I think it was probably a perfectly normal meeting. If teams were intending to take him to dinner or show him around town, the visits wouldn't have been scheduled so close together. The real work is for the agent still. Most of the meeting would be the team pitching the player, not vice-versa.
I also think all these teams publicly saying they want to make sure he's not a lazy or dirty player are just negotiating in public. You know he's going to say the right things in these interviews. And teams - especially the Yankees being in the AL East and the Phillies given the Orioles family tree - already know what he's about, and whether any issues truly cancel out the talent. Sure, they are real concerns, but it's not a job interview. The teams all want him, only the cost is in question.