Mitch Moreland

Winners, losers and trends at baseball's winter meetings

All-Star closers Aroldis Chapman, Mark Melancon and Wade Davis moved to different bullpens. Chris Sale boosted a big rotation in Boston. And the Washington Nationals got their fans talking — a lot.

As teams packed up along the Potomac River and headed home Thursday, a look at what did and didn't happen this week at the winter meetings:

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WHO'S LEFT?

Major league home run leader Mark Trumbo, fellow sluggers Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista, and center fielder Dexter Fowler are available free agents. So is closer Kenley Jansen, who's attracting serious interest from the Marlins. But Miami has a policy of not giving no-trade clauses, and that's...

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