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Giants name Kapler manager to replace Bochy
The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday that they've hired Gabe Kapler as their new manager. Kapler replaces Bruce Bochy, who retired after the season.[read more]

Olney: MLB shouldn't expect much from Astros investigating their own cheating
Houston's attempts to gain extra advantages isn't a recent development, but MLB has failed to police the issue.[read more]

Cards' Shildt edges Counsell as top NL manager
In his first full season at the helm, Mike Shildt led St. Louis to the National League Central crown, and on Tuesday, he was named the league's manager of the year, edging Milwaukee's Craig Counsell.[read more]

Angels hire La Russa as adviser for baseball ops
Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Tony La Russa will assist in all areas, including evaluations of players and minor-league development.[read more]

What you need to know amid Astros sign-stealing accusations
From what the Astros are said to have done to whether it did them any good, a look at Houston's latest controversy.[read more]

Twins' Baldelli named AL top manager in first year
Twins skipper Rocco Baldelli, 38, narrowly beat out the Yankees' Aaron Boone to win the AL Manager of the Year award in his first season on the job.[read more]

Ex-Astros pitcher: Team stole signs with camera
Former Astros pitcher Mike Fiers told The Athletic that the team used a camera in center field to help steal signs.[read more]

MLB Awards Week: Baldelli, Shildt honored as top managers of 2019
Here's what you need to know as baseball's best performers of the season are honored, including analysis of the results.[read more]

Cardinals bring back Wainwright on 1-year deal
Free-agent pitcher Adam Wainwright, who is coming off his best season since 2014, will be back for a 15th season with the Cardinals after agreeing to a one-year deal.[read more]

NL Central offseason preview: Cards, Cubs, Brewers all need refresh
St. Louis needs more pop despite adding Paul Goldschmidt, Chicago gets a new direction with David Ross and Milwaukee needs to bolster its rotation.[read more]