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Major League Baseball’s winter GM Meetings have wrapped up, leaving 30 general managers set to start their off-season renovations. TSN.ca looks at the day’s hottest rumours as free agent season gets off the ground. Cueto to Go? The Cincinnati Reds had a disappointing 2014 season and need to improve offensively if they hope to compete in 2015. With a strong starting rotation in hand and some top pitching prospects in the pipeline, the Reds might be in line to trade ace Johnny Cueto. According to ESPNs Mike Petriello, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox may be potential suitors for Cueto due to their need for starting pitching and their outfield depth. Cueto, who is entering the final year of his contract which pays him $10 million per season, would likely command a package north of $150 million, writes John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Fay also states that even though Cueto may be a great trade chip, the chances of dealing him are close to zero as the Reds are still looking to compete next season. Cueto posted a 20-9 record with a 2.25 earned run average and 242 strikeouts with the Reds last season. Calling for Cole The Philadelphia Phillies are finally looking to rebuild and the first move might be to deal ace Cole Hamels. The lefty has four years remaining on his contract which pays him $22.5 million per year. The one caveat is Hamels has a list of 20 teams on his no-trade list, limiting the Phillies overall options. ESPNs Jim Bowden feels there are four teams who match up the best with Philadelphia including the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox. Hamels registered a 9-9 record with a 2.46 earned run average and 198 strikeouts with the Phillies this past season. Miller on the Rise After a post-season where relief pitchers were critical to team success, the market for free agent relievers is rising in value. One of the top free agent bullpen arms this off-season is Andrew Miller, who is looking for an average annual value that is astounding, said a source to Jason Mastrodonato of MassLive.com. The Boston Red Sox would love to re-acquire the lefty who is seeking at least a four-year deal. Miller had a record of 5-5, an earned run average of 2.02 and 103 strikeouts in 62.1 innings last season with the Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles. Cheap Old Skool Vans . Hes coming back to fulfil them. One of Europes top coaches, Blatt was hired Friday by the Cavaliers, who ended a sweeping, 39-day search with an out-of-the-box selection they hope changes their fortunes. Cheap Old Skool Vans For Sale . Williams withdrawal came less than 24 hours after losing in the final Auckland WTA tournament final. "I dont believe she has an injury," Hobart tournament director Mark Handley said. http://www.cheapoldskool.net/ . The Thornhill, Ont., native, who is ranked 11th in the world, said hed hoped he would be ready when Canada begins its World Group first-round tie against Japan in Tokyo on Friday. Old Skool Vans Wholesale . Bale has had a successful debut season in Spain, and Ancelotti appears ready to reward him with a starting role on Saturday. Ancelotti says "Gareth had some problems at the beginning (of the season) but when he found good physical condition he scored a lot of goals, he had a good impact on the team. Old Skool Vans China . The Mets made the announcement Sunday night. Parnell blew a save on opening day against Washington and the next day it was revealed he had partially torn right elbow ligament.Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur didnt mince words about the performance - or lack thereof - of certain Montreal players despite the teams lengthy postseason run. In an interview with La Presse this week, the five-time Stanley Cup champion and three-time NHL scoring leader specifically took aim at wingers Thomas Vanek and Max Pacioretty, saying they cant show up in a 7-4 win over the New York Rangers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final and come up empty in Game 6. "Guys like Vanek and Pacioretty, you cant keep that on your team," he told the Montreal newspaper. "They should remain at homee if theyre not willing to pay the price.dddddddddddd Your team will never win with players like that who fade when theres adversity." Pacioretty, 25, tallied 60 points in 73 regular season games with the Canadiens, including a career-high 39 goals. He registered five goals and 11 points in 17 playoff games. Pacioretty is signed for five more seasons with a $4.5 million cap hit. Vanek, who was acquired by the Canadiens at the trade deadline and becomes an unrestricted free agent on July 1, scored five goals and 10 points in 17 postseason games. Files from La Presse were used for this report. ' ' '

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