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Royals and LHP Tim Collins avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.475 million contract.

There was some thought that he could be non-tendered after missing 2015 following Tommy John surgery, but Collins will remain in Kansas City at the same salary he had this past season. The owner of a career 3.54 ERA over four campaigns, Collins is expected to get a late start to 2016 as he continues his recovery.
Nov 30 - 9:09 PM

Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports that the Mariners are interested in Nori Aoki.

"At this point," an industry source told Dutton, "there appears to be real interest (in Aoki) from the Mariners. Whether that leads to a deal is anybody’s guess." Aoki played well for the Giants this past season when healthy, hitting .287/.353/.380 slash line with 14 stolen bases in 93 games. He ended the year with concussion issues but reportedly entered the offseason with a clean bill of health. The Giants declined a $5.5 million option on Aoki earlier this month.
Nov 30 - 8:47 PM

Dodgers signed OF Donavan Tate to a minor league contract.

The No. 3 overall pick in the 2009 Draft, Tate was a flop with the Padres due to injuries, suspensions and poor play. A career .229/.334/.324 hitter with just nine homers over 1,189 plate appearances, Tate is still just 25 but hasn't played above A-ball. Still, it's a no-risk gamble by the Dodgers.
Nov 30 - 6:53 PM

Braves signed RHP Jim Johnson to a one-year contract.'s Mark Bowman says the reliever will receive $2.5 million. Johnson had a nice bounce-back showing with the Braves in 2015, posting a 2.25 ERA over 49 appearances. He was dealt to the Dodgers at the trade deadline and flopped with a 10.13 mark across 23 games. Johnson was closing for Atlanta when they traded him, but he figures to be used in a setup role in 2016.
Nov 30 - 6:09 PM

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that, in addition to the Diamondbacks, Johnny Cueto has received interest from the Dodgers, Giants, Red Sox and Cubs, among others.

It was reported earlier Monday that Cueto turned down a six-year, $120 million offer from the D'Backs. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick hears that the right-hander is looking for a contract in the $140-160 million range, and while it remains to be seen whether he'll get there, Heyman says "the market still favors Cueto." Since Cueto was traded during the 2015 season, the team that signs him this winter will not have to forfeit a draft pick.
Nov 30 - 5:01 PM
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