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Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes that reliever Bryan Shaw has received multi-year contract offers from two teams.

Hoynes doesn't specify the two teams, but speculates that the Mets are likely one of them, adding weight to the reporting of Mike Puma of the New York Post, who has heard similar rumblings from the Mets' front office in recent days. Shaw's former pitching coach in Cleveland, Mickey Callaway, is now the manager of the Mets. The 30-year-old Shaw has an excellent 3.13 ERA in his career with 398 strikeouts in 446 1/3 innings. His 378 appearances in the last five years led all major league pitchers over that span. He made $4.6 million in his last year of arbitration in 2017 with the Indians. It is possible the Indians could be the second team to offer him a long-term contract as they have said they would love to have him back if he doesn't price himself out of town.
Nov 24 - 9:22 PM

Former Phillies pitcher Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez was killed in a traffic accident in his native Cuba.

He was just 34 years of age. Gonzalez was a big signing for the Phillies back in 2013 but ultimately disappointed, making just six appearances with the big club before being released in 2016. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
Nov 24 - 4:00 PM

Blue Jays catching prospect Max Pentecost was pulled from Arizona Fall League play due to right shoulder discomfort.

The former first-round pick has had multiple surgeries on the shoulder and the renewed soreness is a major reason why the Jays didn't add him to the 40-man roster, exposing him to the Rule 5 Draft. Toronto is betting on Pentecost not being selected due to his injury issues in addition to his stalled development. Pentecost still hasn't advanced past A-ball even though he was drafted out of Kennesaw State in 2014.
Nov 24 - 3:06 PM

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that Jamie Romak has re-signed with the SK Wyverns of the Korea Baseball Organization.

Romak, 32, batted .242/.344/.554 with 31 homers over 102 games in Korea this past season. He hasn't played in the majors since 2015.
Nov 24 - 12:18 PM

Marlins signed INF Yadiel Rivera to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.

Rivera, 25, has hit .183/.202/.232 over 88 plate appearances over parts of the last three seasons in the majors. He'll provide infield depth.
Nov 24 - 11:58 AM
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