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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Curtis Granderson and Carlos Villanueva were elected by the MLB Players' Association Executive Board to serve two-year terms as Association Player Representatives. That's the highest elected position among the union membership, according to the MLBPA. Matt Harvey and Andrew Miller were elected as Alternate Association Player Representatives.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Sources: Orioles perceive they are not close in talks with Mark Trumbo, and are prepared to move on to other options.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Aroldis Chapman told ESPN's Marly Rivera he wants a six-year contract. I would be shocked if the Yankees gave him that. I'm not even sure they would go five years, but we'll see.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

For all the talk of DH replacement, the Red Sox's highest priority is finding a setup man. Too soon to say, though, if it will come via trade or free agency. Red Sox exploring all avenues.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Rich Hill credited Red Sox pitching guru Brian Bannister and ex-Sox scouting director Jared Porter for helping to turn around career in 2015. Bannister taught Hill to pitch off his curveball and introduced him to spin rate. Porter encouraged him to move on the rubber. Two years later, Hill signs 3-yr, $48M deal with Dodgers.

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Southpaw starting pitcher Rich Hill gets a hug from his 5-year-old son Brice at the winter meetings after re-signing with the Dodgers.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Although it seems to make sense on the surface that the Red Sox would be interested in one of the Mets' lefty-hitting outfielders, don't look for a trade to occur. Boston is not eager to take on either the contract for Jay Bruce ($13 million) or Curtis Granderson ($15 million).

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The World Baseball Classic released a list of 30 confirmed players for the tournament and the only Cardinals player on the list is Yadier Molina, who will compete for Team Puerto Rico. The Dominican Republic no doubt would like Carlos Martinez to pitch for their team, but the Cardinals probably wouldn't be too keen on that given his career-high 195 innings last year.

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Rich Hill puts the Dodgers uniform back on after he re-signs with L.A. After, an emotional Hill has to pause several times as he addresses the media and answers questions.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Rich Hill, native of Milton, Mass. and ex-#RedSox pitcher, emotional and choked up during press conference to announce 3-year, $48 million deal with Dodgers. Long, winding path to get here for 36-year-old lefty.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Rich Hill, when talking about his family, during his press conference to announce his three-year, $48 million deal with the Dodgers: ?"This is a great day for us, something we knew could always be a possibility."?

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers take over the press conference room at the winter meetings to discuss the Rich Hill signing.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

This is speculation at this point, but makes sense as TEX looks for CF help: The Royals have told other teams they'll listen on Lorenzo Cain

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aroldis Chapman to me on whether the Cubs have reached out: "The Cubs have never expressed any interest in resigning me, as far as I know."

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

As mentioned here last week, Rangers have interest in Andrew McCutchen. One of the options they're considering for CF.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

I just spoke to Aroldis Chapman about his contract negotiations; told me he has not evaluated any offers yet and will do so this week. Chapman: "The only thing I have expressed is that I would like a six-year contract. I know that doesn't mean that I will get it, but that's what I would like to sign. There are rumors out there that I requested $100 million and that's not true at all. I believe he who deserves something, does not need to demand it."

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Lefty reliever J.P. Howell is looking for a one-year deal, teams say. Giants are among teams that have asked about him.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

One agent who has a fairly prominent reliever on the market says the Mets are "bottom feeding" with respect to bullpen help -- meaning looking for low-cost arms on one-year deals. That's fairly consistent with what Sandy Alderson said on Sunday night.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Add Rich Hill to the ever growing list of "Guys the Yankees aren't getting." Hill goes to the Dodgers, leaving the free agent starting pitching market very barren. Jason Hammel or Doug Fister could be possibilities.