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Winter Meetings In Review: National League

Here's a look back at what went down during the Winter Meetings in the National League..

Braves:

Brewers:

Cardinals:

Cubs:

Diamondbacks:

Dodgers:

Giants:

Marlins:

Mets:

  • The Mets finalized their extension with third baseman David Wright, their only major action of the week.  The deal gives him seven years and $122MM in new money, which can be considered an eight-year, $138MM deal if the value of Wright's previously-exercised 2013 club option is included.
  • The Mets are trying to hammer out a contract extension with R.A. Dickey while also listening to offers from interested clubs.  The sticking point appears to be dollars rather than years between the two sides.  
  • Miguel Olivo will be at the top of their list if they pursue a catcher.
  • The Mets and Scott Hairston are optimistic that a deal can be worked out.

Nationals:

Phillies:

  • The Phillies acquired outfielder Ben Revere from the Twins in exchange for starting pitcher Vance Worley and pitching prospect Trevor May.  Revere, 24, hit .294/.333/.342 in 553 plate appearances for the Twins this year.
  • The Phillies are also working on a deal for the Rangers' Michael Young.  Young has a no-trade clause and is currently weighing his options.
  • The Phillies are interested in Raul Ibanez along with two other teams and are still in the mix for Scott Hairston.

Pirates:

Reds:

Rockies:

Padres:

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