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According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Nationals are closing in on a deal with free agent catcher Matt Wieters.

Feb 21 - 10:06 AM

Dallas Keuchel isn't expected to pitch in his first spring training game for a couple of weeks.

It's not a big deal, as the schedule will still allow him to make five starts before the beginning of the regular season. Keuchel struggled through "major inflammation" in his rotator cuff last season while posting a 4.55 ERA over 26 starts, but he says that he feels great now. The Astros are banking on a rebound.
Feb 21 - 9:47 AM

Mason Melotakis (oblique) remains shut down from throwing.

Melotakis suffered an oblique strain prior to reporting to camp and now he's a bit behind the other pitchers. The 25-year-old posted a 2.97 ERA and 42/12 K/BB ratio over 33 1/3 relief innings in Double-A last season and is likely ticketed for the minors to begin the year.
Feb 21 - 9:45 AM

Glen Perkins (shoulder) will throw his next bullpen session on Wednesday.

Perkins felt some minor discomfort in his surgically-repaired shoulder after arriving to camp, but he has thrown a couple of bullpen sessions in recent days. The real test will be to see how he responds to ramping things up to batting practice and game action. The Twins aren't going to rush things here, so he's a possibility to start the year on the disabled list. Brandon Kintzler is expected to begin the season as the Twins' closer.
Feb 21 - 9:35 AM

Jim Bowden of and SiriusXM reports that free agent catcher Matt Wieters has been meeting with both general managers and owners as he attempts to find a home.

Bowden notes that progress is being made, but that nothing is final. The Rays have reportedly made a formal offer in recent days, though it might not reach his asking price. The Nationals also continue to be mentioned as a possibility. Wieters' market has been remarkably quiet coming off a year where he hit .243/.302/.409 with 17 home runs and 66 RBI over 124 games. He has also taken a step back behind the plate.
Feb 21 - 9:29 AM
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