posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 02:05 PM
Red Sox could replace Martinez with Big Unit
The Journal's Sean McAdam reports that the Red Sox are talking to the Diamondbacks about a deal involving Randy Johnson. The Big Unit would likely
cost the Red Sox Bronson Arroyo and two prospects.
Three may be enough for Martinez
The Herald's Michael Silverman reports that Pedro Martinez may be willing to re-sign with the Red Sox even if they fail to offer him a four-year deal.
Mets may be cooling on Sosa
The Tribune's Dave van Dyck reports that the Mets may be losing interest in Sammy Sosa. If the Mets pass on Sosa, he could be dealt to the Mariners,
Rockies, Rangers or Royals.
Cubs want to re-sign Garciaparra
The Cubs are trying to extend Nomar Garciaparra's stay in Chicago. The Daily Herald's Bruce Miles reports that Garciaparra is the Cubs' "No. 1
Mariners offer deal to Wright
The Times' Bob Finnigan reports that the Mariners are believed to have offered Braves starter Jaret Wright a three-year, $15 million contract.
Dellucci considers Dodgers
Los Angeles Daily News
The Dodgers might be closing in on an agreement with free-agent outfielder David Dellucci, who has narrowed his list of potential clubs to four and is
expected to choose one within the next couple of days.
Twins up ante by $1 million
St. Paul Pioneer Press
The Twins have increased their $20 million, three-year offer to pitcher Brad Radke by $1 million... Unless the Twins significantly improve their $7
million, two-year offer to Corey Koskie, expect the free-agent third baseman to sign elsewhere within a week.
Ortiz May Be Wishful Thinking
However, if Ortiz ultimately gets what Boggs thinks he's worth -- perhaps $10 million annually -- there's very little chance he'll end up pitching in
Washington next year."
Indians make pitch for Clement
Cleveland Plain Dealer
They met with right-hander Matt Clement on Tuesday for several hours at Jacobs Field after signing closer Bob Wickman and meeting with Jon Lieber,
another free agent right-handed starter, last week.
Phillies interested in Lofton
New York Daily News
The Yankees continue to try to trade outfielder Kenny Lofton. A baseball source said that they have re-ignited discussions with the Phillies on a
possible Lofton deal.