Found January 15, 2013 on Fangraphs:
Scott Boras has several clients who are yet to be signed for the 2013 season. Three of those clients — Kyle Lohse, Rafael Soriano, and Michael Bourn — received qualifying offers from their former teams, and rejected those offers. As a result, whatever teams sign those players will give up a sandw...

Nats add another Boras client

Six years ago, Rafael Soriano was traded, straight up, for Horacio Ramirez. Tuesday, Soriano became the highest-paid relief pitcher in baseball. Yes, Scott Boras has done it again. Soriano's two-year, $28 million deal to become the Washington Nationals' closer affirmed no less than 10 Hot Stove truths: 1. Boras usually -- but not always -- finds a way for his high-profile...

Boras Finds Rafael Soriano a Home in D.C.

Coming into the offseason, Rafael Soriano had a choice: return to the Yankees in 2013 for $14 million, or opt out, collect $1.5 million, and become a free agent. Consensus around these parts was that Soriano should stay put. Soriano opted out. The Yankees extended to Soriano a $13.3 million qualifying offer, and there was a strong argument that Soriano should accept it and stay with...
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