All you need to know: MLB news, rumors for Jan. 25
Our nightly roundup of the day that was in MLB news and rumors. Hint: There wasn't much. Click on through and spend a minute for the very brief catch-up.
Spoiler alert: You won't need to set aside much time to read this. It was an unbelievably boring day in terms of actual news concerning Major League Baseball.
Brewers: Outfielder Jeremy Hermida has been signed to a minor-league deal, per club announcement.
REPORTS, RUMORS AND SPECULATION
Indians: If free agent starter Ubaldo Jimenez can't land a three-year (or more) deal, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer believes both the Indians and Jimenez would "jump at the chance to sign a one-year deal." It may come to that, as pitchers and catchers report to camp very soon.
Rangers: On the heels of losing Derek Holland for a large chunk of the season, general manager Jon Daniels has made it clear that the club is searching for pitching depth (ESPN Dallas). Also, don't expect a Michael Young reunion. Daniels does, however, want Young to retire as a Ranger when he makes that decision.
Rays: The likelihood of David Price not getting traded is increasing by the day, notes MLB.com's Bill Chastain. It really does feel like the time for a Price trade has come and gone, but one can never tell when a team desperate to add an arm for this season (Arizona, perhaps?) knocks the Rays over with an offer they can't refuse.