10:40 p.m. Eastern
-The Mets and Brewers are interested in Todd Coffey, says Jon Paul Morosi.
10:27 p.m. Eastern
-Boston is meeting Oakland on Tuesday, likely to discuss an Andrew Bailey trade, says Danny Knobler.
10:03 p.m. Eastern
-St. Louis now sees Miami as a threat for Albert Pujols, says Jon Heyman.
-Nationals GM Mike Rizzo told Jim Bowden that he did not offer C.J. Wilson six years.
9:30 p.m. Eastern
-Washington has offered C.J. Wilson six years, says Jon Heyman, so they’ll probably end up getting him.
-Boston is confident they’ll get David Ortiz back on a two-year deal, says Jon Heyman.
9:25 p.m. Eastern
-Albert Pujols will meet with the Marlins again tonight.
8:30 p.m. Eastern
-Minnesota has re-signed closer Matt Capps to a one-year deal with a 2013 option. That’s one team that filled a need for late inning relief.
-Los Angeles signed IF Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year deal worth $6 million. LA is also discussing a two-year deal with Aaron Harang, but Jon Heyman says Harang is looking for a third year. That seems foolish to me.
-Miami once again met with the agent for Albert Pujols, says Ken Rosenthal.
-Jon Heyman: The first team who offers Mark Buehrle four years could get him, says a source. *Cincinnati is among 10 teams interested in trading for Jair Jurrjens.
-Colorado and Atlanta talked about a Martin Prado trade today, says Troy Renck.
-Houston is telling teams it would chip in for some of Carlos Lee’s and Brett Myers’ contracts in a trade but not for Wandy Rodriguez, says Danny Knobler. In that case, Rodriguez isn’t going anywhere.
-Milwaukee met with the agents for Octavio Dotel, says Tom Haudricourt.
-Arizona and Joe Saunders are working on a new contract, says Nick Piecoro.
6:10 p.m. Eastern
-Jon Heyman: Miami is telling teams it’s serious about Albert Pujols. *The Dodgers are discussing a two-year deal worth $6 million for Jerry Hairston Jr.
-Yankees rumors: They have yet to discuss Yoenis Cespedes and they’d like to re-sign Andruw Jones, Eric Chavez and Bartolo Colon.
6:05 p.m. Eastern
-The Mets will not trade David Wright this winter, says Jon Heyman.
-Milwaukee’s only offer on the table is for Jerry Hairston Jr., and GM Doug Melvin thinks he’s going to the Dodgers, as per Tom Haudricourt.
-Hiroki Kuroda to Arizona could be a stretch, says Jon Heyman.
6 p.m. Eastern
-Washington will not go after Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder but will go after C.J. Wilson and Mark Buehrle, says Jim Bowden. The Cubs have spoken with Wilson, says Ken Rosenthal.
-The Dodgers are in talks with Jerry Hairston Jr. on a two-year deal, says Jon Heyman.
5:55 p.m. Eastern
-Milwaukee has pretty much indicated it’s out on Prince Fielder, says Buster Olney.
-Boston is still in on C.J. Wilson, says Jon Paul Morosi.
-Colorado has interest in Placido Polanco but would have to move money (Huston Street) first, says Troy Renck. There’s also a lot of trade interest in Seth Smith.
-The Yankees probably won’t make a move this week, says Joel Sherman.
5:28 p.m. Eastern
-Chad Qualls is among the relievers the Mets are interested in, says Joel Sherman.
5:08 p.m. Eastern
-San Francisco is no longer pursuing Jerry Hairston Jr., says Jon Paul Morosi.
4:53 p.m. Eastern
-C.J. Wilson has reportedly received a six year contract offer from a team other than Texas.
-The Twins are now in on Mark Buehrle, joining Texas, Washington and Miami, says Ken Rosenthal. Teams have reportedly offered three years at $12-13 million per, and Minnesota’s isn’t that large.
4:25 p.m. Eastern
-Mets GM Sandy Alderson said the team has $20-25 million to spend, but $10 million of that would be allocated to retain Mike Pelfrey and Angel Pagan.
-The Royals, Marlins, Twins, A’s and Mariners have interest in Carlos Guillen, says Enrique Rojas.
4:20 p.m. Eastern
-Jimmy Rollins is clearly of interest to the Brewers, says Steve Henson.
-It seems like Juan Carlos Oviedo/Leo Nunez will be on the Marlins next year, says Danny Knobler.
4:13 p.m. Eastern
-The Rays are among three or four finalists for Josh Willingham, says Ken Rosenthal.
4:10 p.m. Eastern
-Tampa Bay is making a run at Josh Willingham, says Jerry Crasnick.
-Minnesota will likely keep Matt Capps and the Mets are a bad fit for Brad Lidge, says Steve Popper.
4 p.m. Eastern
-The Yankees are the clear front-runners for Yoenis Cespedes, says Frankie Piliere.
-Miami will non-tender Juan Carlos Oviedo/Leo Nunez, says Joe Capozzi.
3:57 p.m. Eastern
-Aaron Harang’s deal with the Dodgers is expected to be for two years, says Jon Paul Morosi.
-Tampa Bay has been linked to Hideki Matsui, says Andrew Marchand.
3:42 p.m. Eastern
-The Mets are interested in C Kelly Shoppach.
3:35 p.m. Eastern
-LA and Aaron Harang have agreed to terms, says Jim Bowden.
-Cody Ross is looking for a three-year deal, says Buster Olney.
3:25 p.m. Eastern
-The Dodgers are making progress on a deal with Aaron Harang, says Ken Rosenthal. Jim Bowden says the two sides are nearing an agreement.
3:22 p.m. Eastern
-The Reds have moderate interest in Josh Willingham, says Mark Sheldon.
3:18 p.m. Eastern
-Miami had a meeting with the agent for Albert Pujols and Mark Buehrle.
-Tampa Bay is taking calls on B.J. Upton, but they would have to be overwhelmed.
-Detroit, Toronto and San Diego have called the Mets about Daniel Murphy, says Joel Sherman. The Mets like Tigers CF Andy Dirks.
-Colorado claimed Jaime Hoffman on waivers.
3 p.m. Eastern
-With rumors of Prince Fielder shrinking his wish list, Tom Haudricourt says the Cubs are a team to watch.
-Talks between the Phillies and Jimmy Rollins aren’t going well, says Jim Salisbury. Rollins wants five years and the Phils want to give him three.
-Yoenis Cespedes is looking for $60 million, says Gordon Edes.
-Detroit wants a leadoff hitter, but Coco Crisp is not the right fit, says Danny Knobler.
-Minnesota has made Kevin Slowey available, says Buster Olney. Texas is reluctant to trade David Murphy, who Minnesota has interest in.
-The Dodgers are interested in Aaron Harang, says Jon Paul Morosi.
-San Francisco has interest in Ryan Ludwick, says Chris Haft.
2:10 p.m. Eastern
-Minnesota has asked Texas about David Murphy, says Jayson Stark.
2 p.m. Eastern
-The Cubs met with the agent for Albert Pujols today, says Ken Rosenthal.
1:53 p.m. Eastern
-Kansas City is exploring a deal for a starting pitcher like Gio Gonzalez, with Wil Myers in high demand.
-Atlanta is waiting for pitcher to sign before exploring the Jair Jurrjens trade market, says Joel Sherman.
-Bill Shaikin says that Andrew Friedman has already rejected the Astros GM job.
1:38 p.m. Eastern
-Texas is in serious pursuit of Mark Buehrle, says T.R. Sullivan.
-Baltimore could have interest in Carlos Lee, says Jayson Stark.
-Colorado has interest in a 2B, and could like Jeff Keppinger but not Orlando Hudson.
1:35 p.m. Eastern
-Miami is meeting with Albert Pujols’ agent today, says Buster Olney.
-The Giants, Nationals and Brewers are interested in Mark DeRosa, says Jayson Stark.
-Toronto wants to trade for Martin Prado but are not a good match with the Braves, says Ken Rosenthal.
-Arizona is interested in Takashi Saito in addition to Hiroki Kuroda.
-Carlos Lee is on the trading block.
-Eric Chavez is interested in returning to the Yankees, says Bryan Hoch.
1:11 p.m. Eastern
-Cleveland has interest in Casey Kotchman, says Jon Heyman.
-Seattle is interested in Jaime Moyer and Jef Francis, says JP Morosi.
1 p.m. Eastern
-The White Sox are asking a lot for Jon Danks and Gavin Floyd right now, says Joel Sherman.
12:50 p.m. Eastern
-A rival exec tells Ken Rosenthal that the Phillies are actively looking to trade Placido Polanco so they could sign Aramis Ramirez.
-Baltimore is finalizing a deal with Tae-Hyon Chong, says Jon Heyman.
12:35 p.m. Eastern
-The Cardinals are talking to Albert Pujols today.
-Baltimore has interest in Prince Fielder.
-Jimmy Rollins alternatives for the Phillies include Aramis Ramirez, Michael Cuddyer and Carlos Beltran, says Ken Rosenthal. Laynce Nix gets $2.5 million over his two year contract.
-Kansas City would likely move Joakim Soria or Greg Holland for starting pitching, says Joel Sherman. *More Sherman: Roy Oswalt is waiting for C.J. Wilson and Mark Buehrle to sign for his market to open up.
-JP Morosi: Cleveland has interest in Derek Lee. Pittsburgh likes Jeff Francis.
-The Cubs are interested in trading Alfonso Soriano.
-Joe Saunders would like to stay in Arizona.
-Edgar Renteria is drawing interest from contenders as a utility man, says Ken Rosenthal.
11:30 a.m. Eastern
-Jerry Crasnick: Boston is focusing on re-signing David Ortiz and Minnesota will try to get Josh Willingham if they lose Michael Cuddyer. The Twins, Red Sox, Indians and Reds are among nine teams interested in Willingham. *St. Louis is not interested in Jimmy Rollins.
11:10 a.m. Eastern
-Ron Santo has been elected to the Hall Of Fame by the Veterans Committee.
10:58 a.m. Eastern
-San Francisco and Colorado have not posted bids on Japanese SS Hiroyuki Nakajima, but one team did.
10:48 a.m. Eastern
-San Diego is getting trade interest in Chase Headley, Jason Bartlett and Orlando Hudson, says Jon Paul Morosi.
10:43 a.m. Eastern
-Boston is checking in on Andrew Bailey and Huston Street on the trade front and Ryan Madson on the signing front for closers, says Jon Paul Morosi.
10:40 a.m. Eastern
-The Phillies are a strong player for Aramis Ramirez, says Joe Capozzi.
-St. Louis and Milwaukee are interested in Octavio Dotel along with the Mets and Tigers, says Enrique Rojas.
10:20 a.m. Eastern
-Texas is not interested in Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder for now, says Joel Sherman.
-San Francisco has submitted a bid for Japanese SS Hiroyuki Nakajima, says JP Morosi.
-Arizona is interested in Hiroki Kuroda.
-San Diego, Boston and Milwaukee are looking for bullpen help, says Jon Heyman.
9:50 a.m. Eastern
-Philadelphia has already met with Jimmy Rollins’ agent, says Buster Olney, and the Brewers and Cardinals are the teams who could sign the SS away.
9:40 a.m. Eastern
-Jim Bowden: Washington will likely land either C.J. Wilson and Mark Buehrle and are talking to Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder. Florida has to offer Mark Buehrle a no-trade clause to stay in the bidding.
-Philadelphia will discuss a Cole Hamels contract extension, says Danny Knobler.
-The Angels have inquired about Andrew Bailey, says Ken Rosenthal. They’re in the market for a closer, Jon Heyman says, and could go after Ryan Madson.
-More Jon Heyman: The Yankees want Andruw Jones back and Pittsburgh is still looking to re-sign Derek Lee, but other teams have interest. *The Twins, Phillies, Red Sox and Giants are still in on Michael Cuddyer. *St. Louis is talking with Octavio Dotel. *Houston will try to trade Carlos Lee, Wandy Rodriguez and Brett Myers.
-Arizona is looking to sign Miguel Montero to a contract extension, says Tracy Ringolsby.
7:30 a.m. Eastern
-Jon Paul Morosi: Albert Pujols will likely stay in St. Louis and Toronto could emerge as a Prince Fielder suitor. *The Nationals, Marlins, Angels, Rangers and Red Sox have interest in C.J. Wilson. Texas, Washington and Miami are the most active pursuers of Mark Buehrle. Minnesota has a good deal of interest in Edwin Jackson. *On the closer front, Andrew Bailey, Huston Street and Brandon League are all available via trade for the right price. The Orioles, Red Sox, Reds, Twins, Mets, Padres and Blue Jays are all looking for closers. *The Yankees, Tigers, Marlins and Nationals have been the most aggressive teams trying to sign Yoenis Cespedes. *There is still no word on whether Yu Darvish will come to the States for next season. *Pittsburgh has interest in OF Nate McLouth.
-The Mariners, Nationals, Rangers and Cubs are interested in Prince Fielder, but Milwaukee is optimistic they can re-sign him, says Danny Knobler.
-The Angels have about $15-20 million to spend. C.J. Wilson, Aramis Ramirez and Ryan Madson are among their big ticket interests. Other available closers include Francisco Cordero, Luis Ayala, Matt Capps, Octavio Dotel, Scott Linebrink and Frank Francisco. The team could also trade Ervin Santana, Maicer Izturis or Alberto Callaspo to make more room on the payroll. Mark Buehrle, Roy Oswalt or Hiroki Kuroda would be less expensive alternatives to Wilson. The Angels won’t top five years and $85 million for Wilson.
-St. Louis will be looking for a shortstop along with the Brewers, Braves and Mets, says Derrick Goold. Rafael Furcal, Jimmy Rollins and Alex Gonzalez are available. The baseline will be the two years and $10.5 million Pittsburgh signed Clint Barmes for. If Paul Janish gets non-tendered next week, the Cards would be interested.
-The Mets will look for a late inning reliever or two and perhaps a second baseman after losing Jose Reyes to Miami, says Joel Sherman.
-Colorado will likely deal both Huston Street and Ian Stewart.
-It’s possible that the Rays, Manny Ramirez’s team last year, would have interest in bringing him back, says Buster Olney.
10 p.m. Eastern
-There are 13 teams interested in Samuel Dalembert, says Jason Jones.
9:10 p.m. Eastern
-San Antonio and Detroit have interest in Chris Kaman, but the Clippers won’t address that until DeAndre Jordan is resolved.
-Chicago is interested in Jamal Crawford, Jason Richardson and Grant Hill.
8:45 p.m. Eastern
-Marc Stein and Chris Broussard: Chris Paul could be traded before the start of the season even if he hasn’t signed an extension with a team. The Clippers, Warriors, Rockets and Hawks have interest. The Lakers called, but no specifics were discussed. The Clippers and Warriors are New Orleans’ preferred trading partners, but those two teams would want to be assured that Paul would sign an extension. Since there are no assurances, the Clippers have reportedly said they would not include Eric Gordon in a deal. Houston, Boston and Dallas are prepared to trade for him without the assurance of a contract extension. New Orleans thinks they can get more from the three “gambling teams” than even the Knicks.
-With the Nets, Warriors, Rockets and Kings interested in Tyson Chandler, Dallas knows they won’t be getting him back. So the Mavericks could hold on to cap space until next summer to chase Deron Williams, says Ken Berger.
-Indiana spoke with David West today and the Pacers are among the frontrunners.
-Alex Kennedy: Utah could be shopping F Al Jefferson. *Orlando is interested in acquiring Jamal Crawford in a sign-and-trade.
-It doesn’t look like Portland will amnesty Brandon Roy.
-Boston is interested in bringing back Glen Davis.
-Undrafted free agent Julyan Stone has interest from eight teams, says Alex Kennedy.
5:15 p.m. Eastern
-Travis Outlaw’s hand injury reportedly came after punching a heavy bag at a gym, says Adrian Wojnarowski. To make matters worse, Marc Spears reports that Outlaw had wrist surgery eight weeks ago after a minor boxing injury.
5:05 p.m. Eastern
-The Rockets, Heat and Knicks are leading suitors for Samuel Dalembert, with Houston in the lead. The Kings are also a possibility. Shane Battier and Kwame Brown are other possibilities for Miami.
4:17 p.m. Eastern
-Travis Outlaw suffered a hand injury which could include a fracture, says Adrian Wojnarowski. Could this further ensure his amnesty from the Nets?
-Denver has a lot of interest in Sixers RFA Thaddeus Young and could be another sign Nene is going to leave, says Ken Berger.
3:05 p.m. Eastern
-The Lakers and Hornets have discussed a Chris Paul trade, Adrian Wojnarowski says. New Orleans would prefer Andrew Bynum over Pau Gasol. The Lakers could still revisit a Lamar Odom trade to Philadelphia for Andre Iguodala. *New Jersey still wants Dwight Howard, but Chicago could also get in on the talks, telling Orlando to take any two or three players not named Derrick Rose.
-Al Thornton is interested in Denver.
1:01 p.m. Eastern
-Jason Kapono has interest in the Knicks, says Jared Zwerling.
12:55 p.m. Eastern
-Deron Williams said on a radio interview that there’s a 90 percent chance he re-signs with the Nets.
12:38 p.m. Eastern
-Jason Kapono is visiting the Lakers.
11:15 a.m. Eastern
-The Hawks, Pacers, Magic, Bulls, Hornets and Nets have called Jamal Crawford, according to Ken Berger.
11 a.m. Eastern
-The Suns, Clippers, Bulls and Knicks are the finalists for Grant Hill, says David Aldridge.
9:45 a.m. Eastern
-Caron Butler will visit with the Clippers, who are also interested in Tayshaun Prince.
-The Bulls, Nuggets, Hornets, Kings and Suns have interest in Wizards RFA Nick Young.
-There is mutual interest between the Grizzlies and Josh McRoberts.
-J.J. Barea could be a secondary option for the Knicks, who could also be interested in Jamaal Tinsley.
8 a.m. Eastern
-The Nets are interested in Nene before Tyson Chandler, says Al Iannazzone. Houston will meet with Nene on Monday, says Jonathan Feigen.
-Marc Stein: Chicago’s wish list includes Jason Richardson, Caron Butler, restricted free agent Nick Young, Josh Howard and Jamal Crawford. They’re also interested in Vince Carter. *Golden State is trying to trade Andris Biedrins to free up cap space to sign Tyson Chandler. *There’s a good chance Grant Hill re-signs with Phoenix, but the Bulls and Knicks have made intriguing offers.
-Caron Butler will meet with Chicago on Monday, followed by the Clippers, Spurs, Nets and Pistons, according to David Aldridge.
-Leading the pack for Jamal Crawford are New Orleans, Phoenix, Chicago, Atlanta, Indiana and New Jersey, according to Sam Amick. Marc Spears says Crawford will talk with New Orleans, Chicago, Indiana, Atlanta, Orlando and Minnesota.
-Josh Howard will visit Chicago, Washington, New Jersey and San Antonio this week, says Chris Broussard.
-The Knicks top target with its $5 million mid-level exception is C Jeff Foster, who could stay in Indiana, says Marc Berman. New York likes Aaron Gray, but feel he’ll accept a multi-year deal elsewhere. Kurt Thomas could return to Chicago and the Knicks have backed off on Kwame Brown. There’s also interest in Grant Hill and Anthony Parker. Bostjan Nachbar will work out for the Knicks on Tuesday.
-Greg Oden is leaning towards re-signing with Portland, says Marc Spears. He would become a free agent in 2012.