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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

Jenrry Mejia told Hector Gomez of Z101 in the Dominican Republic that he is "certain I did not use anything (illegal)."

"It’s not like they say," Mejia said in Spanish. "I am certain I did not use anything. I have a lot of faith. I have to clear my name." It's frankly hard to believe Mejia after he was given a lifetime ban by Major League Baseball following his third failed PED test over the last year. But, he'll eventually have a chance to defend himself, as he can apply for reinstatement in one year. The suspension must last at least two years, though, and in all likelihood Mejia's career in baseball is over.
Feb 14 - 9:58 AM

Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe reports that the Red Sox have interest in Franklin Morales.

It would be on a minor league contract. Morales held a 3.90 ERA over two-and-a-half seasons for the Red Sox from 2011-13 and put up a 3.18 mark over 67 appearances last season for the Royals. The southpaw has limited left-handed batters to a .210/.288/.326 line in his career.
Feb 14 - 9:38 AM

Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes that a date for Michael Brantley's (shoulder) projected return is "still hazy," but it could happen "maybe late April or early May."

Brantley still isn't sure when he'll be allowed to begin a hitting program following November labrum surgery on his right shoulder, so any timetable is educated guesswork at this point. A clearer picture on Brantley's status should be available during spring training. The 28-year-old will be a risky fantasy investment this spring as he works his way back from major surgery. Rajai Davis is slated to hold down left field for the Indians until Brantley is ready.
Feb 14 - 9:28 AM
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