GM meetings stoke Hot Stove
But not all is lost. Baseball officials discussed a number of pertinent issues, and will continue to talk about deals and meet with agents until they check out of their $455-a-night rooms and go home. As everyone pointed out, Key Biscayne simply laid the foundation for an active Hot Stove experience at the winter meetings in Anaheim in December.
Before the meetings broke, Baseball Insider trolled the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton and surveyed 15 executives on five issues sure to make news this winter. Here are the topics and their responses:
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