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MLB trade rumors and new for December 10th, 2016

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The Braves signed Emilio Bonifacio to a minor league deal Friday afternoon:

Utilityman Emilio Bonifacio is headed back to the Braves on a minor-league deal, a source tells SB Nation. The 31-year old has spent 24 games with Atlanta last season, hitting .211 in 38 at-bats.

Bonifacio is a veteran of 10 major-league seasons and will provide versatile depth at Triple-A Gwinnett to open the season.

The Cardinals signed Dexter Fowler to a five-year deal worth more than $80 million.

Washington, Miami and Los Angeles seem to be among the top three teams interested in Kenley Jansen.

Houston added some infield depth:

Don’t look past the Phillies’ decision to add relatively inexpensive left-handed relief help:

Boston signed Junior Lake to add some outfield depth:

Philadelphia is hoping its minor league signings payoff, and this one might:

This isn’t the best of news for the Brewers:

It now seems the Pirates are unlikely to trade Andrew McCutchen, according to’s Adam Berry.

Houston added some left-handed depth:

Texas might be the team that ends up signing Edwin Encarnacion:

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2016 Winter Meetings Tracker

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