Found February 15, 2012 on Reading Between The Seams:
As the 2011 season came to a close, the Marlins and Angels took the spotlight in the Winter Meetings held in Dallas. The Los Angeles Angels won the Pujols sweepstakes and Miami signed SS Jose Reyes, all-star closer Heath Bell and Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle. Only a few teams made noise at the
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