posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 01:33 PM
Red Sox may try to sign Beltre
Globe columnist Gordon Edes writes that the Red Sox may let Orlando Cabrera walk and use the money they save to lure Adrian Beltre to Boston.
Mets have eyes on Ordonez
New York Post
The Post's Mark Hale reports that Mets GM Jim Duquette says that he will "be watching" Magglio Ordonez. Ordonez will be a free agent at the end of the
season and the Mets could make a run at him.
Yankees may pass on Walker
Rocky Mountain News
Sources told the News' Tracy Ringolsby that the Yankees "have not expressed interest" in Larry Walker.
White Sox could deal Garland, Schoeneweis
Herald columnist Scot Gregor writes that the White Sox may try to trade pitchers Jon Garland and Scott Schoeneweis.
Indians will have money to burn
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer's Paul Hoynes reports that the Indians could have up to $15 million to spend in the offseason.
In end, deal made sense
It may not matter how (Orlando Cabrera) performs down the stretch for the Sox; unless he takes them deep into October, the Sox may decide their
resources are better spent at another position, like third base, where power-hitting Adrian Beltre of the Dodgers is eligible to come onto the market,
or on a starting pitcher or two, especially if Pedro Martinez leaves.
White Sox may dump Garland, Schoeneweis
Don't be surprised if Garland and Schoeneweis both are cut loose, paving the way for Felix Diaz and Neal Cotts to step into the rotation next
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