As Adam Greenberg enjoys his second career Major League at-bat, here's the latest from the NL East…
- Ozzie Guillen hasn't been told anything about his status with the Marlins' and while he has spoken to owner Jeffrey Loria over the last few days, Guillen's job status hasn't been discussed, writes Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. Spencer speculates that Loria won't make a "formal announcement" if he decides to retain Guillen as manager.
- The Phillies may be more cautious with how they spend this winter, as GM Ruben Amaro hinted to reporters (including MLB.com's Todd Zolecki). "There are some guys who have some track records, but what guarantee do we have that some of the guys that we may sign for a significant amount of money are any better than the players we have in this clubhouse?" Amaro said. The general manager also complimented his scouts and said no changes will be made to the scouting department in the offseason.
- The Nationals' division title is the culmination of owner Ted Lerner's vision, writes Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times.
- Earlier today, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reported on several of the Mets' offseason plans.