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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for May 21, 2016

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Tim Lincecum passed his physical, making his one-year deal with the Angels official:

Lincecum drew interest from over 20 teams after throwing a showcase two weeks ago in Scottsdale, and was said to be choosing between the White Sox, Giants and Angels as of last week. He will likely go to the minors for a bit before joining the Angels' starting rotation, which has been decimated by injuries.

Neither the Twins nor the Rays have had much success in recent drafts.

What exactly is wrong with the Rangers' new stadium plans?

Josh Reddick is out 4-6 weeks with a broken thumb:

Reddick, 29, has been one of Oakland's most consistent contributors, hitting .322/.394/.466 with five home runs and 18 RBI. He is considered a top trade candidate in advance of the August 1 non-waiver trade deadline, though today's news at least slightly threatens his availability.

Things aren't looking good for Carson Smith:

Phil Coke has been out-righted:

Ryan Jackson is heading to Los Angeles:

Cincinnati had to make room for another outfielder:

Sean Burnett decided to opt out of his Braves contract:

Shin-Soo Choo is headed back to right field:

There is a chance Matt Harvey doesn't start Tuesday:

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