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Shortly after handing Giancarlo Stanton his new No. 27 pinstriped jersey Monday afternoon, general manager Brian Cashman made it clear the Yankees weren't done making moves.
Cubs agree to terms with Morrow, Smyly
The Cubs gave their bullpen a huge boost by agreeing to terms with free-agent reliever Brandon Morrow, and also took a step toward 2019 by agreeing to terms with lefty Drew Smyly.
Roberts: Dodgers 'hungry' after Series loss
Dave Roberts won't be managing Shohei Ohtani or Giancarlo Stanton next year, but with most of a 104-win World Series club returning, he said the Dodgers are in a better spot than a year ago.
MLB Buzz: Ozuna to St. Louis in the cards?
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Sources: Rangers inquire about Greinke
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Winter Meetings Day 2: Latest from all 30 clubs
Tuesday was the second full day of the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., and there were some significant developments as executives from all 30 MLB clubs engaged in trade and free-agency discussions. MLB.com's beat reporters were on the scene to capture the latest.
Moving Manny? Orioles listening to offers
Can they? Should they? Will they? The questions swirled as the Orioles indicated they were shopping star third baseman Manny Machado on Day 2 of the Winter Meetings on Tuesday, and executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette confirmed that he is listening to offers -- with multiple organizations requesting to meet with the club about Machado.
J.D. arrives at Winter Meetings to meet with clubs
A source confirmed to MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez that slugger J.D. Martinez was traveling to the 2017 Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Tuesday evening alongside agent Scott Boras to meet with individual clubs.
Angels satisfied with Ohtani's medical report
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Alex Rodriguez met Bruce Springsteen and their photo together featured some big smiles
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Phils set to add another 'pen piece in Hunter
The Phillies reiterated Tuesday that they have no intentions to toss their plans aside and sign a starting pitcher to a nine-figure deal or send a massive package of prospects to a player in the final year of his contract.
Martinez holds plenty of appeal for Red Sox
Though Dave Dombrowski is open-minded when it comes to how he lands an impact bat, the ideal scenario would be to land a free agent, and that would seem to be J.D. Martinez.
Cards inch closer to acquiring offensive upgrade
As Day 2 of the Winter Meetings neared an end Tuesday, the Cardinals noted a sense of optimism that sufficient groundwork has been laid to execute a trade for their desired offensive upgrade in the coming days.
Giants have 'sense of urgency' at Meetings
The Giants have a lot going on at baseball's Winter Meetings. Take general manager Bobby Evans' word for it. Though the Giants haven't agreed on a trade or signed a free agent, they're striving to seal a deal or two, insisted Evans and people familiar with the club's talks.
Faith in core allowing Blue Jays to bide time
Ross Atkins has a lot of "opportunities and alternatives" to improve his roster, but the Blue Jays' general manager does not appear to be in a rush to get something done during this slow-moving market.
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Mariners still eyeing reliever as pace slows
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto continued pushing for pitching Tuesday as the club zeroed in on the available free agents in a relief market that remained largely stalemated after the second day of the Winter Meetings.
Rockies, reliever Shaw have a deal in place
The Rockies' push to improve the back end of their bullpen reportedly has landed them durable right-hander Bryan Shaw, the only pitcher in the Majors to make at least 70 appearances the past five seasons.
Ozuna, Yeli calls come in as Fish survey market
Trade talks are active, and the Marlins are in the process of juggling how to make moves to address their long-term objectives while also filling out their 2018 roster. On the trade front, the most buzz on Tuesday at the Winter Meetings was on if outfielders Marcell Ozuna and/or Christian Yelich will be dealt. The team has not confirmed if either is available, but the organization is listening to potential offers on all of its players.
Bucs not rushing to find a fourth outfielder
The Bucs may address their need for a fourth outfielder this offseason, Neal Huntington said on Tuesday, but only if they find a clear upgrade over their existing options.
Tribe's checklist waits on Santana's decision
The Indians would like to keep Carlos Santana in the fold, but they currently have to balance negotiating with waiting while also planning ahead in case he signs elsewhere.
Rockies focused on catching, pitching on Day 2
It's not that the Rockies have said goodbye to right fielder Carlos Gonzalez, a star for nine seasons in Colorado. They've just been too busy otherwise to say much of anything, general manager Jeff Bridich noted Wednesday at the MLB Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Fulmer interest spikes at Winter Meetings
The Tigers continue to traverse the hallways of Disney's Swan and Dolphin Hotel and Resort with ears open toward trade ideas. Since general manager Al Avila mentioned Monday that they would listen to inquiries on young ace Michael Fulmer, they've had a lot more to hear.
Best skipper chatter from Winter Meetings
Orioles manager Buck Showalter isn't about to anoint the Yankees as 2018 champions just because they've added Giancarlo Stanton to their lineup. He made that clear Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.
Braves not ready to part with pitching prospects
As Alex Anthopoulos moved near the completion of his first full month as the Braves' GM, and experienced the second day of this year's Winter Meetings on Tuesday, he possessed the assets that will likely lead rival executives to continue checking in with him about potential trade opportunities. But for now, Anthopoulos seems content to patiently progress through this Hot Stove Season and possibly wait for the opportunity to see these young pitchers with his own eyes before defining their trade value.
Yanks deal Headley, Mitchell to SD for Blash
The Yankees are continuing to make noise at the Winter Meetings, jumping on an opportunity to clear salary space for future moves by swapping third baseman Chase Headley and right-hander Bryan Mitchell to the Padres on Tuesday in exchange for outfielder Jabari Blash.
Tigers closing in on Kinsler trade at Meetings
While the Tigers keep listening to trade interest on Michael Fulmer, they're doing more than that on Ian Kinsler. And as the Winter Meetings continue, they're getting closer to a trade to send their veteran second baseman to a contending team.
D-backs fielding calls on arms, infielders
At Day 2 of the Winter Meetings, Mike Hazen and the D-backs continued to receive lots of interest in their starting pitchers and middle infielders.
Cubs consider tweak in Chatwood's contract
The Cubs may change a clause in Tyler Chatwood's contract to eliminate linking a financial reward to him receiving a Cy Young Award vote from the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Astros remain confident in Giles as closer
Ken Giles' woeful postseason performance -- he lost two games while allowing 10 runs and 12 hits in 7 2/3 innings -- forced Astros manager A.J. Hinch to keep him in mothballs for Game 5, 6 and 7 of the World Series, but the team says it remains committed to Giles as closer despite its search for bullpen help.
Rays reportedly sign int'l SS prospect Marte
Day 2 of Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings saw the Rays make a trade, reportedly reach an agreement on an international signing and talk to a lot of teams and free agents. Early in the day, the Rays traded Minor Leaguer Deion Tansel to the Padres for slugging infielder Ryan Schimpf. Later, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez reported via Twitter that the Rays and Jelfry Marte have agreed to a deal, but the deal has not been finalized.
Rangers meet with Rodney, eye Kintzler
The Rangers have met with veteran free-agent closer Fernando Rodney here at the Winter Meetings, and they maintain a long-held interest in right-handed reliever Brandon Kintzler.
Brewers 'have offers out' for pitching additions
Brewers general manager David Stearns sounded hopeful Tuesday about adding an arm or two to his team's pitching arsenal before boarding a flight home from the Winter Meetings on Thursday morning.
Callaway keeping Mets' closer role open
When Jeurys Familia returned from arterial surgery late last summer, the Mets made a point of being cautious with him. Initially, the team shied away from deploying Familia in high-leverage spots, using trade acquisition AJ Ramos in save situations instead. Even after that restriction faded, the Mets never completely removed the bubble-wrap from their one-time closer. Perhaps the gray area that emerged will prove to be prophetic. Manager Mickey Callaway said Tuesday that Familia is not necessarily the closer heading into 2018, as the Mets look to modernize roles throughout their bullpen.
Reds fielding more calls for speedy Hamilton
Interest in Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton appears to have increased during the Winter Meetings on Tuesday. According to MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal, the Giants have made the strongest pursuit to this point.
Buck Showalter is glad the new-look Yankees won't get extra runs for their home run distance
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Servais confident Dee can handle CF challenge
Among the priorities for the Mariners this coming season, converting newly acquired Dee Gordon into a quality -- and willing -- center fielder ranks high on the list.
Mets appear likely to keep Harvey in the fold
Matt Harvey rumors may have pervaded the Dolphin Hotel's lobby floor this week, but general manager Sandy Alderson on Tuesday painted a less freewheeling picture of the Mets' interest in moving the former All-Star starter.
Padres' interest in Hosmer said to be 'very real'
Unlikely as it may have seemed two days ago, the Padres have emerged as one of baseball's busiest clubs this week at the Winter Meetings.
Source: Nationals expressing interest in Arrieta
In order to fill the need at the back end of their rotation, perhaps the Nationals will look to add another starting pitcher to the top of their rotation. Washington has expressed interested in free-agent right-hander Jake Arrieta, a source told MLB.com's Mark Feinsand on Tuesday afternoon.
Who can acquire free-agent-to-be Machado?
Manny Machado's name is in play all of a sudden in the hotel suites and lobby chatter, and just like that, these Winter Meetings have gotten a lot more interesting.
Yanks have team season homer record in sights
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Wade shares story of B.A.T.'s aid after Harvey
Created in 1986 by a group of former Major Leaguers, The Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) was formed to confidentially help members of the baseball family in need of assistance. More than three decades later, the organization still helps members of the baseball family in need of medical, financial, psychological and other types of assistance.
Photo: Trout got married in winter wonderland
It's a winter wonderland.
Enjoy, bid on MLB experiences for great cause
For the sixth consecutive year, MLB, MLBAM, MLB Network and all 30 clubs have organized a charity auction during the Winter Meetings to benefit a special cause close to the game. This year, the auction will support the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund, which is in memory of the late pioneering baseball executive whose career spanned 40 years.
Morning Lineup Podcast: Winter Meetings Day 2
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