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Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports that the Marlins have made Kenley Jansen an offer of five years and over $80 million.

Passan says it's "almost at the level" of Aroldis Chapman's offer, so it appears to be in the $80-85 million range. It's obviously a massive total, especially when factoring in that the Marlins would also have to forfeit the No. 13 overall pick to sign Jansen. The Dodgers really want to bring Jansen back, but it remains to be seen whether they'd be willing to contend with the Marlins' offer.
Dec 8 - 12:14 AM

Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports that while the Marlins remain interested in Kenley Jansen, they are uneasy about surrendering the No. 13 pick to sign him.

The Marlins made a hard push for Aroldis Chapman, who opted to sign with the Yankees on Wednesday night. That leaves Jansen as their top bullpen target. While the draft pick compensation involved here could cause them to back off, ESPN's Jayson Stark is reporting that the Marlins have offered Jansen a five-year contract. The Dodgers remain a contender to re-sign Jansen, too. Stay tuned.
Dec 8 - 12:03 AM

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Bill Brink reports that the Pirates have been in contact with Tyson Ross.

Ross was non-tendered by the Padres on December 2. The 29-year-old right-hander is said to be seeking a contract in the range of $9-11 million. He made only one start in 2016 before undergoing season-ending surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome. Per the Dallas Morning News' Evan Grant, the Rangers are also showing interest in Ross.
Dec 7 - 11:48 PM

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Yankees have agreed to terms with Aroldis Chapman on a five-year, $86 million contract.

Mark Melancon set a new record for a reliever contract earlier this week with his $62 million deal, but Chapman's contract obviously blows it out of the water. Rosenthal says the deal includes an opt-out after the first three years, a full no-trade clause for the first three years and a limited no-trade for the final two years. ESPN's Marly Rivera said the limited no-trade portion stipulates that Chapman can't be dealt to a team in California. Chapman will return to being the Yankees' closer, with Dellin Betances moving back to a setup role.
Dec 7 - 11:41 PM

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that the "expectation" is the Pirates will keep Andrew McCutchen.

The Pirates were unable to work out a trade of McCutchen to the Nationals, and the Nats have their center fielder now after dealing for Adam Eaton. There doesn't appear to be a ton of interest in him from other teams at this point, although that certainly could change. For now, it sounds like the Pirates will hang on to Cutch and consider moving him to a corner outfield spot.
Dec 7 - 11:29 PM
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