Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Angels: The Angels are in wait-and-see mode, though general manager Billy Eppler confirmed he's looking to add a second baseman and a left-handed outfielder to come off the bench, in addition to pitching. More »

Astros: The Astros finalized their one-year, $16 million contract with Carlos Beltran, beefing up their lineup as they turn their attention to pitching. More »

Hot Stove Tracker

Athletics: Sonny Gray is drawing a lot of trade interest from a number of clubs, including the Braves and Royals, but the A's won't let their ace go for cheap. More »

Blue Jays: The Blue Jays appear to be moving on from Edwin Encarnacion after signing Steve Pearce to a two-year deal, while the club also remains in search of a pair of corner outfielders, a backup catcher and bullpen help. More »

Pearce headed to Blue Jays

Braves: The Braves say they will be opportunistic, not desperate, in their search for an ace. They've inquired about the availability of Chris Sale, Chris Archer and Gray. More »

Brewers: With the top free-agent pitcher, Rich Hill, now off the market, the door could be open for the Brewers to trade away their surplus of rotation arms. More »

Cardinals: The St. Louis front office is maintaining a flexible approach to offseason moves with an eye toward addressing its outfield needs. More »

Cubs: As the bullpen remains a priority for the Cubs this offseason, Royals closer Wade Davis emerged as a possible Chicago trade target. More »

D-backs: The D-backs officially brought free-agent catcher Jeff Mathis into the fold Monday, and will now turn their attention to other needs, particularly in their bullpen. Arizona figures to target relievers a tier or two below the elite options of Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen. More »

Dodgers: An emotional Hill addressed reporters Monday after signing a three-year, $48 million deal to stay in Los Angeles. More »

Hill returns to Dodgers

Giants: The Giants were big spenders Monday, announcing a four-year agreement with reliever Mark Melancon, a deal that's reportedly worth a total of $62 million. More »

Indians: Improving the offense is the top priority for the Indians, who have been linked to free agents Encarnacion, Chris Carter, Mitch Moreland and Adam Lind. More »

Mariners: The Mariners, in the market for starting pitching, are reportedly shopping veteran outfielder Seth Smith, and could potentially package him with a prospect to land a mid-level rotation piece. More »

Marlins: Miami entered the Winter Meetings aiming to upgrade the back end of its bullpen, and is exploring elite late-inning options Chapman and Jansen. More »

Hill looking to add a closer

Mets: Although the New York front office is more inclined to trade Jay Bruce this offseason, Curtis Granderson was the Mets outfielder teams expressed the most interest in on the first day of the Winter Meetings. More »

Nationals: Although the Nationals have surfaced in rumors surrounding some of the biggest names on both the trade and free-agent markets this winter, general manager Mike Rizzo downplayed Washington's urgency to make a blockbuster deal. More »

Orioles: While the Orioles have made it clear they would like to re-sign free-agent outfielder Mark Trumbo, who is reportedly seeking a contract in the $75 million range, Baltimore was again linked in trade talks with the Mets regarding outfielders Granderson and Bruce. More »

Dan Duquette on Trumbo

Padres: The Padres are looking to address their ever-revolving door at shortstop. With the scarcity of free-agent options, the club could look to make a trade. More »

Phillies: Linked to several big names on the trade market, the Phillies are looking to improve their roster while still maintaining opportunities for prospects to seize more playing time in 2017. More »

Pirates: Rumors continued to swirl around Pirates star Andrew McCutchen with the Dodgers joining the Nationals as another possible suitor. More »

Rangers: Outfielders were the name of the game for the Rangers, with Texas rumored to be interested in trading for the Cubs' Jorge Soler or the Reds' Billy Hamilton. More »

Rays: The Rays are in the market for an upgrade at catcher, with free-agent Welington Castillo rumored to be a potential target. More »

Red Sox: Having acquired setup man Tyler Thornburg from the Brewers, the Red Sox should have some money remaining to acquire a bat -- preferably a left-handed hitter. Free agent Pedro Alvarez is a name that has come up on the rumor mill. More »

Reds: The Reds continued to entertain offers on some of their young talent, including center fielder Hamilton, whom the Rangers have reportedly inquired about. More »

Reds need haul to trade Hamilton

Rockies: Seeking an upgrade at first base, the Rockies have been linked to free agents Trumbo and Encarnacion, in addition to rumored trade interest in White Sox slugger Jose Abreu. More »

Royals: Royals general manager Dayton Moore was busy discussing potential trades rumored to be involving Davis, Lorenzo Cain, Danny Duffy and Jarrod Dyson, among others. More »

Tigers: The Tigers say they don't need to dump salaries, which indicates they won't deal star players Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander unless they are wowed by an offer. More »

Tigers search for prospects

Twins: Making an appearance at the Winter Meetings for MLB's Under Armour partnership, Brian Dozier, a frequent subject of trade rumors, reaffirmed his desire to remain with the Twins. More »

White Sox: The White Sox are focused on the future, looking to amass "young, premium talent" in exchange for their most coveted assets, like ace Sale, on the trade market. More »

Yankees: The Yankees are looking for a closer on the free-agent market and are interested in signing Chapman or Jansen, the best available options. More »