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  • Dodgers have looked into acquiring Willy Adames
    According to's Juan Toribio, the Dodgers have shown interest in acquiring Brewers shortstop Willy Adames.

    Advice: The Dodgers maintain that they'd like to bring back superstar shortstop Trea Turner, but he's on the open market and his preference appears to be to land with a club on the east coast. That forces the Dodgers to look for his replacement at shortstop -- and it appears as though they're investigating all avenues. There's no indication that the Brewers are looking to move Adames -- who is under team control through the 2024 season and arbitration-eligible for the first time this winter -- though they just dealt Hunter Renfroe because they didn't want to pay his raise in arbitration so anything is possible. Adames hit .238/.298/.458 with 31 homers and 98 RBI for the Brewers in 2022. 3 minutes ago
    L, 2-4 vs Ari
  • Mariners among teams interested in Brandon Nimmo
    Daniel Kramer of reports that the Mariners have continued to express interest in free agent outfielder Brandon Nimmo.

    Advice: The M's are looking to add a left-handed bat to their outfield mix -- which could mean that they still lack confidence in Jarred Kelenic and could look to move him in a trade this winter. The Giants, Blue Jays and Rays are among the other teams that have publicly expressed interest in the 29-year-old outfielder. Today, 4:15 pm
    W, 9-2 vs Was
  • Mariners have checked in on Andrew Benintendi
    According to Daniel Kramer of, the Mariners have checked in on free agent outfielder Andrew Benintendi.

    Advice: It sounds like despite the fact that the M's acquired Teoscar Hernandez from the Blue Jays already this offseason, that they're still looking to bolster their outfield corps. Kramer notes that they have checked in on Brandon Nimmo as well -- making it seem as though they're looking for a left-handed bat to add to the mix. It's somewhat interesting, as that could create even more of a logjam with Jarred Kelenic and Jesse Winker already holding down the other corner outfield spot and fighting for at-bats as the designated hitter. Today, 4:10 pm
  • Report: Duran and Smith drawing trade interest
    According to Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News, Ezequiel Duran and Josh Smith are drawing interest in trade discussions this offseason.

    Advice: With top prospect Josh Jung firmly entrenched as the Rangers' everyday third baseman heading into the 2023 season -- in addition to veterans Corey Seager, Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe locked into the remainder of the infield spots -- it seems likely that either Duran or Smith could be traded this offseason. Both possess the defensive versatility required to transition to super-utility specialist status moving forward, but they might offer more long-term value to another club as potential everyday position players. Today, 3:43 pm
    W, 4-2 vs NYY
  • Steinbrenner: Volpe and Peraza to get looks in '23
    Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner told that he wants shortstop prospects Anthony Volpe and Oswald Peraza to get opportunities in spring training to compete for Opening Day roster spots.

    Advice: “In my opinion, they’re going to get a shot,” said Steinbrenner. The pair of shortstops are considered among the top prospects in the game and are also viewed as essential to the franchise's long-term future. Peraza, 22, made it to the majors last September and wound up making New York's postseason roster. Volpe, 21, is universally-regarded as a top 10 overall prospect after hitting .249/.342/.460 with 21 homers and 50 stolen bases last year in 132 games between Double-A Somerset and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. It sounds like both Volpe and Peraza will be given a legitimate opportunity next spring to make the Yankees' Opening Day roster. Today, 1:12 pm
    L, 2-4 @Tex
  • Willians Astudillo signs with KBO's SoftBank Hawks
    Willians Astudillo has signed with the SoftBank Hawks of the Korea Baseball Organization. 

    Advice: La Tortuga will head to Korea for the 2023 season. The 31-year-old super-utility specialist got into 21 games last year for the Marlins, hitting .241/.255/.296 with one homer and one steal in 55 plate appearances. Astudillo rarely strikes out, has logged time at nearly every position on the diamond, and has emerged as a fan favorite the last few seasons. Simply put, we're rooting for him to make it back to the majors again. Today, 12:50 pm
    W, 12-9 vs Atl
  • Report: Twins make contract offer to Carlos Correa
    According to LaVelle E. Neal III of the Star Tribune, the Twins have made multiple contact offers to free agent shortstop Carlos Correa.

    Advice: Neal III adds that the contract offers contain varying structures and range from six to 10 years in length. The Twins have prioritized re-signing Correa after he opted out of his contract earlier this month, but he's expected to have plenty of suitors on the open market. The 28-year-old superstar shortstop hit .291/.366/.467 with 22 home runs across 590 plate appearances in 136 games last season with Minnesota. Today, 12:27 pm
    W, 10-1 @CWS
  • Heyman: HOU, CHC, SF interested in Cody Bellinger
    Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports that 11 teams have expressed interest in signing free agent outfielder Cody Bellinger.

    Advice: Heyman adds that the Astros, Cubs and Giants are among the nearly dozen teams that have shown interest in Bellinger after the former National League MVP was non-tendered by the Dodgers earlier this month. Heyman adds that Bellinger is seeking a one-year contract to reset his long-term value. The Rockies and Blue Jays are also reportedly in on the Bellinger sweepstakes. The 27-year-old outfielder doesn't appear to be close to making a final decision yet. Stay tuned. Today, 12:19 pm
    W, 6-1 vs Col
  • Report: Mets hoping to re-sign Adam Ottavino
    According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the Mets would like to re-sign free agent right-hander Adam Ottavino.

    Advice: The Mets tackled their biggest offseason priority by signing closer Edwin Díaz to a five-year, $102 million contract earlier this month, but they're still looking to address their bullpen. Ottavino compiled a strong 2.06 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 79/16 K/BB ratio across 65 2/3 innings (66 appearances) last year and would give New York a reliable setup specialist to bridge the gap to Díaz. Today, 12:04 pm
    W, 9-2 vs Was