Found November 19, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but a lot of the middle tier free agents are falling off of the market, especially in the outfield, with Melky Cabrera signing with Toronto and Juan Pierre heading back to Miami. The week of Thanksgiving is usually a downtime for free agents, so we're only going to bring you a DD today and Wednesday this week. Also from this weekend, we took a look at players who didn't get enough MVP love in this year's ballots, the worst players to get MVP votes over the last five seasons, and new alternate jerseys for both the Mets and Cardinals. Ooooh, exciting! Enjoy the offseason, everyone. [follow]
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