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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for October 2, 2016

Kick your day off right with the latest news, rumors, and analysis covering what could, should, and will affect your club's roster.

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St. Louis isn’t planning to exercise Matt Holliday’s 2017 option:

Holliday, 36, had a slow offensive year with the Cardinals, posting a .244/.320/.459 average with 20 home runs and 61 RBIs. Holliday has proven to be a power threat throughout the course of his career, but his defense and running abilities appear to indicate he is regressing.

The Reds extended Bryan Price, and as a result, he will be managing next season and has an option for 2018:

While the Reds have been rebuilding and as a result haven’t had much success this season, they are just a game under five-hundred since the All-Star Break. They set a major league record for home runs allowed, though, and went 32-57 before the break.

San Diego is considering a position change for one of its catchers:

Jered Weaver wants to pitch in the majors again:

Kurt Suzuki cares about location when it comes to determining where to play:

Matt Holliday isn’t planning on retiring despite his contract situation with the Cardinals:

It seems the Braves don’t have an issue finding another manager internally:

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