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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 signed Moncada to a bonus worth $31.5 million in the spring of 2015, 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

Mets general manager Sandy Alderson has told teams that he has no intention of trading Robert Gsellman.

The Mets have received calls on Gsellman, but he's viewed as important rotation depth now that Bartolo Colon is out of the picture. The 23-year-old surprised with a 2.42 ERA and 42/15 K/BB ratio over 44 2/3 innings as a rookie in 2016.
Dec 6 - 2:49 PM

Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports that Derek Holland's current market appears to be the Pirates and White Sox.

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported late Monday night that the Cubs and Dodgers were showing interest, so things could still evolve here. But the Pirates have looked like a logical fit all along as the southpaw tries to get his career back on track. The 30-year-old posted a 4.95 ERA and 67/35 K/BB ratio over 107 1/3 innings this past season. He hasn't made 30 starts in a season since 2013.
Dec 6 - 2:45 PM

According to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, MLB officials told international scouting directors on Tuesday that that there will be no exception in regarding to the international spending limit if Japanese right-hander Shohei Otani is posted next offseason.

As part of the new collective bargaining agreement, there will be a new hard cap (around $6 million) on international spending for players 25 years old and under. There was some speculation in the media about a possible special exception in the case of an amazing talent like the 22-year-old Otani, but as of now, MLB officials aren't willing to do that. In other words, Otani would land a deal significantly below what he could receive if he waits until 2019. Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reported over the weekend that the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters were planning to post Otani after the 2017 season.
Dec 6 - 2:36 PM
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