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James McCann told reporters Sunday that he is "in the best shape of my life."

It's that time of year, people. McCann said he spent the offseason committed to getting healthier, and it apparently shows. The 26-year-old catcher batted .221/.272/.358 with 12 home runs and 48 RBI in 105 games last season for the Tigers. We should naturally see some improvement in 2017.
Jan 23 - 11:53 AM

Corey Dickerson said Monday that he has dropped 25 pounds.

Dickerson told reporters that he hopes the weight loss will help his running, swinging, and throwing. The 27-year-old outfielder posted a disappointing .761 OPS in 148 games last season with the Rays, after managing an .879 OPS in 265 games with the Rockies between 2013-2015. Look for better all-around play from Dickerson in 2017. He'll be a late-round flier in mixed fantasy leagues.
Jan 23 - 11:42 AM

Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports that the Orioles have interest in re-signing free agent right-hander Vance Worley.

Kubatko notes that after bringing back Mark Trumbo, the club may not be shopping at the high end of the free agent pitching market, which would rule out Jason Hammel. Worley was non-tendered by the O's in December rather than giving him a raise in his final year of arbitration. He was projected by MLBTradeRumors.com to earn $3.3 million in arbitration.
Jan 22 - 5:06 PM

Yordano Ventura has been killed in a car accident in his native Dominican Republic.

Christian Moreno of ESPN first reported the awful news, and the Royals have since confirmed it. Ventura's fellow countryman, Andy Marte, was killed in a separate accident, as well, in what has been a tragic morning for baseball. Ventura was just 25 years of age. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends.
Jan 22 - 11:04 AM

Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post was told by a source that the Nationals "have never been particularly high on" Matt Wieters.

Janes adds that the Nats "harbor concerns about (Wieters') defense and his health." The two sides have been connected this offseason because Washington could potentially use catcher help and Wieters' agent, Scott Boras, is known to have a good relationship with the Nationals. However, it doesn't sound like there's a fit here unless the market for Wieters really bottoms out. That's certainly possible given the lack of apparent options he has at this point.
Jan 22 - 10:40 AM
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