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San Francisco Giants' Top Free-Agent, Trade Targets Post-New Year

Signing All-Star closer Mark Melancon to a four-year, $62 million deal was a necessary move for the San Francisco Giants, but it was one that has seemingly limited the team's ability to improve the roster elsewhere.

MLB Trade Rumors: Latest on Andrew McCutchen, Brian Dozier and Brett Gardner

Major League Baseball's winter meetings have come and gone with plenty of players, both free agents and not, finding new homes during the four-day stretch.

But the offseason could have more twists and turns awaiting before pitchers and catchers report for spring training in February.

Here is the latest on three big names who have been rumored to be on the trade market recently.

     

Brett Gardner Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Yankees OF

It looks as though the New York Yankees' offseason spending could remain dormant for the rest of the winter; however, veteran outfielder Brett Gardner's name has emerged in trade talks. 

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Brett Gardner Injury: Updates on Yankees OF's Elbow and Return

Hoping for a strong bounce-back season in 2016, New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner will have to battle through an elbow injury.

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How the Yankees Can Turn Brett Gardner into a Key Pitching Upgrade

The New York Yankees need starting pitching. That's not breaking news, but it's an undeniable truth.

They can get it by spending on the open market, which would be the classic Yankee Way. Or they could get creative on the trading block, which might be the Yankee Way 2.0.

If they go the trade route, here's a name the Yanks and general manager Brian Cashman will at least consider dangling: Brett Gardner.

Brett Gardner Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Yankees OF's Future

The New York Yankees have reportedly engaged in trade discussions involving outfielder Brett Gardner as they look to bolster their rotation depth.  

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Yankees' Brett Gardner Gets Hit in Head When Fan Throws HR Ball Back onto Field


Fans throwing a visiting player's home run ball back onto the field is a common occurrence around Major League Baseball, normally resulting in nothing more than a slight delay.

On Sunday afternoon, there was an incident at Yankee Stadium that fortunately didn't cause a serious injury.

Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista crushed his 26th home run of the season deep into the left field stands to give his team a 2-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning:

With Jeter Gone, Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner Are 1-2 Nightmare

With five weeks of the 2015 MLB season complete, we've gotten a pretty good look at the post-Derek Jeter New York Yankees. And sappiness be damned, they just don't quite look the same without him.

There's one way, however, that this has been a very, very good thing.

Brett Gardner Injury: Updates on Yankees LF's Wrist and Return

New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner exited Monday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles with a wrist injury. He did not start on Tuesday.

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New York Yankees Really Didn't Need to Sign Jacoby Ellsbury

The New York Yankees made a big splash during the early stages of free agency by signing free-agent center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year deal worth $153 million.

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