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Newz Forum: BASEBALL: MLB Rumors and News 02/09/04

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Salmon may be done
Los Angeles Times

Tim Salmon's days as an Angel may be over. The Times's Mike DiGiovanna reports that Salmon, who is about to undergo shoulder and knee surgeries, is unsure if he will return to the field.
 

Blue Jays should bring back Delgado
Toronto Sun

Sun columnist Bob Elliott thinks that the Blue Jays should re-sign Carlos Delgado. If the Blue Jays pass on Delgado, he could join the Dodgers, Red Sox, Marlins, Mariners or Expos.

Pavano could sign with Mets or Yankees
New York Post

The Post's Evan Grossman reports that both the Yankees and Mets may be interested in signing Marlins starter Carl Pavano.

Mets may look to upgrade rotation
New York Post

The Post's Mark Hale reports that the Mets could pursue Carl Pavano, Matt Morris or Pedro Martinez if they decide against re-signing Kris Benson.

Will Mariners fire Melvin?
Seattle Times

The Times's Bob Finnigan reports that the Mariners could decide manager Bob Melvin's fate at their annual organizational meetings later this season.

Kruk Target Of Loaiza Brushback
New York Post

John Kruk doesn't think much of Esteban Loaiza. And vice versa. Kruk, an analyst on ESPN's SportsCenter, claimed Loaiza quit in the 22-0 loss to Cleveland on Tuesday night, but the Yankee righty dismissed Kruk as an ex-ballplayer with a dubious handle on today's game.

Cards reach rare levels
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Now, consider what their 4-2 victory over the San Diego Padres at Busch Stadium means. It means they have won two of every three games this season or, in other words, they have won twice as many games as they have lost.

It's no easy mess to clean
Philadelphia Daily

The Phillies were built for now. Besides pitchers Gavin Floyd and Cole Hamels, there are no coveted studs in their farm system (apologies to Ryan Howard) who can trigger a rock-the-world deal. Clearly then, blowing it up is not an option.

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