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Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports that the Dodgers and Royals are engaged in trade discussions, but that progress is slow.

Wade Davis is a logical target as the Dodgers weigh an alternative to free agents Kenley Jansen and Aroldis Chapman for the closer role, but they could also be talking about third baseman Mike Moustakas with Justin Turner's return in question. Davis and Moustakas are both due to become free agents after 2017.
Dec 6 - 3:15 PM

Mets manager Terry Collins said Tuesday that Curtis Granderson would be the starting center fielder if the season started today.

It doesn't and a lot could change between now and then. The Mets would prefer to trade Jay Bruce after re-signing Yoenis Cespedes last week, but Granderson is also drawing interest around the league. Juan Lagares is the only true center fielder on the Mets' roster, but he hasn't shown an ability hit consistently against right-handed pitching. Michael Conforto could also see time in center field depending on how things shake out.
Dec 6 - 3:10 PM

Mark Saxon of ESPN hears from a rival executive that the Cardinals' offer to free agent outfielder Dexter Fowler is in the same range as the four-year, $60 million offer from the Blue Jays.

Meanwhile, Fowler is aiming for a multi-year deal worth $18 million per season. The Blue Jays and Cardinals aren't that far off at the moment, so perhaps the first one willing to budge on the AAV (average annual value) will get him.
Dec 6 - 3:06 PM

Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette hears that the Pirates are among the teams who have expressed interest in free agent right-hander Daniel Hudson.

They apparently have plenty of company, as Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported on Sunday that 16 teams have shown interest. Hudson posted an ugly 5.22 ERA over 70 appearances with the Diamondbacks this past season, but he still misses plenty of bats and throws hard. He's a logical buy-low in a talented field of free agent relievers.
Dec 6 - 3:02 PM

Chris Cotillo of SB Nation reports that the Red Sox will cover the entire $31.5 million owed to Yoan Moncada.

670 The Score's Bruce Levine is hearing the same thing. The Red Sox inked Moncada with a bonus of $31.5 million in the spring of 2015 and a great deal of it has likely already been paid, though it will ultimately go down as a $63 million investment given the penalty involved. Moncada only ended up playing in eight games with the Red Sox, but the significant outlay involved didn't prevent Red Sox president Dave Dombrowksi from including him in the Chris Sale deal on Tuesday.
Dec 6 - 2:58 PM
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