Gallardo’s price tag could be quite large, and Fowler might be the next to drop thereafter.
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It sounds like teams are still waiting on a decision. It’s a big one, so the young man can take his time a bit.
The timeline for the brothers’ arrival could be complicated. But their impact could be significant.
If the O’s do sign Gallardo, maybe they’ll get even more aggressive on another qualified free agent like Dexter Fowler.
At that price, even though he’s not an obvious fit for the Cubs, they’d have to consider it, right?
A rules change regarding slides at second base on double-play break-ups is probably going to be in place by Opening Day.
That’s the first time we’ve heard a sourced connection between the Cubs and the Cuban prospect.
The 28-year-old righty once looked like a huge arm in a loaded free agent class. But then a whole lot of struggling happened.
Young, arbitration-level, position player stars getting multi-year deals – this will be relevant to the Cubs’ future negotiations.
The Diamondbacks get just a little bit stronger in the tight NL West.
Huge swaths of free agents remain unsigned with Spring Training just around the corner.
They’ve signed zero free agents this offseason. Literally zero. And it seems to be part of a longer-term plan.
Are the White Sox and Rangers still a fit for Fowler? The Orioles picked up a starting pitcher, the Mets might trade an outfielder, and more.