Andre Dawson was the lone selection for the 2010 class of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Devil Rays announced the retirement of second baseman Roberto Alomar.
The Rays will make an announcement regarding Roberto Alomar's future tomorrow. It's believed he will retire.
Roberto Alomar took infield practice yesterday, but is not ready for game action.
Roberto Alomar didn't play today and is expected to miss another four or five due to a strained back.
Roberto Alomar's deal with the Rays is worth $600,000. He can make an additional $100,000 in incentives.
Devil Rays signed second baseman Roberto Alomar, who had been with the White Sox, to a one-year contract.
According to ESPN.com, the Devil Rays and Roberto Alomar have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, pending a physical.
Roberto Alomar is expected to decide between Tampa Bay and St. Louis today. According to the St. Petersburg Times, he'll likely choose the Devil Rays.
Although the Rays may be willing to give him a starting job, Roberto Alomar is likely to sign with the Cardinals.
The Devil Rays are believed to be looking at signing Roberto Alomar to play second base.
The Rangers are talking to Roberto Alomar in case they trade Alfonso Soriano and don't receive a second baseman in return.
The Cardinals are still negotiating with Roberto Alomar and could sign him to act as a bench player.
The Cardinals may have a deal with Roberto Alomar in place, but it probably won't be announced until next week.