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    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals have hired former batting champion Bill Mueller as assistant hitting coach.

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    CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs have acquired second baseman Tommy La Stella in a trade with the Atlanta Braves for reliever Arodys Vizcaino.

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    With Giancarlo Stanton set to ink a record-breaking 13-year, $325 million contract extension with the Miami Marlins, it’s only logical to wonder two things. 1. Can Stanton ultimately live up to the deal? 2. Who’s in line for baseball’s next mega, perhaps even recording-breaking, contract? The first question will take many years to answer. Stanton also has an opportunity to opt-out following the 2019 season if he feels his value has increased, or just as likely if he doesn’t like the direction of the franchise. Until then, we’re really just talking about a six-year deal, but the record money attached is eye-opening. The second question might take awhile to sort out as well, though with Stanton now crossing the $300 million mark, agents everywhere are no doubt taking notes as they wildly punch numbers into their calculators. Looking around the baseball landscape though, you’ll find that many of the players in or around Stanton’s age and skill level are already locked in to long term deals at an amount notably less than Stanton’s guaranteed total. In January, National League Cy Young and MVP Clayton Kershaw got paid, inking a monster seven-year, $215 million with the Los Angeles Dodgers . That’s a lot of money, obviously. In fact, he became baseball’s first player to earn $30 million annually, but it didn’t exceed $300 million mark like many were expecting.  The other MVP, Mike Trout, signed a six-year, $144.5 million extension with the Los Angeles Angels in March . A relative bargain given his advanced skills, though still nearly equal to Stanton’s $25 million annual salary. At 24, the good news for Trout is that he’ll likely cash in again when he’s 30, and perhaps by then we’ll be talking $400 million.  It won’t be them, and it won’t be someone from this year’s free-agent class. Though filled with big names, this class doesn’t compare to 2013′s and it certainly doesn’t boast a $300 million player. Yahoo Sports’ Jeff Passan has right-hander Max Scherzer rated No. 1 in his Ultimate Free-Agent Tracker . At age 30, Scherzer is seeking a $200 million deal that in its own right may be difficult to find.  That leaves us looking toward the future to seek out our next potential record-breaker. The list of realistic options is a short one, but some interesting names do appear. Especially out east. Here’s a quick look at some of the possibilities. * * *

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    One of baseball’s oldest and greatest rivalries will take center stage in MLB’s standalone Sunday night opener on April 5. And no, we’re not talking about Yankees/Red Sox or Dodgers/Giants for a change. The back-to-back NL Central champion St. Louis Cardinals are scheduled to travel north to take on the Chicago Cubs in what will be a historic night at Wrigley Field. For the first time in the ballpark’s 100-year history, the Cubs will play their home opener at night . For a standalone opener, that historical note may not seem like enough to justify this game choice. In the past, this ESPN exclusive broadcast usually features the defending World Series champions like the San Francisco Giants, or the league’s buzziest team, like the Los Angeles Dodgers last season. Well, don’t look now, but the Cubs are quickly moving into the latter territory with Joe Maddon on board and a roster rebuild that will likely be accelerated this winter. Throw in the Cardinals, the one rival Chicago is always chasing but rarely catches, and you have an interesting baseball storyline in place for opening night. But it’s far from the only interesting storyline. The Sunday opener will be a national showcase for Wrigley Field after an offseason of construction and renovations. They’re only in phase one of a four-phase plan, but there will be plenty to see with expanded and restored bleachers in left and right field, new outfield group terraces, and two new video boards. It also gives us a new angle to follow during the offseason: Who will Chicago acquire to oppose St. Louis ace Adam Wainwright under those bright lights? Nothing against Jake Arrieta, who had a remarkable season in 2014. But a big name with a big contract and reputation is likely coming via trade or free agency. Be it Jon Lester, Jordan Zimmermann, or someone not yet on the radar Also, there’s at least a chance Chicago’s latest phenom, infielder Kris Bryant, could make his major-league debut here, nearly completing Chicago’s puzzle of elite prospects. If so, we have all the ingredients for a very fun night under the lights on the north side. 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

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    In his first trade as Arizona Diamondbacks general manager, Dave Stewart not surprisingly targeted and landed a starting pitcher, acquiring right-hander Jeremy Hellickson from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor-league prospects  Justin Williams and Andrew Velazquez. Chris Cotillo of SB Nation and MLB Daily Dish reported talks were on-going on Friday evening . Within minutes, CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman confirmed the deal was done . Hellickson, 27, underwent elbow surgery on Jan. 30 that ended up keeping him out of Tampa Bay’s rotation until July. After his return, he was never able to get on track, going just 1-5 with a 4.52 ERA over 13 starts. Hellickson was previously named American League Rookie of the Year in 2011 after posting 13 wins and a 2.95 ERA in 189 innings. His sophomore season was just as good. In 31 starts, he was 10-11 with a 3.10 ERA, while winning a Gold Glove.  It’s with his first two seasons in mind that Hellickson was reportedly targeted by several teams. Many are forecasting a bounce back campaign in 2015, and Dave Stewart was at the top of that list.   #Dbacks RHP Hellickson will move into the No. 2 or No. 3 spot in the rotation, GM Dave Stewart said. Still interested in Billingsley — Jack Magruder (@JackMagruder) November 15, 2014 Good health would certainly help, but there might be another big area of concern with Hellickson moving to Arizona. Traditionally, he’s a fly ball pitcher — he allowed fly balls to 40.9 percent of the batters he faced last season — with high home run totals — 21, 24, and 25 allowed in his three full seasons. The move to hitter-friendly Chase Field — the second highest scoring ballpark in 2014 with he sixth most home runs — doesn’t seem to suit his strengths.  In his favor, of course, is that he’ll no longer have to contend with the American League East and those hitter-friendly ballparks either. Just don’t tell him about Coors Field until you have to, D-Backs.  As for the Rays, this is the second established starter they’ve traded over the last four months. David Price was shipped to the Detroit Tigers in a five-player deal that included the Seattle Mariners just ahead of the July 31 trade deadline. On the surface, these deals might signal that a real rebuild is taking place, especially after Joe Maddon left to manage the Chicago Cubs. But really, it’s just the Rays being the Rays. They’re always looking to deal depth to acquire younger, cheaper depth. With Chris Archer, Alex Cobb, Alex Colome, Jake Odorizzi and Drew Smyly all healthy and due back, not to mention Matt Moore expected back from Tommy John surgery early in the season, they can still field a competitive major league rotation even without Price and Hellickson. Here, they’ve landed 19-year-old outfielder Justin Williams, who was a second round pick in 2013. He  hit .351/.403/.467 with four home runs and 46 RBI  at Single-A South Bend  . Also coming over is 20-year-old shortstop Andrew  Velazquez. He hit .290/.367/.428 with nine home runs and 15 RBI at South Bend and was a  seventh round selection in 2012.  Both players were expected to land just inside the Diamondbacks top 10 prospects for 2015.  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

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    EASLEY, S.C. (AP) — Alvin Dark, a player and manager on World Series champions who sparked perhaps the most famous rally in baseball history, died Thursday. He was 92.

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    One of the reporters at the Monday afternoon press conference introducing Joe Maddon as the new Chicago Cubs manager asked him, “Do you have any idea what the hell you’ve gotten yourself into?” It was Chicago radio/TV guy David Kaplan , citing the Cubs’ 106-year World Series drought. And that’s just part of what Maddon faces in his new gig. By leaving Tampa for Chicago , he now has both big-market and big-money expectations. When you’re the conductor of baseball’s version of The Little Engine That Could, the expectations are significantly lower than when you get a five-year, $25 million contract to revive The Famous Franchise That Couldn’t. Maddon, though, didn’t flinch in his response.  “I love it,” he said. “The challenge is so outstanding, how could you not want to be in this seat? “This is a once in 107-year opportunity.”

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    The ivy has once again disappeared from the walls at Wrigley Field this November. As a matter of fact, there are barely any walls still standing at the historic ballpark as the Chicago Cubs begin phase one of a $575 million renovation. However, the Wrigley Field ivy remains prominent in at least one unique spot: On the shoes of top prospect Kris Bryant. From my phone to my hands. Check out the #miZXFLUX app by Adidas. Wrigley Field ivy on my shoes! @adidasoriginals pic.twitter.com/4cCmabkiUc — Kris Bryant (@KrisBryant_23) November 12, 2014 That’s one pretty awesome way to acknowledge the historic ambiance of what will soon be Bryant’s home ballpark.  As seen and noted in the tweet, the shoes are a custom creation of Bryant’s courtesy of the Adidas Originals #miZXFLUX app. Something tells us it won’t be the last great baseball-related creation we see. You can check out what that’s all about on the Adidas Originals website .  As for Bryant’s future at Wrigley Field, that was a topic of discussion on Wednesday as super-agent Scott Boras again made his point that Bryant should be on the Cubs opening day roster. Boras started trumpeting the cause in July . Now, with the Cubs seemingly poised to spend and contend with new manager Joe Maddon in the fold, Boras sees no reasons why Bryant isn’t the best option to start at third base immediately in April.  From Redeye Chicago:   “Certainly they’ve made the statement,” he said. “‘We’re going to win a division’ is what I heard. And I know a guy that has 42 reasons why he can help you do that.” Boras was referring to Cubs prospect Kris Bryant, who actually hit 43 home runs while earning Minor League Player of the Year honors. Coincidentally, Bryant is Boras’ client. Boras also added. “If any fan base in Chicago deserves a now and not a tomorrow, I’d say it’s the Chicago Cubs, and they said they’re going to do it.” Bryant’s time is coming, there’s no way around that. Though they might prefer holding him back until June for financial purposes, the Cubs will likely give him an opportunity to turn heads and force a tough decision in spring training. Chances are that’s all Bryant will need, and with these wild shoes serving as extra motivation, we can’t see anyone other than Bryant manning the hot corner on opening day.  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

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