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David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that A.J. Pierzynski and Tyler Flowers will share the catching duties for the Braves in 2016.

When asked about it, Pierzynski said that the ideal situation would be to have each catch 80 games. The 39-year-old is coming off a nice season where he slashed .300/.339/.430 with nine homers and 49 RBI in 113 contests. It's discouraging news for his fantasy value if he's only going to play half the time, especially in deeper two-catcher formats.
Feb 14 - 4:51 PM

According to Yankees' pitching coach Larry Rothschild, Masahiro Tanaka (elbow) looked good in his first bullpen session on Sunday.

Tanaka, throwing off a mound for the first time since undergoing offseason surgery to remove a bone chip in his elbow, threw around 20 pitches in the session. The Yankees believe that he's right where he should be at this point in his recovery, though his stamina is slightly behind the other starters in camp.
Feb 14 - 4:05 PM

Yadier Molina has had the cast removed from his surgically-repaired left thumb.

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said in an interview on KMOX 1120 in St. Louis on Sunday that the club should know within the next 2-3 weeks whether Molina is on pace to be ready by Opening Day. The catcher had to undergo a second procedure on his thumb in December after an operation in October didn't take. Even if Yadi makes it back for the opener, his offense has declined the last couple years and coming back from a twice-repaired thumb won't help.
Feb 14 - 12:45 PM

Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Astros and Dallas Keuchel "have had substantial talks about extensions... but to no avail."

Keuchel's agent, Darek Braunecker, said in early January that the two sides had not had any discussions about a long-term deal this offseason, but it sounds like they may have engaged in talks between then and now. Either way, it doesn't appear that any traction was ever gained. Keuchel will be paid $7.25 million in 2016, which is a record one-year deal for a first-time arbitration-eligible player.
Feb 14 - 10:40 AM

Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Astros have discussed a two-year deal and a three-year deal plus an option with Jason Castro this winter.

Obviously neither proposal worked, and the two sides wound up going to an arbitration hearing last week (the Astros won and will pay Castro $5 million in 2016). The fact that a hearing was needed despite just a $250,000 difference in figures would seem to indicate that a long-term contract isn't in the cards anytime soon. Castro is slated for free agency after 2016.
Feb 14 - 10:36 AM
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