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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

VIDEO: Yankees GM Brian Cashman addresses the report that the Astros used a center-field camera to help steal signs during their 2017 championship season.

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Angels have hired Tony La Russa to their front office. His title: senior advisor to baseball operations, which will be a wide-ranging role. La Russa obviously has a history with Albert Pujols, but Angels GM Billy Eppler said he and La Russa have talked about working together for years.

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MLB Network is airing the Black Sox scandal of the Baseball documentary. Is that on purpose?

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Tampa Bay Rays GM Erik Neander was named the Executive of the Year for the 2019 season. The runner-up for the 2019 honor was Brian Cashman of the New York Yankees.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Brian Cashman said starting pitching is a priority for the Yankees this off-season. Here's what he said about Stephen Strasburg and Gerrit Cole: "Of course, we're going to talk to Strasburg; we'll talk to Cole. We'll talk to the higher-end guys, and we'll also talk about some surprise guys. Obviously, great talented players that have earned so many accolades along the way, and for good reason. They are some of the premier pitchers the game has seen at this time, so it's a good time to be them."

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

On Day 1 of the GM Meetings, Cubs Pres Theo Epstein reiterated how the timing of his controllable players is likely to lead to changes: “This was coming. It's not like it was going to be one generation of players and that's it. We knew, when a lot of our best players were cost controlled, those were the years we could squeeze the most amount of talent on the roster, and there would be difficult decisions and change ahead at some point. We're just rapidly approaching that time, that's all.”

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

"I'm not going to comment on what our payroll plans are at this point." –Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen when asked about the luxury tax threshold.