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  1. The Mets did their work by adding Francisco Lindor. Now, the spotlight moves to those who have big holes to fill. Enter the Twins, Phillies, Blue Jays and Red Sox.
  2. Several big names are still available in January, so we asked our experts to weigh in on where the best will eventually sign.
  3. Former Athletics pitcher Dave Stewart submitted a bid to buy a share of the Oakland Coliseum with plans to develop the site should the A's leave the ballpark.
  4. The Tri-City ValleyCats, who operated as a short-season affiliate of the Houston Astros for 18 seasons before being dropped, have filed a lawsuit against Major League Baseball and the Astros.
  5. Veteran starter Martin Perez has agreed to a one-year, $5 million guaranteed contract to return to the Boston Red Sox, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Passan.
  6. — The Baltimore Orioles agreed to a $4.75 million, one-year deal with recovering slugger Trey Mancini on Friday but haven't come to terms yet with outfielder Anthony Santander.
  7. The New York Yankees are finalizing a one-year, $11 million deal with two-time AL Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber, pending a physical, sources told ESPN.
  8. The Boston Red Sox have agreed to a $4,575,000, one-year deal with third baseman Rafael Devers that avoided salary arbitration, a person with knowledge told the Associated Press.
  9. The Cubs avoided arbitration with Kris Bryant and Javy Baez. Bryant will make $19.5 million this season, and Baez will make $11.65 million.
  10. If the longtime ace bounces back from two injury-plagued seasons, New York might have just reeled in one of the biggest fish of this offseason.