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The formal part of the meetings start Wednesday, with mornings devoted to briefings by Major League Baseball and administrative discussions. Expanding instant replay to fair-foul calls down the lines and to traps figures to be an offseason-long discussion along with protective headgear for pitchers. A report is on the agenda for the winter meetings.
Cashman said his power at home was restored Sunday, nearly a week after Superstorm Sandy hit. In contrast to the cool weather back home, the high temperature in the Palm Springs area Tuesday was 93 degrees.
Talk about Hot Stove League.
At least publicly, Cashman was reticent to reveal which agents he planned to talk with because of anti-collusion rules put in place a few years ago after concerns raised by the players' association.
"I'm not allowed to say if I'm going to meet with anybody or talk to anybody or if I don't want to talk to anybody," he said. "I got a whole rundown."
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