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Ian Krol has elected to become a free agent.

Krol had the right to test free agency after being outrighted off the Braves' 40-man roster over the weekend. The 26-year-old had a disappointing 5.33 ERA in 51 appearances this season.
Oct 23 - 1:13 PM

Braves declined R.A. Dickey's $8 million club option for 2018.

Dickey will receive a $500,000 buyout. The 42-year-old is now free to test the open market, but he's reportedly leaning toward retirement. The knuckleballer posted a 4.26 ERA in 190 innings over 31 starts this season. He'd still have a market if he wants to continue pitching.
Oct 23 - 1:07 PM

Braves exercised Tyler Flowers' $4 million club option for 2018.

It's not a big surprise after Flowers batted .281/.378/.445 with 12 homers and 49 RBI over 99 games this season. The Braves have a surprisingly potent catcher combo with Kurt Suzuki coming off a 19-homer campaign.
Oct 23 - 1:03 PM

Mets hired Mickey Callaway as manager.

Callaway's hiring is official, with a press conference to follow at 4 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon. He'll replace Terry Collins, who managed the club for the previous seven seasons. It's quite a change of pace for the club, as they'll go from one of the oldest managers in the game to one of the youngest. Hitting coach Kevin Long was at one point considered the front-runner for the job, but his future with the club is unclear after the hiring of Callaway. Staff decisions should quickly follow.
Oct 23 - 12:11 PM

According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Mets will introduce Mickey Callaway as their new manager in a press conference on Monday afternoon.

Marc Carig of Newsday reports that the press conference will take place at 4 ET on Monday. Callaway will reportedly receive a three-year contract with the Mets. The 42-year-old has served as the Indians' pitching coach for the last five seasons, with excellent results. The Mets built their team around pitching, but everything fell apart in 2017 due to a long list of injuries. Callaway will be tasked with getting things back on track as a first-time manager.
Oct 23 - 12:03 PM
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