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The Giancarlo Stanton trade buzz will keep the hot stove stifling this offseason. Follow along with the latest rumors with our story stream here.
- The Twins are interested in acquiring Gerrit Cole and Jake Odorizzi.
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- The Mets are interested in relievers Bryan Shaw and Joe Smith.
- Minnesota is not joking around when it comes to its pitching staff next season, going after both Darivsh and Ohtani.
- The Blue Jays, Rockies, and Rangers are all in on Jake Arrieta.
- Two ~ mystery ~ teams have made offers to reliever Bryan Shaw. I love the smell of a good mystery team in the morning.
- We have our first free agent signing of this winter! The Rangers have signed pitcher Doug Fister.
- Jon Jay is reportedly discussing a deal with the Mariners.
- The Rangers are still showing interest in both Alex Cobb and Lance Lynn.
- The Braves are actively shopping Matt Adams, who could end up being dealt by Friday.
- The Mariners have re-signed Hisashi Iwakuma to a minor-league deal.
- The Nationals are interested in working out a Jordan Zimmermann trade with the Tigers.
- The New York Mets are currently considering first baseman Adam Lind.
- Giancarlo Stanton has submitted his priority list of teams, though no trade appears close.
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