The Orioles declined a $5M option on Hundley for the 2015 season but had interest in bringing him back into the fold at a lesser salary. He hit .243/.273/.358 with six home runs and 22 RBI in 218 at-bats between Baltimore and San Diego in 2014.
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Chris Davis has received approval for a therapeutic-use exemption for Adderall during the 2015 season.
Davis received a 25-game suspension on Sept. 25 for failing a second test for the drug.
He reportedly previously had an exemption, but not in 2014.
The Atlanta Braves will pay Nick Markakis a $2 million signing bonus by Jan. 1 as part of his four-year, $44 million contract.
Markakis will receive annual salaries of $10.5 million under the deal.
The right-fielder spent his first nine big league seasons with the Baltimore Orioles.
The Baltimore Orioles were on the verge of a trade for a starter on Wednesday, but the deal fell through.
Dan Duquette reminded the media that the Orioles aren't likely to make any big splashes.
"Keep in mind who the Orioles are," Duquette said. "We've got an established pitching staff. We've got a strong everyday lineup. We've got to fill a few holes. We're going to look at some options in the major league free-agent market and sign a couple players.
"We'll probably be active in the Rule 5 draft like we have been the last couple years. And we continue to build our team piece-by-piece. How we build our team is, we build it looking at all the options in the market, and we do it year-round."
The New York Yankees and Andrew Miller have agreed to terms on a four-year, $36 million deal.
The 29-year-old pitched for the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles last season.
The Yankees are reportedly prepared to move on from closer David Robertson, unless his price drops.
The Atlanta Braves have agreed to a four-year contract with Nick Markakis, according to a source.
According to sources, the deal could end up being worth $45 million.
The Baltimore Orioles declined their half of the $17.5 million mutual option for the 2015 season on the outfielder's contract, instead paying him a $2 million buyout to make him a free agent.
The Baltimore Orioles are one of at least three teams -- along with the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres -- showing interest in acquiring Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
One person close to the situation said the Orioles have gotten "nowhere" in talks for the outfielder.
Baltimore has an obvious need with Nelson Cruz gone and Nick Markakis likely to leave via free agency as well.
Kemp is owed more than $100 million over five more seasons.
The Baltimore Orioles are showing "strong interest" in Michael Morse, according to a report.
Baltimore lost Nelson Cruz to the Seattle Mariners and watched Torii Hunter agree to terms with the Minnesota Twins.
The likelihood that the Baltimore Orioles re-sign Nick Markakis appears to be decreasing, according to sources.
It seemed like a virtually certainty a month ago that the outfielder would return to Baltimore.
Markakis and the Orioles were involved in serious negotiations on a four-year deal worth roughly $10 million to $12 million annually.
But with Baltimore's chances of retaining Nick Markakis now appearing less certain, the club could be eyeing alternatives. A FOXSports.com report indicated just that on Sunday, saying that the Orioles not only are talking with free agent Torii Hunter, but also have discussed a Matt Kemp trade with the Dodgers.
Kemp has been the subject of numerous rumors, with the Dodgers facing a glut of outfielders.