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Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports that the Marlins are considering Brad Ziegler and Koji Uehara if they are unable to add Kenley Jansen or Aroldis Chapman.

Dec 6 - 8:26 AM

Kyle Schwarber (knee) will continue to rehab, but won't play winter ball.

The Cubs were considering sending Schwarber to winter ball in order to get some extra at-bats after his knee surgery, but general manager Jed Hoyer said Monday that they felt "he proved he could hit Major League pitching." The young slugger is capable of making a big impact in 2017, but it's unclear where he'll fit in the lineup. Hoyer said the club has yet to decide if he'll be an option to catch in 2017.
Dec 6 - 8:20 AM

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Cardinals met with the agents for Dexter Fowler on Monday and made an initial offer.

The Cardinals have mentioned as a fit for Fowler for a while, so it's no surprise that they are involved. The question is how far they are willing to go to get him. According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Blue Jays have made a four-year, $60 million offer, though his agents are aiming for $18 million annually on a multi-year deal.
Dec 6 - 8:11 AM
Jay Bruce - OF - Mets

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports hears that the Blue Jays still have some interest in Jay Bruce.

However, he adds that they're "offering little" for the Mets outfielder. The Mets are looking to trade Bruce after they re-signed Yoenis Cespedes, but they've received more interest on the market in Curtis Granderson. Bruce slugged 33 home runs in 2016, but he hit just .219/.294/.391 down the stretch for the Mets and his glove has really slipped in recent years.
Dec 6 - 12:02 AM

Tigers general manager Al Avila said Monday that Jordan Zimmermann went to a specialist and received "injections in certain parts of his neck that block those areas where he had pain."

Zimmermann posted a 0.55 ERA in April last season but then a 6.84 ERA the rest of the way as he battled through neck and groin ailments. Avila said Zimmermann "reports no pain" while doing physical therapy since the injections and is set to receive one more injection this winter. "He’s feeling very good right now and so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that that carries into spring training, into the season and that fixes everything," Avila said. While it's potentially good news that the injections have helped Zimmermann, this is still very much a fingers crossed situation. The health issues and drop in velocity make the righty a sketchy fantasy proposition going into 2017.
Dec 5 - 11:23 PM
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