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Newz Forum: BASEBALL: MLB Rumors and News 10/08/04

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posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 02:21 PM
Who's next for Jays?
Globe and Mail

Globe and Mail columnist Jeff Blair writes that Bob Geren, Jerry Manuel and Davey Johnson may all have a shot at becoming the Blue Jays' next manager.

Time for Mets to deal Piazza
Bergen Record

Record columnist Bob Klapisch thinks that the Mets should deal Mike Piazza to a team in the A.L. Piazza could land with the Red Sox or Yankees.

Ordonez unlikely to re-sign with White Sox
Chicago Sun-Times

Sun-Times columnist Jay Mariotti writes that the White Sox could lose Magglio Ordonez to the Mets, Red Sox or Dodgers. If Ordonez decides to flee, the Sox could replace him with J.D. Drew.

Mets could trade Matsui, Glavine in offseason
Newark Star-Ledger

The Star-Ledger's David Waldstein reports that the Mets may want to think about swapping Kaz Matsui for the Mariners' Bret Boone. The Mets could also try to deal Tom Glavine to the Yankees, Red Sox or Braves.

Castilla wants a raise
Denver Post

The Post's Troy E. Renck reports that Colorado's Vinny Castilla plans to decline the option on his contract. Castilla would like to stay with the Rockies, but he is looking for a raise.

Morales appears on Indians' radar
Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Indians are interested in Cuban defector Kendry Morales and could use the $2.2 million they've offered No. 1 pick Jeremy Sowers to try and sign him.

Bowa is safe - but are Phillies out?

Maybe the Phillies should put Larry Bowa back on the hot seat. While speculation the manager's job was in jeopardy rumbled through the Phillies' clubhouse last week, the Phillies went 5-1 on the West Coast and showed signs of climbing back into the playoff race.

Yankees may pursue Beltran
Bergen Record

The Bombers, however, will likely use the money they're saving on Jose Contreras to pursue free-agent-to-be Carlos Beltran, who's been telling friends lately he'd loved to play in the Bronx next year.

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