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- The Padres are close to signing Wil Myers to a six-year extension that is reportedly worth more than $80 million.
- Here’s a look at what’s happening around the American League West.
- The Angels are interested in Matt Wieters, who might still be an option for the Orioles.
- San Diego signed Tyson Ross, who the Cubs reportedly were very interested in adding to their rotation.
- After adding Jeff Mathis earlier this offseason, the Diamondbacks signed veteran catcher Chris Iannetta.
- Why isn’t anyone signing Chris Carter? Perhaps because he isn’t very versatile.
- The Padres are close to signing Trevor Cahill, who likely will receive an opportunity to join their starting rotation.
- Colorado avoided arbitration with Charlie Blackmon, who received a deal worth more than $7 million.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 2002, the Giants signed Barry Bonds to a five-year, $90 million deal.