Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

Angels: The Angels are making progress in their search for a second baseman, starting pitcher and fourth outfielder, while also exploring smaller deals to potentially set up a larger move down the road. More »

Astros: The Astros are reluctant to deal from their core of Major League players, but they have been linked to White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana and would likely have to give up some top prospects to land a quality starter. More »

Hot Stove Tracker

Athletics: The A's continue to do their due diligence in trade conversations as they look to find a center fielder, second baseman and veteran starting pitcher. More »

Blue Jays: Despite rumors that Edwin Encarnacion could be headed for a return to the Blue Jays, general manager Ross Atkins poured cold water on the notion of a reunion with the free-agent slugger. More »

Braves: The Braves have kicked the tires on White Sox left-hander Quintana, who is on the trading block, but Atlanta ultimately feels it would be better off waiting for its pitching prospects to blossom into big league starters. More »

Hart on being competitive in '17

Brewers: After dealing several late-inning relievers in the last year, the Brewers are now among the teams competing for former closers on the free-agent market, targeting those in the tier below elite options Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen. More »

Cardinals: The Cardinals are still seeking an impact outfielder this winter, but the high cost of acquiring one via trade -- St. Louis is reluctant to deal top prospect Alex Reyes -- could delay the process. More »

Cubs: The Cubs found their closer in the Royals' Wade Davis, sending Jorge Soler to Kansas City in exchange for the All-Star reliever. More »

Davis on joining Cubs

D-backs: Even with Fernando Rodney in tow, pending a physical, the D-backs continue to explore bringing in further relief help. More »

Dodgers: The Dodgers are still in the market for a closer and third baseman, but aren't expected to make any moves before leaving Winter Meetings on Thursday. Re-signing Jansen and/or Justin Turner remain options to fill those needs. More »

Giants: The Giants sent right-hander Chris Heston to the Mariners on Wednesday for a player to be named later. The move cleared space on the 40-man roster for Mark Melancon. More »

Indians: Looking to inject power into their lineup, the Indians have been tied to free agents Encarnacion, Chris Carter, Adam Lind and Michael Saunders, though a reunion with Mike Napoli remains a possibility. More »

Mariners: General manager Jerry Dipoto found the mid-rotation starter he was looking for, acquiring right-hander Heston from the Giants in exchange for a player to be named later. More »

Marlins: The Marlins addressed several needs Wednesday, signing left-hander Jeff Locke, right-handed reliever Dustin McGowan and backup catcher A.J. Ellis to one-year deals. More »

Hill on adding depth

Mets: The Mets will look to within for offensive improvement next year, particularly to Travis d'Arnaud, who is already working with new third-base coach Glenn Sherlock this winter. More »

Nationals: The Nationals made a major move on Day 3, acquiring Adam Eaton from the White Sox in exchange for three of their top prospects, including pitcher Lucas Giolito. More »

Orioles: Orioles manager Buck Showalter said the club has not ruled out bringing back Mark Trumbo, Matt Wieters and Pedro Alvarez, all of whom are free agents. More »

Showalter on Trumbo's future

Padres: With much of their rotation in flux, the Padres have centered their offseason pursuits on acquiring starting pitching. They're looking to add at least three big league-caliber arms this winter. More »

Phillies: It's likely to be a quiet offseason for the Phillies, who are focused on staying the course, confident their rebuild plan will produce results. More »

Pirates: Despite persistent trade rumors, the Pirates may leave the Winter Meetings without dealing away star Andrew McCutchen. More »

Rangers: The Rangers could still add another bat to their lineup this winter, but don't expect them to pursue the most costly free agents like Encarnacion. More »

Rangers bring back Gomez for OF

Rays: While the Rays are preparing for Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, where they have the fourth overall selection, they were rumored to still be fielding calls Wednesday on pitchers Chris Archer, Erasmo Ramirez and Alex Colome. More »

Red Sox: A day after dealing for ace left-hander Chris Sale, the Red Sox were listening to offers on their mid-rotation starters, including Steven Wright, Drew Pomeranz and Clay Buchholz. More »

Reds: Reds general manager Dick Williams said there's no urgency for the Reds to force a trade this week as much of the interest has been centered on players they don't want to deal. More »

High Heat: Dick Williams on Reds

Rockies: The Rockies surprised by agreeing to a five-year, $70 million deal with Ian Desmond on Wednesday, backing up claims that Colorado is operating with an increased payroll this year. More »

Royals: The Royals added some pop to their lineup, acquiring outfielder Soler from the Cubs in exchange for closer Davis. More »

Moore on trading for Soler

Tigers: The Tigers haven't turned out to be big sellers yet, and they still have a hole to fill in center field, with Ben Revere and Austin Jackson possible short-term fits. More »

Twins: The Twins are still listening to offers for second baseman Brian Dozier and are fielding offers for the No. 1 pick in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft. More »

White Sox: For the second time in two days, the White Sox restocked their farm system by trading away an established big leaguer, this time sending Eaton to the Nationals for three top pitching prospects, including Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez. More »

White Sox gain trio of prospects

Yankees: Matt Holliday is officially a Yankee now that his one-year, $13 million contract has been finalized. He's expected to bat in the middle of the lineup and serve as a designated hitter and corner outfielder. More »