Yankees options after lockout: Carlos Correa, Freddie Freeman



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There was Max Scherzer being introduced as a Met early Wednesday afternoon, followed later in the day by Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Eduardo Escobar. In Texas, the Rangers introduced Marcus Semien and announced the signing of Corey Seager, both on nine-figure contracts.

And in The Bronx, it was another quiet day, just like every other day this offseason — only this was the last one when the Yankees and the rest of baseball could make moves before the sport was shut down by an owner-imposed lockout late Wednesday night.

It’s been more than six weeks since general manager Brian Cashman said he would be “open-minded to anything and everything on the roster.”


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