a different methodology.