Adding Tanaka to an already-robust rotation and roster would be a thoroughly new Dodgers move.
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It sounds like the range is $100 million to $200 million annually. Somewhere in the middle would be a nice deal.
Just how interested are those wealthy Dodgers? And is Tanaka’s contract going to have an opt-out?
Teams, including the Cubs, reportedly meeting with Tanaka now in Los Angeles.
If the Pirates and Orioles lose a preferred free agent pitching option, might they return to the trade market?
Biggio gets 74.8%. He missed by one vote. Maddux wasn’t named on 16 ballots.
If the sides meet this week, there could be several other suitors doing the same. Any changes in who’s involved?
They’re not just good now – they’re built well for the future, too.
There are no words. Well, there are some words. But I can’t print most of them.
Is it now the Yankees who won’t be outbid? If so, does any other team really have a shot?
Trade talks still happening on the Samardzija front? Tanaka suitors ramping up?
Are the Cubs in a unique position to exploit the struggles of yet unsigned free agents? Technically yes.
And a reminder of just how under market the Chicago Cubs’ current TV deal is.