The day before Thanksgiving means teams are going to try and tie up any loose ends before the holiday, then most are going to take a short break before ramping things up in front of the winter meetings. Sure enough, Wednesday morning brought a host of activity. Let's round up everything that's going on in MLB right here. 

Bundy trade coming? 

The Orioles are getting closer to trading starting pitcher Dylan Bundy, per Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. There's no word on where Bundy might end up or what the Orioles' return would be. 

Bundy, 27, has shown flashes of brilliance throughout his big-league career, but those moments have been buried under a sea of mediocrity or worse. In over 600 career innings, he's posted a 4.67 ERA and 1.33 WHIP. He led the majors in home runs allowed in 2018 and hasn't posted a sub-4.00 ERA. He has been striking out more than a batter per inning the last two seasons, though, and he's got good raw stuff. It's entirely possible a change of scenery gives him a big boost.