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John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Giants "have had discussions" on J.D. Martinez.

The Giants are very likely to get at least one big bat this winter, and they've been heavily connected to Giancarlo Stanton via the trade route and now Martinez via the free agent route. Martinez's agent, Scott Boras, is reportedly seeking a seven-year, $210 million contract for his client. The Red Sox have also been linked with Martinez and the Diamondbacks are expected to make an effort to re-sign him.
Nov 17 - 2:12 PM's Bryan Hoch reports that ESPN broadcaster Aaron Boone interviewed for the Yankees' manager job on Friday.

The Yankees are casting a wide net in their search to replace Joe Girardi, and that includes Boone, who has no coaching experience at any level. Joel Sherman of the New York Post wrote earlier this week of Boone that the Yankees "are intrigued if his charisma and passion can compensate for inexperience." Boone would seem to be a long shot to get the job, but no favorites appear to have emerged to this point.
Nov 17 - 1:35 PM

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that "multiple MLB teams have shown interest" in Jay Jackson.

Jackson, 30, is a former Cubs prospect who made it up briefly to the majors in 2015 before pitching in Japan for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp the last two seasons. He's been one of the top relievers in Japan's Central League the last two years, posting a 1.86 ERA and 144/42 K/BB ratio over 130 1/3 innings. Assuming he returns to MLB, Jackson would likely have to settle for a minor league contract.
Nov 17 - 1:12 PM

Braves senior advisor John Hart announced his resignation on Friday.

It was looking like Hart would keep his job amidst MLB's investigation into the team's practices in Latin America, but he had been slated for a reduced role following the hiring of Alex Anthopoulos as general manager. Rather than accept that, Hart has decided to step aside and pursue other opportunities.
Nov 17 - 11:59 AM

1B Carlos Santana rejected the Indians' one-year, $17.4 million qualifying offer.

Santana had a rough first half in his walk year but rebounded big time after the All-Star break to ultimately finish with a .259/.363/.455 batting line and 23 home runs. He'll turn 32 just after Opening Day in 2018 but won't have trouble landing a big contract this winter.
Nov 17 - 11:46 AM
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