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BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Albert Pujols is finally signing with the Cardinals and making sure that history remembers one of its best as a redbird for life!!
How can you have a celebratory press conference marking one of the biggest contracts in the history of the sport with the media relations team taking an extended weekend?
So, wait, JC isn’t right about this?
In an offseason that has already featured a facepalming general manager search and is not going to feature Prince Fielder, Albert Pujols, C.J. Wilson, or any one of relevance, the Baltimore Orioles introduced their new uniforms and reintroduced the cartoon bird, kind of like a “we’re sorry” for what has, and is going to, happen in these next three months.
At 9:30 this AM...
News and rumors from MLB's GM/owners meetings at the Pfister Hotel.
After being formally introduced Friday morning at Wrigley Field as the Cubs new manager, Dale Sveum soon was asked about the possibility about influencing his new bosses to pursue free agent slugger Prince Fielder.
It's no joke, folks.
"We're dead serious," Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said.
The Marlins have made a nine-year offer to free-agent first baseman Albert Pujols at a "substantial" dollar amount, according to major-league sources.
They also have made a six-year, $90 million offer to free-agent shortstop Jose Reyes and offers to free-agent left-hander...
Scott Boras is already making his case for Prince Fielder over Albert Pujols.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Scott Boras is already making his case for Prince Fielder over Albert Pujols.
MILWAUKEE - Scott Boras is already making his case for Prince Fielder over Albert Pujols.
As baseball's general...
Brewers owner Mark Attanasio, general manager Doug Melvin and assistant GM Gord Ash met with agent Scott Boras, who represents free agent Prince Fielder, amid growing indications that the Brewers were preparing to move on to Mat Gamel at first base.
In separate conversations, owner Mark Attanasio and general manager Doug Melvin made it clear they consider the NL Central champion Brewers a playoff contender again in 2012, with or without Prince Fielder.