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DALLAS (AP) - Mark Buehrle joined Heath Bell and Jose Reyes in baseball's Miami migration as the Marlins got tired of waiting for Albert Pujols and pulled their offer.Dominating the market under art dealer-owner Jeffrey Loria, the Marlins increased their spending spree to $191 million in less than a week, ...
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The off-season spending spree for the Miami Marlins continued on Wednesday as they agreed to a four year contract with pitcher Mark Buehrle who had most recently pitched for the Chicago White Sox. Buehrle played under new Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen while in Chicago — a factor that no doubt played a role in signing [...]
The Miami Marlins have made a six-year offer to free-agent starter C.J. Wilson, according to sources.
The left-hander is expected to decide between the Marlins and the Los Angeles Angels.
Free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle is also deciding between two teams, the Marlins and the Washington Nationals, according to sources.
Texas Rangers principal owner and CEO Nolan Ryan told FOXSports...
The Miami Marlins plucked another free agent prize Wednesday, reaching a deal with four-time All-Star pitcher Mark Buehrle for $58 million over four years.
DALLAS (AP) -- Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen says the team has reached a deal with free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle.
The Marlins have been the busiest team at baseball's winter meetings. Earlier this week they landed All-Star free agents Jose Reyes and Heath Bell.
Buehrle pitched for Guillen last season with the Chicago White Sox. The 32-year-old lefty was 13-9 with a 3.59 ERA.
The latest free agent to choose the Marlins: veteran left-handed pitcher Mark Buehrle. According to sources, Buehrle and the Marlins agreed to a four-year, $58 million deal.
The Marlins made their third big free-agent splash Wednesday, adding left-hander Mark Buehrle to a new class of players that already included closer Heath Bell and shortstop Jose Reyes.
Despite their desire to make a big splash at the meetings, the Washington Nationals were no where to be found on Day 1 of the MLB Winter Meetings. Unless you count conflicting rumors flying off the handle about the teams interest in CJ Wilson, Mark Buehrle, Prince Fielder, and even Albert Pujols. Here's what we know about the Nats after one day of negotiating.
“The Mets are one of five teams on free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle’s list of finalists, according to an industry source,” writes Anthony DiComo of MLB.com.
DiComo says the Rangers and Marlins are also on Buehrle’s list.
Yesterday, Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com said teams were mostly offering Buehrle three-year deals worth just under $40 million. However, Jon Heyman later...
With Mark Buehrle and C.J. Wilson both being snatched up by other teams, the Texas Rangers missed out on signing a free agent starting pitcher, even though the Yu Darvish sweepstakes is still alive and well with the winning bid to negotiate with the Japanese phenom set to be announced Monday.
But if the Rangers don't land Darvish, they will be in need of a starting pitcher...
The Marlins agreed to sign lefty Mark Buehrle to a four-year, $58MM deal, tweets Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.
Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen says the team has reached a deal with free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle. The Marlins have been the busiest team at baseball's winter meetings. Earlier this week they landed All-Star free agents Jose Reyes and Heath Bell. Buehrle pitched for Guillen last season with the Chicago White Sox.
Marlins may pivot quickly to much-in-demand Buehrle if Pujols rejects themDALLAS — One reason the Marlins and Cardinals want a quick answer on Albert Pujols is so they can decide whether to chase free agent pitchers Mark Buehrle and/or C.J. Wilson.