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10 Questions Light Up Winter Meetings

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The Winter Meetings have kicked off in Nashville, giving general managers, agents and players chance to meet face-to-face to discuss trades and free agent signings over the next four days. While there’s no guarantee any of the following questions get answered during that time period — teams still have the rest of the winter to shore up their rosters — here are 10 that cover a great deal of the meetings’ early buzz.

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