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All you need to know: MLB rumors, news roundup for Dec. 15

By Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

Will Brett Gardner be on the move? The Yankees president says they have every intention to keep Gardner.
Will Brett Gardner be on the move? The Yankees president says they have every intention to keep Gardner. (USATSI)

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So with the Winter Meetings firmly in our rearview mirror and many of you likely paying lots of attention to the NFL on Sunday, we're here to catch you up with everything that went down in baseball news and rumors on this glorious day.

Hint: This won't take long. It was ridiculously slow on the MLB front.

SIGNINGS

The Cardinals and second baseman Mark Ellis reportedly have an agreement in place, pending a physical.

REPORTS, RUMORS and SPECULATION

Mark Reynolds is getting interest from the Yankees, Twins, Brewers, Angels and Rays, according to CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman.

Matt Garza still has plenty of suitors on the starting pitching free agent market, despite the Twins likely being out on the bidding, per Heyman.

The Angels are interested in both Garza and free agent DH Raul Ibanez, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.

The Twins still have interest in free agent starter Bronson Arroyo, according to Rosenthal in that same column.

The Yankees have "absolutely no intention" of trading Brett Gardner, according to club president Randy Levine (via ESPN New York). Gardner's name has been hot on the trade rumor mill ever since the Yankees signed Jacoby Ellsbury, but the Yankees want to play both in the outfield together, says Levine.

 
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