By Luke Adams [December 3, 2012 at 11:12am CST]
An ex-Ranger is heading to the AL East, as Mike Napoli and the Red Sox agreed to a three-year contract earlier today. However, there's still plenty of activity going on out west, so let's round up a few items from the AL West....
The Mariners and Rangers sound like the two biggest suitors besides the Nationals for Adam LaRoche, says Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post (Twitter link).
As the Angels eye Sean Burnett, they continue to have interest in other relief options, according to MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez (via Twitter). Mike Adams remains a possibility, and the team also checked in on Joakim Soria, though he wants to close.
The Mariners remain open to signing a defensive catcher, tweets Greg Johns of MLB.com.
The Mariners had "no idea" that the Red Sox were closing in on an agreement with Napoli
, GM Jack Zduriencik tells Rob Bradford of WEEI.com.