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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Alex Rodriguez claimed that after he was let go by the Yankees, there were a "few" teams interested in him last year, but he didn't return any of their calls. It is known the Marlins had some interest in A-Rod. Rodriguez would not reveal the other teams.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

A-Rod on putting on a Yankees uniform again.

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Jim Bowden ESPN Baseball Analyst 

Matt Wieters becomes 11th Scott Boras client on Washington Nationals active roster, that group will earn over $100m about 2/3 of their total 2017 team payroll.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Nats skipper Dusty Baker on catcher Matt Wieters, who's agreed to a two-year, $21 million deal with Washington that includes an opt-out after 2017.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

A-Rod says he had a few offers to play again at the end of the season and declined them.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon discuss asking him, and then going out to dinner with, catcher Miguel Montero Monday night.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

A-Rod says he is officially retired.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Joe Girardi said he thought it would be natural for Alex Rodriguez would think about making a comeback after hanging around the team as a special advisor. There is no indication that is in A-Rod's mind. A-Rod is going to speak shortly.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees manager Joe Girardi said he wouldn't be surprised if Alex Rodríguez would at least think about a comeback while he's at spring training as an instructor.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees manager Joe Girardi jokes that he may ask A-Rod to coach 1st or 3B when some of his coaches leave for the WBC.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman and spring training instructor Alex Rodriguez watch batting practice in Tampa.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

A-Rod talking to Yankees GM Brian Cashman.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

There are certain perks to being the starting shortstop. Aledmys Diaz said he plans to take full advantage of his extra time with Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith this spring. He never saw Smith play, of course, but he said he dug up some replays of the Wizard's work. "Thirteen Gold Gloves, best defensive shortstop of all time. Unbelievable guy," Diaz said. Here is Smith talking about Diaz's upside as a fielder:

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Jim Bowden ESPN Baseball Analyst 

Matt Wieters deal is 2017 10.5 2018 10.5 with player opt out with Nationals

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak was entirely supportive of Dexter Fowler's decision to speak his mind about being disappointed with President Donald Trump's travel ban. Fowler, whose wife is Iranian, called it "unfortunate" that his family members couldn't travel freely. Mozeliak said he is comfortable with players addressing social issues.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Back at Third Base, Number 13. El número 13 de regreso a la esquina caliente.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

A-Rod instructing at shortstop

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs top prospect Eloy Jimenez take live BP. Righty Jake Buchanan is throwing to him.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs infielders work on turning double plays. As usual, Javier Baez is as quick as a cat.

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