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The Chicago White Sox assured themselves of at least some compensation Wednesday by offering salary arbitration to free agent left-handed ace Mark Buehrle.
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According to multiple sources close to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, Nationals officials, led by their GM, Mike Rizzo, will visit Mark Buehrle and his representatives from CAA Sports today at his house at St. Louis.
Kilgore says that the Nationals are looking for a veteran starter to go with their young, talented staff. “The pitcher we're looking for is a good leader...
The Chicago White Sox have offered salary arbitration to free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle prior to Wednesday's deadline.
If free-agent lefty signs elsewhere, they're assured extra draft pickThe White Sox assured themselves of a draft pick in the event they lose Mark Buehrle by offering their left-handed free-agent ace salary arbitration Wednesday.
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Mark Buehrle throws to Toronto Blue Jays leadoff hitter Mike McCoy during the first inning of their MLB American League baseball game in Chicago, Illinois, September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)
It's not even December yet, but Mike Rizzo is already making housecalls -- reportedly making a...
New CBA may eliminate payment for loss of Type B free agentsWhile the courting of left-hander Mark Buehrle continued Monday, the White Sox face the prospect of not receiving a compensation draft pick if their free agent ace signs elsewhere.
The Nationals will visit free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle on Monday at the left-hander's home in St. Louis, a baseball source confirmed.
The White Sox offered salary arbitration to free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle, but declined to offer arbitration to outfielder Juan Pierre, the club announced Wednesday.
The White Sox offered arbitration to free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle on Wednesday, but declined to do the same for free agent Juan Pierre.