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MLB Trade Rumors:
On Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, the Angels emerged as the favorites for C.J. Wilson. The southpaw also has an offer from the Marlins, and Wilson's former team, the Rangers, plan to make their first official bid on Wilson today. He reportedly has a six-year offer from an unknown team (not the Rangers or Nationals). We'll compile all of your Wilson rumors here...
Some of what's been reported this week are "complete lies," Wilson said on the Ben & Skin show today. Wilson said that his agent Bob Garber is scheduled to have dinner with Rangers GM Jon Daniels tonight.
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Prized free-agent lefty C.J. Wilson is expected to sign with the Los Angeles Angels, according to major league sources.
The sources said that even though the Miami Marlins have offered Wilson six years compared to five by the Angels, the chance for Wilson to play at home is too much for the Rangers ace to pass up.
Wilson, a Newport Beach, Calif., native, played at Loyola Marymount...
Interest in free-agent left-hander C.J. Wilson has intensified to the point that it's possible he will sign before the end of the week, a major-league source told FOXSports.com Monday evening.
Wilson has received contract offers from four clubs, sources say, with the Angels and Marlins among them. There is growing sentiment within the industry that Wilson will ultimately sign...
C.J. Wilson agreed to a five-year, $77.5 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday, a major-league source told FOXSports.com, joining the organization on the same morning the Albert Pujols signing rocked baseball.
Wilson turned down a six-year contract - worth more money - from the Miami Marlins to pitch in his native Orange County, Calif.
The free-agent left-hander...
C.J. Wilson is one of the top free agent arms on the market. Jon Paul Morosi of FOXSports notes that Wilson has received offers four teams which include the very active Marlins and Angels, as well as two other unnamed clubs. Two other clubs that have shown interest in the LHP over the previous weeks include the Red Sox and Rangers.
The Angels offer though may not be enough as it...
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 Rangers aren't optimistic they will be able to re-sign left-hander C.J. Wilson.
Can you blame them?
I am talking about the new evil empire called the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who dropped the bomb today with the announcements of signing Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson.
Pujols will be making $250 million bucks over the next 10-years; while Wilson will be paid $77.5 million over the next 5-years.
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If the Angels new pricey transports work out...
The Rangers plan to make their first contract offer to free agent starter C.J. Wilson during a meeting with his agent at Major League Baseball's winter meetings Tuesday, a baseball source told ESPN.com.
The Hot Stove League is about to get a whole lot hotter. After weeks of vascillation, stud Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish has finally decided to make the jump to Major League Baseball. So says Yu's agent on Twitter:
donnomura Yu Darvish being posted tomorrow #darvish 12 minutes ago
First, how great is it that a Japanese player agent is savvy enough to try and hashtag Darvish...