posted on Aug, 25 2004 @ 03:22 PM
Big Unit deal could still go down
The Republic's Bob McManaman reports that there is still a chance that Randy Johnson could be shipped out of Arizona in a waiver-wire deal.
White Sox may let Ordonez walk
The Sun-Times' Doug Padilla reports that GM Ken Williams hinted yesterday that the White Sox may not be willing to re-sign Magglio Ordonez.
Several teams could make offers to Koskie
St. Paul Pioneer Press
Pioneer Press columnist Charley Walters writes that Twins third baseman Corey Koskie could draw interest from "at least a half-dozen teams" if he
becomes a free agent in the offseason.
Burnitz talks stall
Jeromy Burnitz's contract talks with the Rockies have stalled. The Post's Troy E. Renck reports that Burnitz is now "bracing for his exit" from
Tigers may sign free agent pitcher
Detroit Free Press
Free Press columnist Drew Sharp writes that the Tigers could pursue the likes of Brad Radke, Eric Milton, Kevin Millwood or Matt Clement in the
Indians Setting their sights on Morales
Akron Beacon Journal
Cuban defector Kendry Morales has the interest of the Indians -- and probably many other teams -- after being granted residence status in the
Mets could sign Buchanan
San Diego Union-Tribune
Outfielder Brian Buchanan turned down his Triple-A assignment and became a free agent, saving the Padres $140,000 in salary. The Mets are among the
teams said to have an interest in signing him.
DePodesta Unlikely to Acquire a Catcher
Los Angeles Times
Although Dodger catchers have hit so poorly that the lineup now includes two near-automatic outs at the bottom, General Manager Paul DePodesta said he
does not intend to acquire another catcher in the six days before postseason eligibility is frozen.
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