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- Yowza, the Mets and Cleveland came close to a Jason Kipnis trade, but sadly, no dice.
- The Blue Jays have avoided arbitration with Josh Donaldson with a record deal.
- Both the Red Sox and the Diamondbacks remain in play for J.D. Martinez.
- Okay everyone, now for real this time: the Pirates have traded pitcher Gerrit Cole to the Astros.
- The White Sox have signed Miguel Gonzalez to a 1-year deal.
- The Mets have signed veteran Adrian Gonzalez.
- The Padres have signed Brad Hand to a 3-year extension.
- The Nationals have re-signed Howie Kendrick to a 2-year deal.
- We made a playlist to represent this slow, agonizing, empty, tumbleweed-filled ghost town of an MLB offseason.
- The Twins have signed Addison Reed to a 2-year deal.
- Flaming Stove Alert! The Pirates have traded franchise stronghold Andrew McCutchen to the Giants.
- The Nationals have signed Edwin Jackson to a minor-league deal, ruining the hopes of everyone looking to see if he’ll break the MLB most teamed played for record.
- The Athletics are interested in Tony Watson and Brian Duensing. Not to be confused with The Athletic, which hopefully neither of them will be signing with.
- Lance Lynn really shouldn’t be looking for a job in January.
- The Pirates have signed Felipe Rivero to a 4-year extension.
- Speak of the devil, huh? Turns out that the Yankees have made an offer to Yu Darvish.
- The Blue Jays have signed Curtis Granderson to a 1-year deal.
- The arbitration deadline passed, which means something actually happened.
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