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CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that, in addition to the Diamondbacks, Johnny Cueto has received interest from the Dodgers, Giants, Red Sox and Cubs, among others.

It was reported earlier Monday that Cueto turned down a six-year, $120 million offer from the D'Backs. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick hears that the right-hander is looking for a contract in the $140-160 million range, and while it remains to be seen whether he'll get there, Heyman says "the market still favors Cueto." Since Cueto was traded during the 2015 season, the team that signs him this winter will not have to forfeit a draft pick.
Nov 30 - 5:01 PM

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that Barry Bonds "is under consideration" to become the Marlins' hitting coach.

Heyman says that the club's front office has "quietly been discussing this possibility for weeks." Frank Menechino is expected back as the Marlins' hitting coach, so it appears Bonds would be an assistant. Heyman notes that "it isn't known" whether Bonds would be willing to move from the West to the East coast. He's been a special instructor during spring training for the Giants the last few years.
Nov 30 - 4:55 PM

Twins signed C Juan Centeno to a minor league contract.

Centeno has hit .164/.227/.180 across 66 plate appearances over the last three seasons with the Mets and Brewers. He'll give the Twins some organizational catching depth.
Nov 30 - 4:48 PM

Twins re-signed LHP Aaron Thompson to a minor league contract.

Thompson elected free agency after being removed from the Twins' 40-man roster last month, but he's now back with the club. The southpaw held a 5.01 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 17/11 K/BB ratio across 32 1/3 innings. in 2015.
Nov 30 - 4:46 PM

Twins signed OF Joe Benson to a minor league contract.

Benson came up in the Twins organization and made it up to the majors in 2011, but he's fallen on hard times the last few years. The 27-year-old hit .248/.351/.361 between Double- and Triple-A with the Mets and Braves in 2015 and also spent some time in independent ball.
Nov 30 - 4:37 PM
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