Well, season is over for all but eight teams (BoSox, Rays, Cubs, White Sox, Angels, Phillies, Dodgers) but that doesn't mean its the end of the news-making line for all the other unlucky, unprepared, underperforming teams around the majors.

The Yankees resigned general manager, Brian Cashman, to a three year deal. He's got a long road ahead of him if he wants to get the Bombers back to the post season.

Congratulations to Lou Pinella, Cubbie's manager, you'll be steering the ship well into the 2010 season.

Kevin Towers says Bud Black isn't fully to blame for the Padres horrific season, and that he's got the skipper's back. Great, that dreaded vote of confidence rears its ugly head. Look for Black to be the first manager fired this offseason.

Cardinals re-sign dominant right hander Kyle Loshe, in what the great Scott Proctor's Arm Blog is dubbing as the next Carl Pavano like signing.

Met's right hander John Maine had shoulder surgery to remove a lesion from the back of his right shoulder socket (wherever the hell that is) and should be ready for the start of spring training.

And finally, congratulations to Brad Lidge and Cliff Lee, this year's recipients of Major League Baseball's Comeback Player of the Year Award. The criteria for winning the award? The ability to stop sucking.