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Bob Garber, the agent for both C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt, has been quite busy at the GM meetings as he's met or plans to meet with the Marlins, Yankees, Royals, Angels, Nationals, Rockies, and Rangers during his time in Milwaukee. Garber also told MLBTR that he has at least three new meetings scheduled for today. Here's the latest news surrounding Wilson..
Wilson will start visiting clubs next week and the Angels are among the teams that will get visit, tweets Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times. DiGiovanna adds that Garber will have met with ten teams by end of the GM meetings.
As we learned yesterday, Garber requested a meeting between Wilson and the Yankees in New York. Garber is still waiting to hear back from the Yanks, tweets Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated.
The Marlins have interest in both Wilson and Oswalt, but have more interest in Wilson, tweets Joe Capozzi of The Palm Beach Post.
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C.J. Wilson is considered the top available pitcher in free agency and the lefthander is seeking a megadeal.
SI.com reported that Wilson wants a six-year deal with a price tag close to $120 million.
At least five teams have expressed serious interest in Wilson, including the Texas Rangers, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels and Florida Marlins.
Wilson, who will...
If you've been paying even a tiny bit of attention to the free agency rumors this week, then you have seen that the LA Angels and C.J. Wilson have been fawning over each other like two star-crossed lovers. First the Angels were "serious" about their interest in Wilson. Then Wilson said he was "serious" about the Angels. Then Jerry DiPoto met with Wilson...
C.J. Wilson's breakout year for the Texas Rangers netted him a sixth-place finish in the American League Cy Young voting.
Detroit's Justin Verlander won the award unanimously, taking all 28 of the first-place votes.
Wilson, who is a free agent, received one fourth-place vote and five fifth-place votes. His finish was the best by a Texas pitcher since Aaron Sele finished...
The Los Angeles Angels were scheduled to meet with the agent for free-agent lefthander C.J. Wilson on Monday night.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the Angels have "serious interest" in Wilson, considered the top available pitcher in free agency.
At least five teams have expressed interest in Wilson, including the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees.
In his second...
Will the New York Yankees sign free agent pitchers C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt this offseason? Undoubtedly, the team’s biggest need is in the starting rotation, and adding Wilson and Oswalt would address that need immediately.
But is it really feasible? We are talking about the Yankees, but signing both Wilson and Lee may be even too much for New York to handle at this...
The New York Yankees' search for starting pitching entered a new phase Tuesday, as general manager Brian Cashman met with the agent for free-agent pitchers C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Wilson is the top free agent pitcher on the market, and Oswalt is a reliable fallback option. Cashman and agent Bob Garber sat down to discuss...
Rangers assistant general manager Thad Levine confirmed that he met with free-agent pitcher C.J. Wilson's agent, Bob Garber, on Tuesday night in Milwaukee.
The general manager's meetings this week in Milwaukee don't normally produce the same drama as the winter meetings.
That figures to be the case again this week but that doesn't mean things can't get done.
It was during the week of the GM meetings last year that the Texas Rangers sent a contingent to Arkansas to try and woo Cliff Lee in what turned out to be a failed...
Facing another long-term value decision, the Texas Rangers aim to keep its highly sought after left-handed ace in town for years to come.