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Mark Trumbo’s foot injury is not healing properly. He joins Kendrys Morales as a player who’s foot injury is taking a long path to health.
Hat tip, 6-4-2.
BEST OF MAXIM
In addition to his salary, the Los Angeles Angels are giving the slugger four season tickets to home games over the next decade.
Albert Pujols officially joined the Los Angeles Angels when Major League Baseball and the players' association confirmed the terms of the first baseman's 10-year contract and agreed its guaranteed value is $240 million.
Right-handed reliever Fernando Rodney told the Associated Press that he signed with the Rays and hopes to compete to be their closer in 2012 (link in Spanish via ESPN). The one-year deal is worth over $2MM, according to Rodney, who said he’s feeling good physically and mentally.
The nitty-gritty details of Albert Pujols' new $240 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels were released on Thursday and let's just say that it's good to be considered Phat.
Over the next 10 years, the backloaded contract will give the first baseman an annual salary ranging from $12 million in 2012 to $30 million in 2021. He'll receive a hotel suite for all...
ESPN: From Jonah Keri‘s book on the Tampa Bay Rays, “The Extra 2%“, which I should probably get around to reading.
Jennings said he and the other scouts in attendance — all except Arango — remained concerned about the kid’s thick build. They also focused on the negatives rather than the positives as Arango and Jennings both fell into a bit of confirmation bias. Jennings...
NEW YORK — Albert Pujols officially joined the Los Angeles Angels when Major League Baseball and the players' association confirmed the terms of the first baseman's 10-year contract and agreed its guaranteed value is $240 million.
Albert Pujols officially joined the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday when Major League Baseball and the players association confirmed the terms of the first baseman's 10-year contract and agreed its guaranteed value is $240 million.
According to a report on ESPN Deportes (in Spanish), the Rays have signed reliever Fernando Rodney. Here is the translation…
Dominican reliever Fernando Rodney said Thursday it signed with the Tampa Bay Rays and seek the opportunity to become the team’s closer…”It’s confirmed, will be published in January if God permits. I signed for one year with Tampa Bay to keep working...
The Tampa Bay Rays have reportedly signed veteran reliever Fernando Rodney to a one-year contract worth $2 million.Rodney spent last season with the Los Angeles Angels, going 3-5 with three saves and a 4.50 ERA over 32 innings.The 34-year-old is a 10-year major-league veteran. His best season came in 2009, when he recorded 37 saves for the Detroit Tigers.
Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto may not seem too enthused about signing free-agent reliever Ryan Madson, but he has begun extension talks with the representatives for second baseman Howard Kendrick and shortstop Erick Aybar.
The Tampa Bay Rays and free agent pitcher Fernando Rodney have agreed to terms on a one year deal with an option and team buyout for 2013 according to ESPN Deportes' Enrique Rojas. All the details of the signing inside.
Fernando Rodney and the Tampa Bay Rays completed a one-year, $2 million contract after the pitcher passed his physical last week, a source close to negotiations said.