After a pretty busy day Monday and then an absolute flurry of moves Tuesday, things slowed down a bit Wednesday. I'd like to say it was predictable with the Winter Meetings set for next week, but that normally would have meant a slow Monday and Tuesday. Plus, there are still loads of transactions to come this offseason.
So here's what we saw Wednesday in MLB land.
RUMORS, REPORTS & SPECULATION
David Price: Expect to hear a ton about the Rays ace in the next several weeks -- or, really, until he's traded eventually. The latest comes from Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, who reports that the Rays will weigh offers in the next few weeks. Passan names the Mariners, Dodgers, Angels, Pirates, Rangers, Diamondbacks and Blue Jays as potential suitors.
On the Pirates, beat writer John Perrotto reports they are willing to include top pitching prospect Jameson Taillon in a package for Price.
Mariners: Already heavily connected to Robinson Cano in rumors, now there are reports that the club met with Cano (New York Post) and that Seattle is going after Cano "guns-a-blazing." (New York Daily News)
Red Sox: One report says they're considering a run at Curtis Granderson. They will also "do anything" they can to retain free agents Mike Napoli and Stephen Drew, per manager John Farrell (Alex Speier via Twitter).