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Carlos Gonzalez said that "there's no conversation" with the Rockies regarding an extension right now.

"It’s up to them. They’re the ones that make the decision. We don’t make the decision. We just listen and work," Gonzalez said. He is entering the final year of his contract. In early January, general manager Jeff Bridich indicated that the team was hoping to work out an extension. There do not appear to have been any substantive talks since. This past season, the 31-year-old Gonzalez whacked 25 home runs and notched an even 100 RBI while slashing .298/.350/.505 in 584 at-bats.
Feb 23 - 12:03 AM

Reds manager Bryan Price said that Wandy Peralta is a potential option for the Opening Day bullpen.

As matters currently stand, the only southpaw locked into the Reds' pen for Opening Day is Tony Cingrani. Peralta, 25, would give Price another option. "On the days that we don’t have [Cingrani]," Price said, "it would be a really nice thing to be able to matchup a left-hander against some of the better left-handers in our division and in the National League." Last season, Peralta saw 7 1/3 innings of work with the major league team. His debut in the bigs didn't turn out so hot, as he surrendered seven runs on 11 hits in that space. In a larger sample size, he posted a 2.50 ERA and 58/26 K/BB ratio across 75 2/3 frames split between Double- and Triple-A in 2016.
Feb 22 - 10:08 PM

CC Sabathia reaffirmed his hope that he will pitch beyond the 2017 season.

Sabathia did add the caveat "as long as I'm healthy." He underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in October. The veteran southpaw will be a free agent after the 2017 campaign has wrapped. As to whether he might finish his career in a Yankees uniform, stay tuned. "I realize this is a business, man, whatever happens happens," said Sabathia on Wednesday. This past season, he posted a 3.91 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 152/65 K/BB ratio across 179 2/3 frames (30 starts). He no longer has the stuff he once did, but those 2016 numbers are a marked improvement on what came before -- he posted three consecutive years with ERAs north of 4.70 prior to that 2016 showing.
Feb 22 - 9:07 PM

Indians manager Terry Francona said that he plans on managing as long as his health permits.

"I've had a lot of surgeries, a lot of health problems," Francona said. "It just takes a toll on you. I love [baseball]...[b]ut there is going to come a day when I feel like I'm shortchanging the team or the organization. That's not fair." Francona enters his 17th season as a manager come the start of the 2017 campaign. The 54-year-old is fresh off being named AL Manager of the Year for his work in helping to guide the Indians to a 94-67 record during the 2016 regular season. The Tribe would go on to win the American League pennant and push to the brink of a World Series title before falling to the Cubs in one of the greatest Game 7's in postseason history.
Feb 22 - 7:58 PM

Chad Bettis said that he received a clean bill of health following blood work which was done on Tuesday.

Bettis underwent surgery for testicular cancer in November. He told MLB Network Radio in early January that he was cancer-free. So far, so good. "I got the blood work back from the doctor, met with him today, and he said my tumor markers are not detectable," Bettis said on Wednesday. While this is nothing but stellar news, the Rockies will be understandably playing it safe with the 27-year-old right-hander this spring. He is not slated to pitch first time through the Cactus League rotation. A simulated game awaits him next Tuesday as he works toward Opening Day.
Feb 22 - 7:17 PM
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