Major League Baseball and Japanese baseball officials could reach deal on new posting system soon. Both sides have been negotiating a deal this past week in New York.
The Minnesota Twins were the only active team over the holiday weekend, they signed starter Phil Hughes to a three-year, $24 million deal on Saturday. They also signed free-agent pitcher Ricky Nolasco earlier this week.
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