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Yahoo's Tim Brown reports that the Dodgers are targeting Japanese closer Yoshihisa Hirano.

The Cardinals and Tigers are also looking at the 33-year-old Hirano, who has racked up 143 saves for Orix the last five seasons. Obviously, if he wants a chance to close in the majors, the Dodgers won't be on his list. He might be content as a setup man, though.
Dec 15 - 1:34 AM

The New York Post's George King says that Clint Frazier might be involved in the Gerrit Cole talks between the Pirates and Yankees.

Until the inevitable deal comes, Frazier is going to be a part of just about every rumor bringing a significant name to the Yankees. He's probably not as high of a priority as the Pirates as he would be for some other teams -- they hope to soon have Austin Meadows ready to step in if they trade Andrew McCutchen -- but he'd still be a candidate to be involved in a trade, likely with a pitching prospect or two.
Dec 15 - 1:31 AM

Royals signed third baseman-outfielder Cody Asche to a minor league contract.

Asche hit just .105/.177/.175 in 57 at-bats after making the White Sox out of spring training last year, and he never returned to the majors after being sent down in mid-May. He'll be a fallback option for the Royals.
Dec 14 - 8:30 PM

Victor Martinez, who missed the last month of the season due to an irregular heartbeat that required an ablation procedure, is healthy and has been working out since early November.

Martinez will almost certainly be the Tigers' primary DH to begin next season, though if the opportunity comes to trade him, the team shouldn't hesitate to take advantage. He wouldn't seem to have much left to offer for fantasy purposes.
Dec 14 - 6:40 PM

ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Diamondbacks have also checked in on Manny Machado.

Arizona has 2017 All-Star Jake Lamb at third base and a handful of decent shortstop options, so an upgrade for the left side of the infield wasn't on their priority list. Still, when a talent like Machado becomes available, it's worth checking in. Olney thinks the White Sox and the Cardinals have the best offers out for Machado right now.
Dec 14 - 4:50 PM
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