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Winter Meetings: 30 teams, 30 rumors

The great thing about the Winter Meetings is that every team is involved. No matter who you root for there is going to be some sort of rumor tied to your team every day of the proceedings.

With that in mind, here's a look at the most intriguing rumor attached to every team at the moment. Check back in for regular updates.

The Angels switched second basemen, acquiring Josh Rutledge from the Rockies and sending Howie Kendrick to the Dodgers for promising young lefty Andrew Heaney. More >

Former Houston shortstop Jed Lowrie is reportedly seeking a three-year deal and could make sense for the Astros. More >

With newly acquired Marcus Semien slated to start at shortstop for the A's, Billy Beane indicated that a reunion with free-agent infielder Stephen Drew is unlikely. More >

Blue Jays
Toronto wants to upgrade its bullpen, and with Pat Neshek and Luke Gregerson gone to Houston, the Blue Jays could look to a group of free agents featuring Francisco Rodriguez and Joba Chamberlain. More >

The Braves keep getting calls on Justin Upton and Evan Gattis, and Atlanta has shown interest in packaging Upton with third baseman Chris Johnson. More >

Having filled a major need long before the Winter Meetings by acquiring first baseman Adam Lind, the Brewers don't anticipate making any moves before leaving San Diego. More >

The Cardinals are looking for a right-handed hitter who can play first base, and could turn to prospect Stephen Piscotty -- a third baseman turned outfielder -- if they can't find a fit from outside the organization. More >

The Cubs could use some outfield depth, and Jonny Gomes, who played for Joe Maddon in Tampa Bay, makes a lot of sense. More >

Arizona reportedly agreed to a deal sending left-hander Wade Miley to the Red Sox for right-handers Allen Webster and Rubby De La Rosa and another Minor Leaguer. More >

The Dodgers revamped their middle infield with an unconfirmed deal for shortstop Jimmy Rollins and a trade for second baseman Howie Kendrick while reportedly nearing a four-year deal with free-agent righty Brandon McCarthy. And after all that, they sent Matt Kemp to San Diego, according to a source. More >

After missing out on Jon Lester, the Giants are exploring various avenues to strengthen their rotation. They have talked to free-agent righty Ervin Santana and could explore a trade for Phillies lefty Cole Hamels. More >

The Tribe's lineup is looking strong, but the Indians currently lack starting pitching depth, and GM Chris Antonetti says it's more likely he will explore the trade market to address that. More >

The Braves have been shopping both Evan Gattis and Justin Upton, with some clubs pursuing them as a package deal. The Mariners, however, are reportedly only interested in Upton. More >

The Marlins swung a deal with the Dodgers for infielder Dee Gordon and right-hander Dan Haren involving seven players, including Miami pitching prospect Andrew Heaney. More >

The Mets are receiving significant interest in right-hander Dillon Gee, but the right offer has yet to surface. The club is also weighing whether to bid on Korean infielder Jung-Ho Kang. More >

The Nationals continue to keep tabs with Jordan Zimmermann about a possible extension, and several teams have inquired about Ross Detwiler. More >

The O's need outfield help and are apparently asking Boston about Yoenis Cespedes. More >

The Padres landed Matt Kemp in a five-player trade with the Dodgers, according to a source. More >

With Lester off the market, expect interest in Cole Hamels to increase quickly with the teams that lost out on Lester, such as the Red Sox, Giants and Dodgers, the most likely suitors. More >

Having added a lefty reliever by acquring Antonio Bastardo from the Phillies, the Pirates are looking to lock up a homegrown star as they talk extension with second baseman Neil Walker. More >

Jon Daniels said it is unlikely the Rangers will be serious bidders for James Shields, but that the club will keep an eye on the free-agent right-hander. More >

The Rays aren't tipping their hand on potential additions, keeping open the possibility that they will rely on bounceback seasons from Evan Longoria and Wil Myers for added production. More >

Red Sox
Boston, after losing out on a bid to re-sign Jon Lester, bolstered their starting rotation by dealing for Rick Pocello from the Tigers for outfelder Yoenis Cespedes and prospects. More >

Cincinnati continues to field calls about trading one of its starting pitchers or closer Aroldis Chapman, and the Reds could fill out their outfielder through free agency with Nori Aoki or Michael Morse. More >

The Rockies acquired an impressive young arm, sending infielder Josh Rutledge to the Angels for Minor League righty Jairo Diaz. More >

The Royals have been linked to several of their former players, including free-agent outfielders Nori Aoki and Melky Cabrera. More >

The Tigers added another big bat to their lineup by dealing right-handed pitcher Rick Porcello to the Red Sox for slugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes and a prospects. More >

The Twins are reportedly interested in free-agent right-hander Ervin Santana, even though they would need to sacrifice a Draft pick to sign him. More >

White Sox
After adding closer David Robertson and starter Jeff Samardzija, the White Sox have questions to address at second base and with the rest of their starting rotation. More >

Brian Cashman has not committed to making a run for Max Scherzer as the Yankees attempt to bring back Chase Headley and eye another reliever such as Sergio Romo or Jason Grilli. More >