Where will Tomas end up? 

November, 21, 2014
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The race to sign Yasmany Tomas may at long last be coming to a conclusion, and it appears that the Atlanta Braves and San Diego Padres are the final two teams left in the running for the free agent.

Pirates solidify 1B situation? 

November, 21, 2014
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In order to free up some room on their 40-man roster for players they believe have a future with the organization, the Pittsburgh Pirates designated Ike Davis for assignment, a move which likely ends his relationship with the team.

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Could Reds trade Bruce? 

November, 21, 2014
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The Cincinnati Reds continue to explore options for next season that include making an upgrade in the outfield -- perhaps in the form of free agents like Nori Aoki, Torii Hunter and Mike Morse, but more likely through a trade.

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Could Nats deal Zimmermann? 

November, 20, 2014
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During the recent general manager meetings in Arizona, there were rumors that the Washington Nationals were considering a trade that would send Jordan Zimmermann to the Chicago Cubs. Though that speculation was quickly quashed at the time, don't be surprised to see them resurface.

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Cabrera to the White Sox? 

November, 20, 2014
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With the Toronto Blue Jays having opened up the vault to sign catcher Russell Martin, and now potentially being in the mix to sign third baseman Pablo Sandoval as well, the chances of them coming to terms with outfielder Melky Cabrera are looking less and less likely.

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Will Red Sox up offer to Lester? 

November, 20, 2014
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The price tag for free agent Jon Lester is believed to be in the neighborhood of six years for $130-$150 million, and as Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston reports, the Boston Red Sox "made a contract offer" to the pitcher when he met with the team's owners earlier this week.

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Dodgers stuck with Haren? 

November, 20, 2014
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After rumors started to surface that the Los Angeles Dodgers may be shopping Dan Haren to other teams, the veteran pitcher drew a line in the sand that, for all intents and purposes, puts the kibosh on any potential deal.

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Who will Marlins target next? 

November, 20, 2014
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Now that the Miami Marlins have come to terms with Giancarlo Stanton, the big question is what other moves the organization is prepared to make in order to field a competitive team in 2015.

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Jays looking to steal Sandoval? 

November, 20, 2014
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Free agent Pablo Sandoval has had his meetings with the Boston Red Sox, but no deal was signed before he left. That could give the San Francisco Giants a glimmer of hope of retaining the third baseman, but it also opened the door slightly for another team to step in.

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Royals target pair of pitchers? 

November, 19, 2014
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Pitcher James Shields, who helped lead the Kansas City Royals to an American League title in 2014, may not be getting as much attention as his fellow free agent Jon Lester is at the moment, but eventually he's sure to be at the forefront of negotiations with many teams.

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Astros interested in Anderson? 

November, 19, 2014
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Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Houston Astros, who are believed to be seeking some help in their rotation this winter, "have checked in on starting pitcher Brett Anderson, a lefty who lives in Houston and can be dominant when healthy."

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Which top free agent is next to sign? 

November, 19, 2014
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The baseball world has seen several big deals come to fruition over the past few days, including the four-player trade that sent Jason Heyward to the St. Louis Cardinals and the huge contract extension that could keep Giancarlo Stanton on the Miami Marlins for more than a decade, just to name a few.

So what player is the likeliest candidate to be the next to make big headlines by coming to terms on a new contract? Here's a look at the current favorites to be at a signing press conference in the near future:

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Will Ramirez be at SS for Dodgers? 

November, 19, 2014
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When Hanley Ramirez rejected the qualifying offer made to him by the Los Angeles Dodgers, it was expected that his time with the team was over and done with. However, the relationship may not be completely in the ground just yet.

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Swisher on way out of Cleveland? 

November, 19, 2014
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The Cleveland Indians signed Nick Swisher to a four-year, $56 million deal just before Christmas in 2012, but now it appears they're ready to send him packing. According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Indians are "exploring a wide range of options, including a trade of Swisher for another player with an inflated contract."

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Who replaces Butler in KC? 

November, 19, 2014
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With Billy Butler reportedly agreeing to a three-year, $30 million deal with the Oakland Athletics, the Kansas City Royals will now turn their attention to finding a replacement for him in their lineup for 2015.

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