Found November 09, 2011 on
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BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
We're all waiting to see what the Mariners plan to do with their off-season plan and many opionions, both pro and con, have been put forth about free agent Prince Fielder and whether the team should take a run at him.
But of all the reasons for not trying to sign Fielder, one of them just boggles my mind. I keep seeing it repeated over and over again on blogs and media sites...
The Marlins continued their free-agent push by talking to Mark Buehrle, who pitched for Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen with the White Sox.
The first phase of Brian Cashman’s winter program continued on Tuesday as the GM spoke with Jeff Berry, the agent for Mark Buehrle.
The Marlins, who already obtained manager Ozzie Guillen from the White Sox this offseason, are now pursuing the most dependable starter the skipper had in Chicago, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. The Marlins will meet with free agent left-hander Mark Buehrle tomorrow.
Rosenthal reported earlier today that adding left-handed starting pitching is the Marlins' top offseason...
The Brewers could compensate for the probable loss of Prince Fielder by acquiring corner infielders, a shortstop, and a few late-inning relievers, but payroll flexibility may be limited.
Zack Greinke, SP: $13.5MM through 2012
Randy Wolf, SP: $11MM through 2012
Corey Hart, RF: $19MM through 2013
Rickie Weeks, 2B: $31MM through 2014, plus 2015...
The Dodgers, unlikely to pursue top-tier free agents Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder because the team is for sale, nonetheless are in negotiations on a long-term contract for Matt Kemp.