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Koji Uehara told the Kyodo News over the weekend that he'll retire if he doesn't receive a major league deal.

The 42-year-old hurler made it perfectly clear that he isn't interested in a minor league deal. He also noted that 2018 will more than likely be his final season. Uehara owns a tremendous 2.66 ERA and 0.89 WHIP over his nine seasons in the big leagues and could certainly help many bullpens around the league provided he's healthy and over the back issues that plagued him in 2017.
Jan 21 - 11:09 PM

According to reports from Yahoo Japan, the Brewers have made a formal contract offer to free agent right-hander Yu Darvish.

Darvish recently announced that his list of suitors had narrowed to six teams: the Cubs, Astros, Rangers, Twins, Yankees and a mystery club. There had been speculation that the mystery club was the Dodgers, but it could very well be the Brew Crew. Despite adding Jhoulys Chacin and Yovani Gallardo, the Brewers still have a large void to fill at the top of their rotation and Darvish would be a massive upgrade.
Jan 21 - 9:11 PM

Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reports that the Brewers are getting close to a trade.

The club has been shopping dynamic outfielder Domingo Santana this offseason, but have yet to find a potential match in any deal. The Brewers have a logjam of outfielders, so making a move prior to the start of spring training seems like an inevitability.
Jan 21 - 5:44 PM

Dodgers signed RHP Andrew Robinson to a minor league contract.

The deal will presumably include in invitation to spring training, but that has yet to be confirmed. The 29-year-old hurler spent the 2017 season in the Nationals' organization, compiling a 3.69 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 47/13 K/BB ratio across 39 innings.
Jan 21 - 5:39 PM

According to Rhett Bollinger of, the Twins have still yet to discuss a long-term contract extension with second baseman Brian Dozier.

Dozier is entering the final year of the four-year, $20 million extension that he signed in 2015. He has expressed his desire to remain in Minnesota and his willingness to sign another extension, but to this point the Twins haven't approached him about one. The 30-year-old was an eighth round pick of the Twins in the 2009 draft and his spent his entire career with the organization.
Jan 21 - 4:19 PM
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