- (Saturday) Earlier on Saturday, it was reported that Santana had decided that he would be signing a $14 million deal with an AL club, to whom many thought could be either the Toronto Blue Jays or Baltimore Orioles.
- (Saturday) The Blue Jays were that team, according to reports. However, Santana wanted a better deal before accepting Toronto's deal, and gave teams a 5:00 pm deadline.
- (Saturday) The Orioles offered a similar deal to the Blue Jays, reportedly offering $14 million plus incentives. Santana was presumably deciding between the two clubs.
- (Saturday) Jon Heyman of CBS Sports said that Santana was in discussions with the Blue Jays, Orioles, and one NL team, which a source confirmed to Cover Those Bases was the Phillies (Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe originally had that the Phillies were in discussions with the right-hander).
- (Saturday) At approximately 5:05 pm, Jon Morosi of CBS Sports tweeted that Santana had not in fact set a deadline, and that he could wait "days" before signing with a team.
- (7:09 AM) The Twins have emerged as a contender and have offered Ervin Santana a contract, according to media reports. It's unknown how interested the Twins are, which is why beliefs are still for the Blue Jays and Orioles signing Santana.
- (4:15 PM) The Braves could also make a run at Ervin Santana, reports David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Kris Medlen left Sunday's Spring Training game with a forearm strain. The Braves' interest could increase if Medlen is found to have a serious injury. In addition to Medlen's injury, Brandon Beachy left today's Spring Training start with bicep tightness.
(Last updated: 3/10/14, 4:15 PM; New updates on bottom)