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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for January 31, 2016

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Another major trade was made Saturday, with the Brewers and Diamondbacks agreeing to a five player deal that sent Jean Segura to Arizona.

Arizona has reportedly been hoping to move a second baseman and did so Saturday, trading Aaron Hill, Isan Diaz and starter Chase Anderson to Milwaukee in exchange for shortstop Jean Segura and reliever Tyler Wagner.

Former Braves outfielder Andruw Jones could be announcing his retirement in the coming days.

Kansas City is working on extending catcher Salvador Perez.

Adam LaRoche will have to win the starting DH job this spring:

Travis Snyder receives a minor league deal from the Royals:

Seattle is likely done making large moves this off-season.

There is a chance Howie Kendrick receives playing time at third base in 2016:

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