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Potential target of Yankees
Beneficiary of Chapman's decision
Benefits from arbitration cutoff
May go untendered
Hoping for extension with Yanks
Chapman's preference is to sign an extension with the Yankees, but he intends to opt out of the two year, $30 million option left on his contract if the two sides are unable to come to a deal quickly, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Staying with Dodgers
Club will try to keep him
Available in trade
Probably will have option picked up
Option probably will be re-upped
Open to pitching before ninth
Could get qualifying offer
Lock to rejoin club in 2020
Could join club for ALCS
Staying put in Queens
Extension talks in progress
Postseason closer role fluid?
Dave Roberts said Jansen will start the playoffs as the Dodgers' closer, but that could change depending on his performance, Jon Morosi of MLB Network said on Monday's MLB Central.
Could be Rays' 2020 closer
Anderson, who has a 1.16 FIP in 19 innings since joining the Rays, could emerge as the team's closer next season.
Looking like future closer
Gallegos, who earned his first save of the season Thursday, could step in as the Cardinals' closer in 2020.
Apparent leader for 2020 closer job
Done closing this year?
Diaz, who now has seven blown saves this season, may not see many more save chances over the rest of the year.
Almost was sent to Yankees
Viewed as leading saves candidate
Impressing in relief