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The Daily Chop: Duvall non-tendered, three players signed, teams monitoring Ozuna, and more

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The Braves brought back three arb-eligible players by tendering them one-year deals. Adam Duvall was not among them, and he now becomes a free agent.

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The Braves made the decision to non-tender outfielder Adam Duvall on Wednesday, which makes him a free agent. Duvall was excellent in 2020, providing power and defense for Atlanta during a trying season. The 29-year-old opted to play the 2020 season despite his severe battle with diabetes. The Braves could still bring Duvall back, but this is certainly a curious decision.

Braves News

Braves non-tender Adam Duvall, reach one-year agreement with Luke Jackson

The Braves let Duvall walk, but reached a one-year agreement with reliever Luke Jackson.

Braves reach one-year deal with Johan Camargo for 2021

The Braves will bring Camargo back on a one-year deal as well.

Braves reach agreement with reliever Grant Dayton for $900K

Grant Dayton will also rejoin the cub in 2021.

Giants, Blue Jays showing interest in Marcell Ozuna, per report

Several teams, as expected, are showing serious interest in Marcell Ozuna this winter. His market is robust, but will likely become ever more so after the league rules on the designated hitter for 2021.

MLB News

New players added to winter’s free-agent mix

Some relatively high-profile players were non-tendered on Wednesday and are now free agents.

Knebel ‘excited’ to join World Series champs

The Dodgers add another potential high-leverage reliever, if healthy.

Halos trade for veteran shortstop Iglesias

Jose Iglesias is headed west to join the Angels.