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The Los Angeles Dodgers are rumored to be the favorite to
sign right-hander Zack Greinke, and they took the first step in that process
yesterday as they met with the free agent, reports Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports.
The Dodgers met Thursday with Zack Greinke. They're very serious about signing him, and this looks like the start of it.
— Tim Brown (@TBrownYahoo) November 30, 2012
Entering the offseason the Dodgers were just listed among
the potential suitors of Greinke, but the other LA club was considered the
frontrunner to sign him. The Angels traded Ervin Santana to the Kansas City
Royals and let Dan Haren walk in an effort to free up space to re-sign Greinke.
However, according to a recent report, the Angels are now on
the outside looking in when it comes to Greinke while the Dodgers are favored
to acquire the top-of-the-rotation starter.
Greinke’s demands could be record-setting, as his reported
$150 million asking price would give him the highest salary of any right-handed
starting pitcher. The Dodgers have shown their willing to spend money, and
according to Brown they are “very serious” about signing the free agent.
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With all the controversy going on in Los Angeles about who they will pick up in the offseason, many outlets have begun to report that they have their sights set firmly on current free agent pitcher Zack Greinke. By acquiring the talents of Greinke, the Dodgers could become viable MLB picks throughout the year. While Los Angeles certainly has the money to get Greinke going into the...
The Dodgers met with Zack Greinke this week, according to a person familiar with the situation who wasnt authorized to comment on the matter.
Greinke is the top starting pitcher on the free-agent market and is expected to sign a nine-figure contract, something the Dodgers have the wherewithal to offer him.
The Dodgers are also interested in Anibal Sanchez.
If the Dodgers fail...
While the Los Angeles Angels are now viewed as unlikely to re-sign
right-hander Zack Greinke this winter, the Los Angeles Dodgers are seen as the
frontrunner for the market’s top starter, reports Jim Bowden of ESPN.
Los Angeles Dodgers are considered the front runner for Zack Greinke according to source with knowledge of the negotiations.... but NOT over
— JIM BOWDEN ...
While the Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly the favorite to
sign right-hander Zack Greinke, and the Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels have
also been tied to the free agent, the Washington Nationals could pose the “biggest
threat” to the Dodgers in the sweepstakes or the market’s top starter, reports
Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com.
The Dodgers are the assumed favorites...
If the Zack Greinke sweepstakes comes down to the two L.A. teams as many have speculated, then the talented right-hander could soon don Dodger Blue.
According to CBSSports.com’s Danny Knobler, the Angels are unlikely to sign Greinke despite once being considered the favorites to do so.
A report over the weekend indicated that Greinke could be in line to receive a record-setting...
If reports are to be believed, the Angels have gotten a sense of what kind of financial commitment it will take to keep Zack Greinke and decided that they just can't afford him... even though they kind of knew what his price tag would be when they traded for him... and still knew that price a few weeks ago when they overtly expressed how re-signing was their top priority.
If it wasn't obvious by now, I have become completely obsessed with the Angels and their pursuit of Zack Greinke. Or I should say their aborted pursuit of Greinke because apparently everyone, including the Halos, has decided that the Dodgers are just going to give him all the money in the world. That's the conventional wisdom. The Dodgers have unlimited money and want...
The Rangers are favorites to land Zack Greinke, according to Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register.
For what it’s worth, I was told today the #Rangers are the favorites for Greinke. It could all just be posturing now. Wait and see.
That goes against what Jim Bowden of ESPN said though.
Los Angeles Dodgers are considered the front runner for Zack Greinke according to source...
Two years ago, Zack Greinke rejected a trade to the Washington Nationals because he thought the team wasn't good enough.
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I'm not saying the Nats suddenly are the favorites for Greinke -- that distinction belongs...
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You never believe it when they are mentioned in rumors. You scoff and mock the reporter who even suggests their presence. But then, lo and behold, that'...
The baseball offseason is entering its second month, and so far the biggest story has been the Miami Marlins' salary dump.
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The elaborate Opryland...
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