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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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7 a.m. ET: The first day of the MLB winter meetings came and went without too much activity, especially in terms of big names. Will the hot stove heat up during the meetings' second day? All of the marquee names are still on the table, and there are plenty of questions to be answered. Does C.J. Wilson really have a six-year deal from someone, and if he does, why hasn't he...
The Angels, perhaps sensing they are about to lose free-agent pitcher C.J. Wilson to the Miami Marlins, jumped head-first into the bidding for slugger Albert Pujols on Wednesday night, according to two people who are familiar with negotiations but not authorized to speak about them publicly.
So there's gotta be a Ponzi scheme behind all of this, right?
According to an overnight tweet from Jon Heyman, the Miami Marlins have upped their contract offer to Albert Pujols to 10 years. The two sides met not once, but twice on Monday, Scott Miller of CBS Sports reports, but a decision does not appear imminent.
So if you're keeping score at home, that's $27 million...
The Cardinals badly want to retain Albert Pujols, but they have competition from the Miami Marlins -- and perhaps from their main rivals, the Chicago Cubs.
The Marlins decided not to wait for 1b Albert Pujols, opting to instead sign Mark Buehrle to a 4 year $58 million dollar deal. He will reunite with manger Ozzie Guillen and join a rotation bolstered by Josh Johnson, Anibal Sanchez, Ricky Nolesco, and Chris Volstad.
For four days, the parade of bidders has traipsed through the winter meetings hotel suite of Albert Pujols' agent, Dan Lozano. But when the meetings end Thursday, it's now clear that Pujols' negotiations will be far from over, sources told ESPN.com.
Albert Pujols will get a huge contract, there's no doubt. But the team that will sign the three-time NL MVP remains unclear.
DALLAS — As the $200 million question involving Albert Pujols’ South Beach or St. Louis decision crept into the late-night hours Tuesday, some of the Cubs’ bigger ideas for the offseason crept along in the shadows. Not that the Cubs have been anywhere near real discussions for the Cardinals’...
Having already signed closer Heath Bell and shortstop Jose Reyes to big contracts this offseason, the Miami Marlins are targeting the most prominent free agent on the market: Albert Pujols.
ESPN reported Tuesday that the team has extended a 10-year offer to the Cardinals' first baseman. It is not known how much the Marlins are willing to pay for Pujols, who turned down a 9-year...
Here is the latest, relevant hot stove buzz circulating around the Winter Meetings:
The Nationals will not be a factor for free-agent first basemen Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder.
The Diamondbacks have extended a contract offer to Joe Saunders.
The Reds are interested in free-agent reliever Octavio Dotel and Braves starting pitcher Jair Jurrjens.
The Dodgers signed Jerry Hairston...
ROGER MOONEY DALLAS The Marlins are not the only team waiting to see if Albert Pujols will accept their 10-year, $200 million contract offer. Teams looking for first basemen are eager for the decision, as well. Gaby Sanchez, the…
While the Miami Marlins wait on Albert Pujols to make up his mind, they introduced another piece of their offseason puzzle on Wednesday by announcing a six-year deal with shortstop Jose Reyes.