Found November 28, 2011 on PRO Rumors:
Jonathan Broxton is likely to sign soon according to his agent BB Abbott via Mark Hale of the New York Post. The New York Mets who are a team in need of a closer appear to be out on Broxton as Abbott told Mark Hale, “I don't think it will be New York for him.” Last week we heard as many as ten teams were showing interest in Broxton. The 27-year-old former All Star was limited in 2011 due to injury and is coming of minor elbow surgery, though he should be ready for Spring Training.  In 14 games last season, the right-hander was 1-2 with seven saves in 14 appearances. In 2011, Broxton made $7mm in the second year of his two year deal. In 2009, Broxton had a career year where he posted a 2.61 era while saving 36 games and striking 114 out along the way. Image taken by SD Dirk and used under the Creative Commons License Agreement.

Agent says Broxton not returning to Dodgers

Jonathan Broxton has ruled out the possibility of re-signing with the Dodgers, according to his agent, BB Abbott. He will not be back in L.A., Abbott wrote in a text message Monday morning. Abbott said his client is close to moving on. He had multiple suitors and we should have something tentative in the next few days, Abbott said. Abbott acknowledged he had conversations with...

Mets not in on Broxton

Reports indicate that Jonathan Broxton will select his next team within the week, but despite needing a closer the Mets aren't believed to be involved.  The Mets never appeared interested in Broxton and probably his injury history is why. I'm glad the Mets are passing on him, Broxton seems to be an injury waiting to happen...

The Tale of Jonathan Broxton

Jonathan Broxton on Tuesday signed a one-year deal with the Royals. Kevin Agee explores how the once-dominant relief pitcher ended up looking to reclaim his spot as one of the game's most feared late-inning firemen in Kansas City.

Royals Add Jonathan Broxton, Flexibility

The Royals can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. The upcoming season may not be the first one since 1985 to see a Kansas City club make the playoffs, but 2011 showed there is exciting talent on hand. The offense scored 730 runs last season and posted a 102 wRC+ despite relying largely on young players. But the pitching… let’s not talk about the pitching. Dayton...

Around The Bases: Broxton, Torre, And More

Well we know that Jamey Carroll has moved on to be the starting shortstop for the Twins in 2012. Rod Barajas has moved on as well, as he signed to be the starting battery-mate for the Pirates. Looks like next in line for the mass exodus of Chavez Ravine is non other than the once dominant closer Jonathan Broxton. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick was tweeting earlier this afternoon...

Dodgers not short on options to fill Broxton void

With Jonathan Broxton having departed to Kansas City, the closer shoes left to fill are large in Chavez Ravine, but it's not as if the Dodgers' bullpen is bare when it comes to protecting ninth-inning leads.

Broxton’s agent doesn’t think he’ll sign with Mets

In a post to Twitter, Mark Hale of the New York Post says BB Abbott, the agent for RHP Jonathan Broxton, doesn’t think his client will be signing with the Mets. Last week, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN said Broxton, who missed most of the 2011 season with a bruised elbow was to begin throwing soon, and is expected to seek a one-year deal to rebuild his value and enter free agency again...

Broxton headed to Kansas City

The Kansas City Royals have agreed to a one-year deal with right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton. Financial terms were not released, but it is believed to be a $4 million pact and is pending a physical which is expected to take place on Wednesday.

Jonathan Broxton is not returning to the Dodgers

Agent says the reliever has multiple suitors and is moving on.Jonathan Broxton has ruled out the possibility of re-signing with the Dodgers, according to his agent, BB Abbott.

Former All-Star Broxton reaches deal with Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Reliever Jonathan Broxton and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a one-year contract that guarantees the right-hander $4 million..

Broxton, Royals agree to $4 million deal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Reliever Jonathan Broxton and the Kansas City Royals agreed Tuesday to a one-year contract that guarantees the right-hander $4 million, solidifying one of the big league's youngest bullpens and providing a setup man for closer Joakim Soria.

Royals sign Jonathan Broxton

Another closer can be crossed of Sandy Alderson’s list with the news of Jonathan Broxton being signed by the Kansas City Royals for $4 million with $1 million in possible incentives. #bbpBox_141614856922075136 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_141614856922075136 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Heard some within Mets org. felt that $4M tag on Broxton was too...

Jonathan Broxton Won't Be A Dodger In 2012

The Dodgers did not offer salary arbitration by Wednesday night's deadline to any of their seven free agents and will receive no compensation if they sign with another club. They are Casey Blake, Jonathan Broxton, Jon Garland, Hiroki Kuroda, Mike MacDougal, Aaron Miles and Vicente Padilla. Kuroda is the lone ranking player among them, a Type B.
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