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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for January 24, 2016

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Hanley Ramirez did not thrive as an outfielder with the Red Sox, and some are questioning how much success he will have at first base, according to Scott Lauber of The Boston Herald:

At the risk of stating the obvious, this one needs to go far better than the last. Ramirez was an unmitigated trainwreck in left field last season, statistically the worst defensive player in the American League, according to the metrics at FanGraphs.com. As much as he struggled with the physical aspects of his new position, his critics called into question his willingness to work to get better.

Tampa Bay is focusing on Corey Dickerson and Javier Baez in trade talks with the Rockies.

Who won the Yoenis Cespedes deal? The Mets and Dexter Fowler, for certain.

Nobody wants to take Washington's money. That's a major problem for the Nats.

Yu Darvish was not connected to his brother's gambling operation:

Multiple clubs have considered trading for Angels starter C.J. Wilson:

Before he signed with the Padres, Fernando Rodney was drawing interest from the Marlins.

Pittsburgh continues to lose members of its front office:

Houston might not be done making moves this off-season:

Tim Lincecum is hoping to join a major league club in 2016:

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