Stay up to date on all the deals and rumors as the Hot Stove heats up.
The Seattle Mariners added a pair of slugging first baseman-outfielders to go along with Robinson Cano on Wednesday, reaching agreement on a one-year deal with Corey Hart and acquiring Logan Morrison in a trade with the Miami Marlins.
The Kansas City Royals acquired outfielder Norichika Aoki from Milwaukee to be their leadoff hitter Thursday, which also means the Brewers are likely to shift Ryan Braun to right field.
UW BADGER FOOTBALL NEWS
Boston College's Andre Williams has won the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's top running back.
The smiles returned to the faces of the Wisconsin Badgers this week, back on the practice field getting ready for a New Year's Day game far away from the arctic cold gripping the Midwest.
Michigan State and Stanford have been selected for the Rose Bowl's centennial.
(Eds: Updates.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer Isaiah Lewis sprinted toward Wisconsin punter Brad Nortman, arriving a whisker late and diving in front of him.
MILWAUKEE BUCKS NEWS
Milwaukee beat Chicago earlier this week in the season's first matchup between these injury-riddled foes.
With Tim Duncan rediscovering his shot at the same time the Bucks collectively lost theirs, the result was predictable.
While the San Antonio Spurs have mostly had their way against Eastern Conference opponents, the Milwaukee Bucks are still seeking their first win against the West.
John Henson cracked a smile as he headed down the court after his desperate turnaround splashed through the net.
Figuring out how to win in fantsy sports leads down many paths.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DAVE CAMPBELL AP Pro Football Writer Every year in the NFL, examples abound of players in prominent roles in December who were barely noticeable in September.
The Green Bay Packers are still unsure whether the injured Aaron Rodgers will return for his first start in six games.
The FOX NFL Game of the Week preview on the Dallas Cowboys.
UW MENS BASKETBALL
Ben Brust scored 18 points and Frank Kaminsky added 16 as No. 4 Wisconsin remained undefeated with a 78-52 victory over in-state rival Milwaukee on Wednesday night.
Milwaukee coach Rob Jeter said the Panthers were trying to make ''everything happen in one pass, one play'' against No. 4 Wisconsin.
Get to the spot in the lane ahead of the dribbler. Set the feet. Absorb the blow.
(Eds: Updates.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer Get to the spot in the lane ahead of the dribbler. Set the feet. Absorb the blow.