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Royals general manager Dayton Moore said Monday that he is still monitoring James Shields' free agency but does not expect to re-sign the right-hander.

Kansas City is near its payroll limit and will carry six good rotation candidates into camp between Yordano Ventura, Jason Vargas, Jeremy Guthrie, Edinson Volquez, Danny Duffy, and Kris Medlen. Shields has probably begun lowering his asking price here in late January, but he's doubtful to fall into a logical range for the Royals. The 33-year-old has been connected recently to the Marlins, Diamondbacks, Padres, and Blue Jays. He is the best remaining free agent by far.
Jan 26 - 10:37 AM

Kevin Siegrist (arm) said Sunday that he has "a lot of confidence moving forward to spring training."

Siegrist was bothered by forearm and neck issues throughout the 2014 season and wound up posting an ugly 6.82 ERA in 30 1/3 innings. The hard-throwing left-hander was among the most effective relievers in baseball in 2013 and will try to get it all back in 2015. "I can tell right away that it’s definitely better and it’s probably 100 percent," Siegrist said Sunday about his health. "Just the way the ball comes out of my hand throwing long toss and stuff like that compared to last year."
Jan 26 - 10:01 AM

Mike Napoli said Sunday that he has felt much more energized in his offseason workouts since undergoing surgery in November for his sleep apnea.

It was a horribly painful procedure -- called a bimaxillary advancement -- that involved the restructuring of Napoli's jaw and lower face. But he felt the surgery was necessary in order to continue his playing career and he's hoping it'll improve his on-field production in 2015. "I couldn't do it anymore," said Napoli, "feeling the way I was feeling. I was like, 'I need to have the surgery or I'm not going to play anymore.' That's how bad it was. I came in (and told the team), 'I need to have the surgery now.'"
Jan 26 - 9:44 AM

According to Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca, the Blue Jays have ended talks for Orioles GM Dan Duquette.

The Jays wanted to name Duquette their new CEO and Duquette reportedly wanted to accept the gig, but O's owner Peter Angelos would not let him go without a substantial return package. Davidi says the negotiations centered around right-hander Jeff Hoffman, the ninth overall pick in 2014, and two other minor leaguers. Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun hears that catcher Max Pentecost, the 11th overall pick in 2014, was also discussed. Duquette has been tremendously successful in the Orioles' front office and would have been a nice addition for the Blue Jays, but the asking price understandably rang too high for Toronto.
Jan 26 - 9:33 AM

Indians president Mark Shapiro indicated Sunday that the team would consider signing Corey Kluber to a long-term contract extension.

When asked about the idea, Shapiro noted that Kluber has everything that the organization looks for in a player and that "He has all the precursors that we would look for to enter into a multiyear agreement." The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner will make the league minimum in 2015 before being eligible for salary arbitration for the first time next offseason.
Jan 25 - 11:23 PM
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