Day 3 of the MLB Winter Meetings is upon us!
Robinson Cano, Jacoby Ellsbury, Curtis Granderson, Carlos Beltran, Doug Fister, A.J. Pierzynski, Joe Nathan, and more change uniforms and there is still plenty of action ahead. This is one of the most important times for franchises looking to make a big time move and fantasy baseball is usually greatly impacted during the Winter Meetings. We will update all of the breaking news here so keep refreshing the page!
Sources: Choo talks appear to be reaching critical stage. #Rangers, at least one other club in.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 10, 2013
Rangers, Blue Jays agreed on deal sending Sergio Santos to Texas but another player failed physical, sources tell @Ken_Rosenthal and me.
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) December 9, 2013
Some execs see a very small market for Shin-Soo Choo because of the price tag, and wonder if he could be Jan. surprise for DET,a la Fielder.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) December 9, 2013
Colon market heating up. Orioles, mets, others. If it's 1 year deal, it'll be significant number, maybe $10M plus.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 9, 2013
The Arizona Diamondbacks are willing to trade everyone on their roster except Patrick Corbin and Paul Goldschmidt. Wade Miley or Trevor Cahill could be deal to Angels - @JeffFletcherOCR
The Pirates are discussing first base upgrades and the names of Logan Morrison and Adam Lind have come up recently - @jonmorosiPhillies actively shopping Domonic Brown - @JeffPassan
The Texas Rangers are willing to deal Elvis Andrus and the Los Angeles Angels are willing to move Mark Trumbo. - @Ken_Rosenthal
The Pirates plan to meet with Terry Bross, the agent for Bronson Arroyo. They have a rotation opening, given A.J. Burnett's uncertainty. - @Buster_ESPN
Garrett Jones has finalized his two-year deal with the Marlins, and an announcement is expected on Monday...With Jones joining the club, the Marlins are actively shopping first baseman Logan Morrison. The Rays, Brewers, Braves and Orioles are said to be interested. - Joe Frisaro
The first-base market is flush with trade possibilities, from the Mets’ Ike Davis and Marlins’ Logan Morrison to the Rangers’ Mitch Moreland and Red Sox’s Mike Carp. The Red Sox are not motivated to move Carp, even after re-signing Mike Napoli, but teams looking for first basemen have choices beyond free agents James Loney, Corey Hart and Kendrys Morales. - Fox Sports
A trade for David Price is probably be a long shot for the Dodgers, who are short on top-tier prospects they could offer in exchange for Price. The two players in their system who might have the highest ceilings are teenagers: infielder Corey Seager, 19, and left-hander Julio Urias, 17. - LA Times
Many teams remain in the market for starting pitching, and White Sox general manager Rick Hahn has three marketable left-handers on his roster: Chris Sale, Jose Quintana and Hector Santiago. The White Sox are open to discussing trade proposals for all three, sources told FOX Sports 1, although the team is more willing to trade Santiago than Sale or Quintana. - Fox Sports