Vegas — The Winter Meetings have come and goneand most of the significant agents continue to be available.

The same holds for the transaction market, though Thursday morning’s three-team commerce took Carlos Santana away from the industry.

Vegas — The Winter Meetings have come and goneand most of the significant agents continue to be available.

The same holds for the transaction market, though Thursday morning’s three-team commerce took Carlos Santana away from the industry.

To this time, the starting pitching market has been the most busy, using Patrick Corbin, Nathan Eovaldi, J.A. Happ, Charlie Morton along with Lance Lynn all agreeing to prices, some which may have not been formally announced.

The 2 main names available continue to be Manny Machado and Bryce Harper, though neither is expected to sign before the end of the season.

Teams used the four weeks to kick the tires onto a number of fronts, gaining traction on both the free-agent and transaction niches. Here’s where the market stands Whilst the baseball planet renders Lasvegas:

Manny Machado

The superstar shortstop wasn’t at vegas this week, even though his agent, Dan Lozano, talked with teams about Machado. Phillies the Yankees and White Sox are in the mix for Machado, who’ll commence meeting at the days that are coming. Though it’s uncertain which club A team that was fourth is also still believed to be in play for the allstar.
Potential match: Yankees

Video: Machado will reportedly meet with 3 groups

Bryce Harper
Harper along with his agent, Scott Boras, met with clubs at their package at the Aria Resort and Casino this week, getting a feel for that superstar outfielder’s market. Though teams including the Cubs and Dodgers are monitoring the situation, the Phillies and White Sox appear to have interest. The Yankees insist they aren’t in on Harper, taking a club from their picture.
Potential match: Phillies

Dallas Keuchel
as the rest of the starting pitching market has been landing new prices, Keuchel — believed to function as the overburdened free-agent newcomer behind Corbin — has been relatively quiet. The Phillies and Reds seem to be the two most obvious candidates to sign up for former Cy Young winner, though it remains to be seen years Keuchel will get. He is believed to be hunting six, though he may need to pay with a average annual value for five, or even four.
Potential match: Reds

Craig Kimbrel
The star closer is allegedly seeking a whole lot worth worth more than $100 million, which could blow away the previous list of five decades and $86 million signed by Aroldis Chapman two decades ago. Executives cast doubt though he can easily get five decades and upwards of 75 million, that Kimbrel will be able to score that type of contract. The Red Sox are considered having moved from their own closer, however, they remain a landing spot together with the Braves, Cardinals and Phillies.
Potential match: Phillies

Video: MLB Today on Kimbrel Searching for a 6-year bargain

Yasmani Grandal
The seemingly endless saga of J.T. Realmuto has been supporting the market to get free-agent catchers, so Grandal along with Wilson Ramos will more than likely need to wait until the Marlins go their catcher. But the Mets and White Sox are one of the teams which were linked to Grandal, so once the Realmuto situation is settled, he should find a deal.
Potential match: White Sox

Video: Grandal becomes free agent in 20-19

With Reds, Dodgers, Braves and the Mets reported to be more interested pollock is regarded as the very best outfielder available.
Potential match: Braves

Video: A.J. Pollock is hitting the Free Agent marketplace

J.T. Realmuto

Besides Machado and Harper, no name has been uttered as much this week as Realmuto, who has been rumored to be headed to least a half-dozen clubs at various points this offseason. Dodgers and the Mets appear to be one of probably the suitors, be it at a deal with perhaps a trade or the Marlins. Realmuto’s scenario is holding the rest of the grabbing market, but the teams Searching for a elite Back Stop all seem to have him beneath their listing, viewing free agents Grandal along with Ramos as Plan B.
Potential match: Mets

Video: Marlins could use J.T. Realmuto as a trade piece

The Dodgers have been viewed since the most obvious candidate to deal for a few — likely Kluber, whom they can set with Clayton Kershaw to produce a deadly 12 combination — though multiple teams stay in the combination. The Reds were believed to be speaking with their competitions, too.
Potential matches: Dodgers (Kluber); Reds (Bauer)

Video: Bell on Indians possibly moving Kluber or Bauer

Yasiel Puig
The Dodgers are earnestly attempting to move Puig and/or Matt Kemp within an effort to clean their over-crowded outfield circumstances. The Reds have spoken with Cincinnati about several deals between each of these, also putting left hander Alex Wood in to the mix, with righthander Homer Bailey potentially moving back to Los Angeles. The White Sox, Mets and Cardinals are also trade partners to the Dodgers. It’s unquestionably a situation, while nothing looks imminent.
Potential match: Reds

Video: Duquette breaks Dodgers’ outfielder excess

Appear to be interested from past third baseman and the outfielder, although Astros, Phillies and Indians have also been linked.
Potential match: Braves

Video: Castellanos can provide large bat to fresh team

Noah Syndergaard
The newest rumor in the may have been the possible three-team trade that would have delivered Realmuto to the Mets along with Syndergaard to the Yankees, though the chances of the Mets shipping their star pitcher round town seemed remote at best. That said GM Brodie Van Wagenen has been considering taking the task, ultra-aggressive, thus there remains a Syndergaard deal potential. Different executives believe he will remain with the Mets to start the summer growing season, although Padres remain hot for the right-hander — provided top potential Fernando Tatis Jr.. Isn’t included in the deal.
Potential match: Padres

Video: Van Wagenen discusses Syndergaard on MLB Tonight


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