Rhys Hoskins, Corbin Burnes, Matt Chapman GM Meeting Takeaways

This week's Major League Baseball General Managers Meetings in Scottsdale, Arizona brought teams, agents, and decision-makers together.

Infielder Matt Chapman, a free agent, met with teams at the meetings. The San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks are potential suitors.

Milwaukee Brewers' star pitcher Corbin Burnes was spotted at the meetings. With a year left until free agency and trade talks brewing, Burnes becomes a notable name to watch this winter.

The St. Louis Cardinals may make moves, potentially trading outfielders. They aim to strengthen their pitching rotation by adding two starting pitchers, with Alek Manoah as a potential target.

Rhys Hoskins, of interest to teams like the Toronto Blue Jays and Chicago Cubs, might not reunite with the Philadelphia Phillies due to Bryce Harper's move to first base.

The Cleveland Guardians might trade right-hander Cal Quantrill, an arbitration-eligible player for the next two seasons. His affordability makes him a trade candidate.

 The GM Meetings set the stage for potential winter moves, although none are imminent. Teams explored possibilities and laid the groundwork for future decisions.

Burnes' appearance at the meetings sparks trade speculation. His situation, along with teammates Willy Adames and Devin Williams, adds intrigue to the Brewers' offseason.

The Cardinals, considering outfield trades, could reshape their roster. Alek Manoah's potential move from the Blue Jays to the Cardinals is one to watch.

Despite interest from multiple teams, Hoskins' potential destinations remain uncertain. The impact of Bryce Harper's position shift influences the dynamics of his free agency.

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