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Darren Wolfson of 1500ESPN reports that the Twins are "maintaining regular dialogue" with Wade Miley's agent.

Wolfson also notes that the club is talking to the agents for Yu Darvish, Lance Lynn, Alex Cobb, Chris Tillman and Mike Napoli, players that they had previously been connected to. Miley obviously wouldn't be the frontline starter the Twins are looking for, but he'd be a solid depth addition even though he's coming off a year when he posted a 5.61 ERA over 32 starts.
Jan 21 - 3:43 PM

Ervin Santana said Saturday that he was told last week by Bartolo Colon that the Mets are interested in signing Colon.

Colon, who turns 45 in May, is interested in continuing his career but only wants to do so with the Mets. The veteran right-hander is aiming to get six more wins to supplant Dennis Martinez as the winningest pitcher from Latin America. Mike Puma of the New York Post reported last month that the Mets had "minimal" interest in Colon even on a minor league contract, but perhaps they'll wind up taking a shot on him for some much-needed depth. Colon held an ugly 6.48 ERA and 1.59 WHIP in 2017.
Jan 21 - 2:33 PM

Rockies manager Bud Black said Saturday that David Dahl (back) will be "full go" at the beginning of spring training.

Dahl was limited to 19 minor league rehab games last season because of a stress reaction in his rib, but he began swinging a bat earlier this month and is feeling good. "He’s engaged, he’s running, he’s lifting weights, he’s swinging at 100 percent," Black said. "Right now there are no concerns, and medically everybody feels really good about David." It's certainly good news that he's feeling healthy, but Dahl is poised to begin the season back in the minors given the Rockies' outfield depth. That said, he remains a high-upside, five-category talent, so if/when he gets an opportunity, he could be a difference-maker.
Jan 21 - 12:39 PM

Charlie Blackmon said Saturday that he's open to a long-term contract extension with the Rockies.

"It’s two-way street," Blackmon said. "I like being here, I really like the people and I like my teammates. Hopefully something happens, that would be great. … I think it’s possible. I think that happens to a lot of players. They sign a one-year contract in arbitration and then sign an extension some time in spring training." Blackmon changed agents back in November and avoided arbitration earlier this month by agreeing to a one-year, $14 million contract. While he's open to a long-term deal like most every impending free agent, the odds of one coming together just aren't very high. Blackmon will be 32 when he hits the open market next winter.
Jan 21 - 12:34 PM

Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports that the Orioles are interested in Jarrod Dyson.

Kubatko writes of Dyson that the Orioles have "checked his medicals and he’s still in the picture." Baltimore is looking for a left-handed bat to at least platoon in right field and ideally that player would also back up center fielder Adam Jones. Dyson certainly appears as if he'd fit the bill, although it sounds like the O's are considering a handful of others, as well. The Giants are also known to have strong interest in Dyson.
Jan 21 - 9:33 AM
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