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NL Central: Neftali Feliz close to deal with Brewers

Here’s all the news happening around the National League Central.

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The Brewers are close to polishing off a deal with closer Neftali Feliz. Per multiple reports, the contract looks to be around one-year, $6M. Feliz has battled the last few seasons feeling the after affects of his Tommy John surgery from 2013. The 28-year old spent last year in the Pirates bullpen.

Here’s what else is happening around the National League Central:

  • These are your top five Cubs prospects to look forward to watching next season.
  • The Cardinals outfield depth could be...better. Like much, much, better.
  • Cozart has settled his salary grievances and now the Reds have avoided going to arbitration hearings four times. I wish I could avoid my problems that gracefully.
  • The Pirates are avoiding arbitration with Jordy Mercer, so that’s a little nugget of good news for your morning.
  • The Brewers and Chase Anderson still have a decent sized gap in their arbitration figures.
  • The World Champion Chicago Cubs visited the White House and here are all the heartwarming pictures.
  • The Cardinals will head to an arbitration hearing with Carlos Martinez.
  • Cincinnati is interested in pitcher Greg Holland.
  • How will Joey Votto make it to the Hall of Fame, if he gets to that path?
  • Despite having troubles with Anderson, Milwaukee has avoided hearings with Wily Peralta and Carlos Torres.
  • Here are all the juicy statistical projections for what the 2017 Cardinals could potentially look like.
  • The Pirates have an addiction drafting “prep pitchers”.
  • David Ross has been named a Cubs Special Assistant because why would anyone want to spend less time with Grandpa Ross.