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Terry Pluto's talkin about D'Qwell Jackson and the Browns' offensive line; the Indians and Grady Sizemore, the Cavs and the lockout and more in Terry's Talkin'.
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Free agent Grady Sizemore is currently in contract talks with the Cleveland Indians, according to the outfielder’s agent.Joe Urbon told Fox Sports that his client is in serious discussions to stay in Cleveland, where he’s played his entire eight-year MLB career. Sizemore will likely get a one-year offer, in an effort to rehab his shaky knees and take another shot at the free...
Sizemore and the Indians are re-united forat least one more season (Photo: AP).Some news, notes, and thoughts from my Indians notebook...The return of GradyWow, how quickly things can change.Just less than three weeks ago on October 31st the Indians chose to decline outfielder Grady Sizemore’s $9 million club option and the chances of him returning were remote. While he and the...
Even after letting Grady Sizemore enter free agency, the Indians were interested in keeping him. Now a one-year deal between the two sides appears close to fruition.
The Cleveland Indians are working on a deal to bring back former All-Star centerfielder Grady Sizemore.
The Indians declined a $9 million option for Sizemore on Oct. 31, but are interested in re-signing the center fielder ... but at a lower price.
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"This is very promising. If Grady signs an incentive-filled contract with the Tribe, it will represent an all-too-rare responsible agreement that fairly acknowledges the risks due to his history of injuries and allocates them in a reasonable manner. How great a story would it be if he bounces back in 2012 and we sign him to a long term agreement going forward?" - billindc
The Cleveland Indians are in “serious discussions” with Grady Sizemore, sources close to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports say. Rosenthal adds, “One source says, “70-30.” Another says, “very likely.”
Earlier this month, there were rumors about the Colorado Rockies expressing interest in the free agent outfielder. ESPN's Jim Bowden predicted Sizemore would receive...
The Cleveland Indians have stepped up their efforts to sign outfielder Grady Sizemore, less than three weeks after declining a $9 million option and allowing him to become a free agent.
The Indians and Grady Sizemore are having "serious discussions" about a one-year contract, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (Twitter link). One of Rosenthal's sources says a deal is "very likely," while another source is only slightly less optimistic, pegging the chances of an agreement at "70-30."
It would be a bit of a surprise if Sizemore...
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“How in the name of Woody could this team come out flat? Home game. Senior Day. Penn State. Two previous weeks of slow starts to learn from. Unreal. The Travis Howard show...
They missed on free-agent target Grady Sizemore. Mark Ellis and Jamey Carroll took more money elsewhere. And Martin Prado, for now, remains a Brave.