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MLB Week-in-Review: Levine joins Twins, Rockies managerial candidates

Here are this week’s top headlines.

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Minnesota found its new general manager, and the Rockies are still seeking their ideal managerial candidate. Here are this week’s top headlines.

Kyle Schwarber returns

Schwarber was activated before the start of the World Series.

A reminder Jonathan Lucroy could have joined the Indians

But instead, he accepted a trade to Texas, which didn’t make the playoffs.

Danny Salazar makes Cleveland’s World Series roster

Salazar received the opportunity to participate in the World Series.

Rockies considering Tim Wallach

Wallach is a candidate to serve as Colorado’s next manager.

Twins hire Thad Levine

Levine will be tasked with keeping Minnesota competitive starting next season.

Drew Pomeranz won’t need surgery

This is good news in general but perhaps the best news for the Padres.

Yoenis Cespedes expected to opt-out

That doesn’t mean he won’t be returning to New York, though.

What should the Cubs do with Jason Heyward?

A trade seems like an option, at least for now.

James Shields will opt-in to final two years of his contract

Shields will remain with the White Sox for two more years.

Five landing spots for Jose Bautista

Toronto should really be an option.

Mets interested in keeping Bartolo Colon

It’s a question of whether they can afford to.