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With the unique 2020 MLB season behind us, the hot stove season is underway. There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding this offseason, with the reduced revenues and looming labor issues making it unclear how willing teams will be to spend on acquiring players.
Of course, those figures will rise substantially if the Mets extend Francisco Lindor. And raises to arbitration-eligible players will inflate it as well.Arizona Diamondbacks
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But if the Mets are operating under the belief that they will have a DH, it's quite clear that finding a center fielder who can handle the position defensively should be their top remaining priority.Washington Nationals
“It’s even worse than Southern California here right now,” said Will Humble, executive director of the nonprofit Arizona Public Health Assn.
The A's bullpen lost the best reliever on the free agency market in Liam Hendriks, who agreed to a three-year, $54 million deal with the Chicago White Sox on Monday. While he’s irreplaceable, the team’s reliever situation sits strong. The addition of Turley just adds to their mix.Pittsburgh Pirates