Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Angels: In search of pitching and a fourth outfielder, the Angels are said to be targeting a pair of veterans in right-hander Bud Norris and switch-hitting outfielder Coco Crisp. More »

Astros: Looking to add another starting pitcher to bolster their rotation, the Astros could be pursuing trades for the likes of Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi, Oakland's Sonny Gray or Boston's Drew Pomeranz. More »

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Athletics: The A's have cast a wide net in their search for a center fielder, and have engaged the Royals in preliminary trade talks regarding Jarrod Dyson. More »

Blue Jays: The Blue Jays seemingly haven't closed the door on re-signing Jose Bautista, as they met with his representation on Tuesday for the first time since February. More »

Braves: The Braves were among the contenders to acquire Chris Sale, but the price proved too costly as the White Sox dealt their ace to Boston. More »

Brewers: The Brewers began the day by dealing reliever Tyler Thornburg to the Red Sox for prospects and infielder Travis Shaw. Shaw is expected to be Milwaukee's primary third baseman, putting Scooter Gennett's role in limbo. More »

Stearns on deal with Red Sox

Cardinals: The Cardinals are already looking ahead to Spring Training, where they aim to alter their approach this year to promote efficiency and keep their players fresh. More »

Cubs: Continuing their quest to add a late-inning reliever, the Cubs have engaged in talks to acquire Royals closer Wade Davis, with USA Today reporting a deal involving Jorge Soler is done pending physicals. More »

D-backs: Brandon Drury could see additional playing time at second base after spending the majority of his first full year in the Majors in the outfield, where he had never played before. More »

Dodgers: The Dodgers continue to talk to their top two free agents, closer Kenley Jansen and third baseman Justin Turner, with the expectation being they will sign one. More »

Roberts on learning from 2016

Giants: The Giants' top prospects, infielder Christian Arroyo and right-hander Tyler Beede, are likely to begin the 2017 season at Triple-A Sacramento, Giants general manager Bobby Evans announced Tuesday. More »

Indians: The Indians would like to bring back Mike Napoli on a one-year deal, but the free-agent slugger is said to be looking for a multiyear contract. More »

Mariners: The Mariners are rumored to have joined the bidding for Mark Trumbo, an interesting development given that general manager Jerry Dipoto has twice traded away the slugger. More »

Marlins: Miami is poised to aggressively pursue at least one late-inning reliever on the open market this week. The Marlins have been linked to elite, and costly, closers Aroldis Chapman and Jansen, as well as more affordable options like Koji Uehara and Brad Ziegler. More »

Hill on offseason strategy

Mets: Terry Collins enters the final year of his contract with what may be his best roster yet and hopes of winning a World Series with this group. More »

Nationals: After missing out on Sale, the Nationals moved on to other offseason pursuits, specifically the club's needs in the outfield and bullpen. More »

Orioles: While the Orioles wait for the market for free-agent slugger Mark Trumbo to come down, executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette was busy discussing trade possibilities with three or four teams regarding outfield and catching. More »

Orioles keep tabs on Trumbo

Padres: General manager A.J. Preller says he's fielding calls on his outfielders, with Travis Jankowski most likely to be moved, and the Padres are said to have interest in Rangers shortstop Hanser Alberto. More »

Phillies: Manager Pete Mackanin reiterated his desires for the Phillies to bring another productive everyday hitter into the fold this winter. His club has been linked to a number of outfielders said to be available for trade. More »

Pirates: The Pirates are remaining open-minded in their pursuit of starting pitching. The Bucs are seeking a player who can contribute a high volume of innings to slot into their rotation behind Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon. More »

Rangers: The Rangers are still searching for more starting pitching, and have talked to the Reds about right-handers Dan Straily and Anthony DeSclafani, while also considering a reunion with Colby Lewis. More »

Rays: While the Rays continue to field trade offers for starting pitchers Chris Archer, Alex Cobb, Drew Smyly and Odorizzi, the club's top priority remains an upgrade at catcher and they have reached a two-year agreement with Wilson Ramos, pending a physical. More »

Ramos agrees to pending deal

Red Sox: The Red Sox made the biggest splash yet at the Winter Meetings by acquiring ace left-hander Sale from the White Sox, which could lead Boston to try to trade away Clay Buchholz and his $13.5 million salary for next season. More »

Reds: The Rangers are among the teams Reds general manager Dick Williams has engaged in trade discussions with this week. Talks have reportedly centered around Texas reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who would address a need for Cincinnati. More »

Rockies: The Rockies are operating with an increased payroll this offseason and were looking to fill their opening at first base, seemingly putting them in the mix for high-priced options like Trumbo and Edwin Encarnacion. Instead, they agreed to terms with Ian Desmond on a reported five-year, $70 million contract. More »

Black on pitching philosophy

Royals: With a number of trade chips in hand, the Royals fielded calls from the Dodgers and Cubs regarding closer Davis, while also listening to offers for Mike Moustakas and Dyson, among others. More »

Tigers: General manager Al Avila says he's fielding a lot of calls on left-hander Justin Wilson, who has drawn the most trade interest among the Tigers' group of non-closing relievers. More »

Twins: With a new front office in place, the Twins continue to listen to trade offers for second baseman Brian Dozier, starter Ervin Santana, reliever Brandon Kintzler and first baseman Kennys Vargas. More »

White Sox: A rebuilding process is under way for the White Sox, who acquired the top prospect in all of baseball, Yoan Moncada, in a five-player deal that sent ace Sale to Boston. More »

White Sox may overhaul roster

Yankees: The Yankees have tendered contract offers to Chapman and Jansen, the top closers available on the free-agent market. More »