Gallardo gets three years and $35 million. Will the Orioles now do the second thing we’ve been expecting? Implications for the Cubs there.
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Starting with runners on base? Starting batters with different counts? Runners must try and steal? Yikes.
Collins tells USA Today that he’s not really interested in using numbers to evaluate players. Maybe that’s fine. I’m glad the Cubs do, though.
The high end of that range wouldn’t be a terrible deal for Fowler. Hopefully it gets done soon.
Spring Training is basically here, and Fowler is still unsigned. That may not be the case for much longer.
Lazarito could be waiting, Shohei Ohtani is in Arizona, the Gurriel Brothers are somewhere secret, and much more.
Dexter Fowler holding things up, $500 million for Bryce Harper, a trade for Mike Trout and much more.
Everything must go!
Twice? Maybe I could possibly understand failing tests twice. But a third time? Seriously?
The price tag could simply grow too large on Lazarito. But there are other options out there.
Are the Giants a better bet to win 90 games than the Cubs? One bookmaker thinks so. And it’s kind of a relief.
Gallardo’s price tag could be quite large, and Fowler might be the next to drop thereafter.
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.