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Brett Lawrie Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Athletics 2B's Future

After just one season as a member of the Oakland Athletics, infielder Brett Lawrie could very well be on the move via trade this offseason.

Continue for updates.

Report: A's 'Likely' to Deal Lawrie

Friday, Nov. 27

In the wake of the A's acquiring second baseman Jed Lowrie from the Houston Astros Wednesday, Lawrie looks to be the odd man out in Oakland.

All 30 MLB Teams' Best Trade Asset for the 2015-16 Offseason

The early stages of the MLB offseason are generally filled with speculation as to where the top free agents might sign and rumors as to which players are expected to be available on the trade market.

This offseason has been no exception, and as we close in on the winter meetings and some legitimate action on both fronts, the influx of rumors should only increase.

With that in mind, what follows is a look at each team's best trade asset for the offseason.

Aroldis Chapman's Value Remains Unchanged by the Craig Kimbrel Trade

Aroldis Chapman has created quite the market for himself.

Biggest Winners and Losers of the MLB Offseason's 1st Month

I don't mean to alarm anyone, but the Major League Baseball offseason is already one month old.

Or just about, anyway. Certainly, enough time has passed for us to look back and take stock of what's happened. What better way to do that than with a list of the biggest winners and losers of the offseason?

We're going to look at four of each, which range from players and teams that have done well to players and teams that haven't done well. And while this list won't really be a countdown of any sort, we can tease that the biggest loser of them all is an entire market.

Forget Harvey or Wheeler Trade, Mets Should Go for It in 2016 with Loaded Staff

The New York Mets have a surplus of arms, to put it mildly. They could dip into it to address their needs on offense. Or they could double down and defend their National League crown with a young, burgeoning super rotation.

Fact or Fiction on All of MLB Offseason Week 3's Free-Agency, Trade Rumors

Fact: Everyone reading this will still be trying to comprehend Friday morning exactly how they fit that much food into their stomachs on Thanksgiving Day. Fiction: Everyone reading this will regret eating that much.

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and, of course, food. Thankfully, our dear friend, baseball's rumor mill, has given us plenty to feast on as the offseason's third week comes to an early end.

Carlos Carrasco Is MLB Offseason Pitching Market's Best Value

Here's a rough estimate of how many talented starting pitchers are available this winter: like, a million. And for virtually all of them, the prices are pretty steep.

Save for one apparent exception. Let's just call him Carlos Carrasco.

Because, you know, that's his name.

David Price Is Perfect Facelift for Nationals' Failed 'Super Rotation'

Last winter, the Washington Nationals signed the best pitcher on the free-agent market and proceeded to have a massively disappointing season.

So what should they do this winter? Why, sign the best pitcher on the free-agent market, of course—a fellow by the name of David Price.

Here's where you raise your hand and mutter something about the definition of insanity. Fair enough. But let's think about this for a minute.

Dee Gordon Is Exciting Star Marlins Should Look to Extend, Build Around

The Miami Marlins do so many things wrong that it's easy to start believing they do everything wrong.

It's just not true.

Look at Dee Gordon. The Marlins made a great deal last December to get him from the Los Angeles Dodgers. If all goes well, maybe they can follow it up with a great deal this December to prove they want to keep Gordon long term.

Bud Norris to Braves: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

After spending the first part of this offseason trading players, the Atlanta Braves have added a pitcher to the mix by signing free agent Bud Norris

The Braves confirmed the one-year major league deal with Norris on Twitter. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Norris will make $2.5 million in 2016.


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