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A look at the Miami Marlins, key free agents and more
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DALLAS With the Miami Marlins in apparent hot pursuit of their star, the St. Louis Cardinals are working around the clock to re-sign Albert Pujols.
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak and chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. met with agent Dan Lozano for an hour Sunday night and the two sides talked again Monday.
"I would say we represented where we are, both sides, and we're...
Here's the running list of Tuesday rumors from the Winter Meetings:
– The Miami Marlins have offered a ten-year deal to free agent Albert Pujols. (Jon Heyman, Sports Illustrated)
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HBT: The Marlins have reportedly 'boosted' their initial nine-year offer to free agent star Albert Pujols.
St. Louis’ winter meeting plans hinge on the Albert Pujols contract negotiations.
Managing Editor Dave Cameron is a guest both (a) at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX, where this year’s Winter Meetings are taking place and (b) on this edition of FanGraphs Audio. Among the topics covered: the Marlins’ signing of Jose Reyes and pursuit of Albert Pujols. The actual Rob Neyer also makes a brief appearance, which is made entirely awkward by the host...
If you thought the Miami Marlins' offers to both Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols were nothing more than public relations window dressing, think again.
HBT: And the big three of Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder and Jose Reyes aren’t making nearly enough noise, so it’s definitely time for some mystery suitors to become involved.
Nationals back off Brewers first baseman, but Orioles may be jumping inDALLAS — According to one report Monday, five teams are interested in free-agent infielder Carlos Guillen . That might be more than are legitimately pursuing Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder combined.
How massive will Prince Fielder's contract be? How much of a factor are Albert Pujols' St. Louis ties? And how impactful will the Winter Meetings be? Jon Heyman has the answers.
Unlike last year, when the Yankees were in the middle of the Cliff Lee sweepstakes, they figure to be casual observers as other teams jockey for the services of free agents from Albert Pujols to Jose Reyes to Prince Fielder.