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Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports that the Mets designated RHP Kevin McGowan for assignment.

The move creates necessary 40-man roster space after the signings of Jay Bruce and Adrian Gonzalez. They'll have to make one more move, as the roster still sits at 41. The 26-year-old McGowan pitched just under nine innings for the Mets with a 5.19 ERA with six walks and eight strikeouts.
Jan 18 - 8:43 AM

Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia writes that the Phillies could be interested in free agent starting pitcher Jake Arrieta.

Salisbury notes that Arrieta has been working out with Philadelphia outfielder Nick Williams in Austin, and that Williams has been selling him on the Phillies. He also writes that GM Matt Klentak is "actively" looking at ways to improve the Philadelphia rotation. Reports are that Arrieta is still looking for a five-year deal, and the Phillies reportedly aren't willing to go that long with a starter on the market. If that yearly ask goes down, Philadelphia could very much be in play for the 31-year-old right-hander.
Jan 18 - 8:21 AM

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports was told by super-agent Scott Boras that the reported offer from the Red Sox to J.D. Martinez is "not accurate."

On Wednesday afternoon, reports from ESPN's Buster Olney stated that Martinez had been offered a five-year deal by Boston that was "in the range" of $100 million. Heyman doesn't say what part(s) of the offer are inaccurate, but he does mention that the offer seems off based on the $27.5 million per year that Yoenis Cespedes received last offseason. We could still be a while away from seeing Martinez signing with Boston -- or anyone.
Jan 17 - 9:31 PM

Peter Gammons of MLB Network reports that the Marlins would need Ronald Acuna in a trade for Christian Yelich.

Gammons goes so far as to say that the Marlins won't even discuss a second player without Acuna being included in a trade. That's probably fair, because the Braves likely wouldn't want discussions to go on if they have to include him. As good as Yelich has been, it's tough to imagine that Atlanta would be willing to include the player that many consider the best prospect in baseball in a trade for him. Assuming Gammons is correct, you probably won't see Yelich in a Braves uniform in 2018.
Jan 17 - 9:11 PM

Tigers and SS Jose Iglesias avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $6.275 million contract.

That figure sits between the $6.8 million Iglesias requested and the $5.6 million the Tigers offered when arbitration figures were exchanged on Friday. The 28-year-old infielder hit .255/.288/.369 with six homers and 54 RBI for the Tigers in 130 games while providing strong defense at shortstop.
Jan 17 - 7:05 PM
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