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Hamilton, Greinke remain on market after meetings

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New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman listens to a question Thursday as he talks with reporters during the Rule 5 draft at the baseball winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn.

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Detroit Tigers general manager David Dombrowski, center, talks with reporters Thursday following the Rule 5 draft at the baseball winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn.

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As teams headed home from the winter meetings Thursday, the biggest free agents were still on the market. The availability of slugger Josh Hamilton and pitcher Zack Greinke held up decisions on other signings and possible trades involving on Rangers star Michael Young and the Mets' Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey. The Yankees, quiet thus far, were pursuing former Boston star Kevin Youkilis and also met with the agent for Mark Reynolds.
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    • New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman listens to a question Thursday as he talks with reporters during the Rule 5 draft at the baseball winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn.
    •  Detroit Tigers general manager David Dombrowski, center, talks with reporters Thursday following the Rule 5 draft at the baseball winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn.
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