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MLB trade rumors and news for March 6th, 2017

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Good morning baseball fans!

Here is a roundup of everything going around in the American League West.

  • Red Sox fans, don’t panic. The David Price news is not the worst thing in the world.
  • Mets outfielder Jay Bruce didn’t think he would be back with New York in 2017, according to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale.
  • Rougned Odor and the Rangers haven’t gained much ground on an extension.
  • Lorenzo Cain, an impending free agent, is open to an extension with the Royals.
  • Is 2017 really going to be the year of the Houston Astros or is that just what we’re saying about the 29 teams as well?
  • Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is expected to sell the team before the end of the year, according to Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald.
  • Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs didn’t have much success in his first outing of the spring.
  • EVERYONE TO THEIR BATTLE STATIONS! There might actually be some progress on this whole pace of play mess.
  • Todd Frazier could return Wednesday, according to CSN Chicago’s Dan Hayes.
  • Royals outfielder Brandon Moss has been plagued by back stiffness, according to Rustin Dodd of The Kansas City Star.

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Offseason Trade Tracker

2016-17 Free Agent Tracker

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