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Royals' Onelki Garcia: Signs minor league pact with Royals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Garcia signed a minor league contract with the Royals on Friday, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports.

Garcia, a former third-round draft pick by the Dodgers, finished the 2016 season in the Mexican League prior to this signing. The 27-year-old is a strikeout pitcher as evidenced by his 11.3 K/9 with the White Sox Triple-A affiliate in 2015, but he lacks control, which could limit his ability to rise into the major league ranks.

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Royals' Lorenzo Cain: Offseason regimen won't be affected
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cain (wrist) said he does not expect his offseason regimen to be impacted by the wrist injury that ended his season in September, the Kansas City Star reports.

Cain was able to avoid surgery, but he was prescribed three months of rest before resuming any baseball activities. With that timeline beginning in mid-September, Cain is already a month in, but he won't be able to swing a bat until at least sometime in December. The outfielder said he's confident his usual routine won't be impacted, and he plans to focus on increasing the strength in his legs. "I should be pretty functional with it (this offseason)," Cain said of the wrist. "It's just holding off on not swinging a bat for three months. That's the biggest thing. I feel like I've gotten all my strength back with the month off right now. Another month of it off (and) I don't see any limitations in my offseason. My hand will be fine. I'll be ready to go for sure."

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Royals' Wade Davis: Garners interest on trade market
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Davis is garnering a lot of interest on the trade market, Jon Heyman of Today's Knuckleball reports.

It seems odd that a team that values defense and bullpen pitching so highly would be willing to move one of the most consistent relievers in baseball, but it seems the Royals would be willing to move Davis in order to clear up some cap space for the upcoming season. This year's closer free agent market includes Aroldis Chapman, Mark Melancon, and Kenley Jansen, all of whom seem primed to command extremely high prices, so Davis could be a huge bargain for teams without that much money to spend. It's unknown who's all in the running for the 31-year-old's services, but no matter where he lands, Davis will likely be leaned upon very heavily during the upcoming season.

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Royals' Chris Young: Has minor surgery
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Young underwent surgery of his bilateral core and right-side adductor Tuesday, and he is expected to be fully recovered in eight weeks, MLB.com's Jeffrey Flanagan reports.

Essentially it was surgery on his pelvis and groin area. He will be at full strength for spring training, so this is minor news. Of his 34 appearances this year, 21 were out of the bullpen, and the gap in productivity (4.13 ERA as a reliever, 7.39 ERA as a starter) should ensure that he remains primarily a bullpen piece in 2017.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGCheslor Cuthbert , 3B.274
HRKendrys Morales , DH30
RBIEric Hosmer , 1B104
OBPEric Hosmer , 1B.328
SLGKendrys Morales , DH.468
REric Hosmer , 1B80
SBJarrod Dyson , CF30
WDanny Duffy , SP12
ERADanny Duffy , SP3.51
WHIPDanny Duffy , SP1.14
KDanny Duffy , SP188

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