Baseball Robert Siegel speaks with Wall Street Journal sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about some of the news coming out of Major League Baseball's winter meetings. Among the news: The Montreal Expos will play some of their home games in Puerto Rico. The Atlanta Braves managed to trade for a star pitcher they won't have to pay for a few years. And baseball's future as an Olympic sport may be dim.
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Robert Siegel speaks with Wall Street Journal sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about some of the news coming out of Major League Baseball's winter meetings. Among the news: The Montreal Expos will play some of their home games in Puerto Rico. The Atlanta Braves managed to trade for a star pitcher they won't have to pay for a few years. And baseball's future as an Olympic sport may be dim.