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Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that the Indians are telling other first base options that they want to see where things go with Carlos Santana first.

Santana is "clearly far and away" the Indians' top choice at first base, Heyman says. Cleveland's initial offer to Santana was reportedly for $36 million over three years, which isn't going to be enough to get it done. The Rockies, Rangers, Padres, Phillies, Red Sox and Mariners have also been connected to Santana. The Indians have so far been linked to Lucas Duda and Matt Adams as possible backup plans at first base.
Dec 11 - 10:40 PM

Andy Martino of SNY TV reports that the Cubs "have shown some interest" in Matt Harvey.

Martino notes that it's "unclear how serious" the Cubs' interest is at this point. The Orioles and Rangers have also displayed interest in Harvey, but Newsday's Marc Carig and others have expressed doubt that the Mets will wind up trading the right-hander for fear of depleting their rotation depth. Harvey could potentially be the Cubs' backup plan for Alex Cobb, who looks to be their top pitching target at the moment.
Dec 11 - 9:13 PM

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that the Mets, Rockies, Blue Jays and Mariners "are among the teams eyeing" Jay Bruce.

It's been reported previously that the Mets were interested in a reunion with Bruce, and the Blue Jays have seemingly been eyeing the outfielder for a few years now. Bruce is reportedly looking for a five-year, $80-90 million contract this offseason, although he's surely going to have to come down from those demands. The 30-year-old batted .254/.324/.508 with 36 homers and 101 RBI last season.
Dec 11 - 8:55 PM

Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said Monday that Michael Brantley "had a good report" on his surgically-repaired right ankle a couple weeks ago.

Brantley met with Indians head athletic trainer James Quinlan to check on his progress from October's ankle surgery and things appear to be on track. "We'll know more when he starts ground-based activities, starts running and cutting, things like that," Antonetti added. "But so far, it's gone really well." Even if things continue to progress well for Brantley, he doesn't appear to be a given to be ready for Opening Day.
Dec 11 - 8:44 PM

Newsday's Marc Carig was told by a person with knowledge of the Mets' thinking that it's "doubtful" the team trades Matt Harvey.

There's been some early buzz at the Winter Meetings about the Mets discussing Harvey in trades, with the Orioles and Rangers being two teams to have inquired. However, Carig writes that the club is hesitant to move Harvey because they're "concerned about pitching depth after injuries wrecked the starting rotation last season." Harvey posted a 6.70 ERA in 18 starts and one relief appearance in 2017 after returning from thoracic outlet surgery and will be a free agent after the 2018 season.
Dec 11 - 8:39 PM
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