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MLB Week-in-Review: Royals re-sign Alex Gordon

Gordon heads back to Kansas City as the outfield market begins to take shape.

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The outfield market started to take shape this week, as the Royals re-signed Alex Gordon and the Giants added Denard Span. Here is this week's news from around the league.

MLB Top Headlines:

Cliff Lee drawing interest

Lee wants to pitch again in 2016, but it will only be for a club that will compete for a World Series title in 2016.

Marlins sign Edwin Jackson

Jackson gets a one-year deal that includes a full no-trade clause and is worth $507.5K.

Diamondbacks interested in Howie Kendrick

Kendrick could join Arizona's infield next season.

Albert Pujols cleared to remove walking boot

Pujols underwent surgery in early November.

Mets, Orioles interested in Antonio Bastardo

Bastardo is likely seeking a three-year deal this off-season.

Royals re-sign Alex Gordon

Gordon gets a four-year, $72 million deal from Kansas City.

Pirates sign Neftali Feliz to one-year deal

Feliz joins the Pirates after spending last season between Texas and Pittsburgh.

Dodgers re-sign Brandon Beachy

Beachy gets a one-year deal to remain in Los Angeles.

Braves sign Kelly Johnson

Johnson gets a one-year deal that includes $1.5 million in incentives.

Market for Marcell Ozuna 'heating up'

Ozuna could be moved by the Marlins in exchange for pitching this off-season.

Brewers sign Chris Carter

Carter will be under Brewers control for three seasons.

Giants sign Denard Span

Span received a three-year deal to play in San Francisco.

Rockies aggressive in pursuit of Gerardo Parra

Parra could sign soon and the Rockies might make the best offer.

Nationals hire Dan Jennings

Jennings is set to become one of Washington's assistant GMs.

Padres interested in Alexei Ramirez, Ian Desmond

San Diego is still seeking a shortstop.

Nats, Jays swap Storen for Revere

Washington adds a leadoff hitter while the Blue Jays get a productive reliever.

Marlins targeting Wei-Yin Chen, Yaisel Sierra

Miami is still hoping to add pitching depth.