Found December 22, 2011 on
New York Times Sports:
Gio Gonzalez, a left-handed starter for Oakland, was traded to Washington, and Carlos Beltran is headed to St. Louis.
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The Cardinals used some of the cash freed by the departure of Albert Pujols departure to sign the slugging outfielder to a reported 2-year, $26 million contract.
To all of you drafting 2012 Blue Jay projected lineups with Carlos Beltran hitting cleanup, wrong color bird. So today's lesson is simple:World Series rings are a great recruiting tool.
(Reuters) - The St Louis Cardinals have signed outfielder Carlos Beltran pending a physical, the team announced on Thursday.
The St. Louis Cardinals have reportedly come to terms with free agent outfielder Carlos Beltran on a two-year contract.
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OAKLAND, Calif. -- Left-hander Gio Gonzalez on Thursday said the Washington Nationals have agreed to acquire him in a trade with the Oakland Athletics, pending a physical and the deal being finalized.
“It’s 99 percent done,” Gonzalez said in a phone interview. “It’s pending a physical and I...
Throughout the offseason, A's starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez's name has been linked to numerous teams, including the Phillies, Yankees and Marlins. If there was a preference for a landing spot, Gonzalez certainly wouldn't mind his hometown of Miami.
Oakland's migration of All-Star starters continued Thursday, when the team traded Gio Gonzalez. The left-hander, among the most coveted trade targets this offseason, went to Washington in exchange for right-handers A.J....