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MLB trade rumors and news for January 26th, 2017

Jump start your day off right with all the trade rumors and news floating around the MLB.

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Good morning, baseball fans!

Here’s a roundup of what’s going on in the National League Central.

  • The Dodgers acquire Logan Forsythe from the Rays in exchange for Jose De Leon.
  • LHP Brett Anderson inks a one-year, $3.5M deal with the Cubs pending a physical.
  • The Rockies sign Greg Holland to a one-year deal with an option for a second season.
  • Austin Jackson has signed a minor-league deal with Cleveland, because it’s that time of the year when nearly every veteran free agents signs a minor league contract.
  • Luis Valbuena has inked a 2-year, $15M deal with the Angels.
  • Looks like Jay Bruce will be staying on the Mets after all, so do with that what you will New York fans.
  • Phillies sign Ryan Hanigan to, YOU GUESSED IT FOLKS, a minor-league deal. Shocking.
  • The Giants have signed Nick Hundley to a one-year, $2M deal.
  • Greg Holland is drawing interest from both the Rockies and Nationals, which is quite the interesting combination this offseason.
  • The Rangers are only interested in Mike Napoli for a one-year contract, so maybe that party is going to be demoted to “book club at Napoli’s”.

Important Links:

MLB Injury Tracker

Offseason Trade Tracker

2016-17 Free Agent Tracker

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