Posted November 26, 2011 on
Did agent Dan Lozano compromise his client, Albert Pujols, with the first baseman’s 2004 contract? The facts bring Deadspin’s allegation into serious question.
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Deadspin.com blew Albert Pujols' agent out of the water early this week. If you haven't read the full article, (LINK HERE) please do so. Be warned, it's graphic and troubling. The big revelations?+ Why was Pujols' last contract so bad? And why didn't he test the free agent market last time? Lozano was reportedly close to bankrupt and needed that commission to...
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Deadspin reports on Dan Lozano, Albert Pujols’s agent, and his alleged dirty tactics in dealing with with clients, other agents and front offices.
Albert Pujols was the best thing that ever happened to Dan Lozano, who by 2004 was nearly broke, colleagues say. A source familiar with the negotiations says the Cardinals knew of Lozano’s money issues (as did many GMs around baseball...
St. Louis’ negotiations with free agent Albert Pujols are moving slowly and don’t appear close to resolution.
Beginning next Monday in Dallas, the baseball industry will swarm about the Hilton Anatole in Dallas for four frenetic days. Every text message, phone call and footstep by the high-powered agents and executives will nudge the sport a little closer to spring training.
The winter meetings are romantic that way, a convenient week between Thanksgiving and Christmas when fans neglect...
The suspect said a man claiming to be Brian Tallet gave him a
check and hired him for landscaping.
The Miami Marlins have been involved with a handful of free agents this offseason like Albert Pujols, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, and Prince Fielder. Now the Marlins have added a player to their pool of negotiations, C.J. Wilson.
Clark Spencer, a reporter for the Miami Herald, reported that the Miami Marlins will meet with C.J. Wilson following the Thanksgiving weekend.
The Marlins will attempt to woo C.J. Wilson with a South Florida visit and stadium tour on Monday, writes Juan C. Rodriguez of the Sun Sentinel. Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, and Albert Pujols have already visited Miami and each free agent received an offer from the club.
Rodriguez writes that the Marlins are likely to put a bid in for Wilson considering that pitching is their top...
James Cole said a man claiming to be Brian Tallet gave him a
check and hired him for landscaping work.