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Are the Royals still in the mix as a trade partner for Jair Jurrjens and/or Martin Prado? Should the Braves bring back Rafael Furcal? Beat reporter Mark Bowman answers questions from fans.
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The Rockies contacted the Braves about Martin Prado, according to Troy Renck of the Denver Post. The Rockies, who haven't yet exchanged named with the Braves, view Prado as a starting second baseman who can produce runs.
Prado projects to earn approximately $4.4MM next season as a second-time arbitration eligible player and the Braves seem willing to move him in the right...
Here's a list of rumors involving the Colorado Rockies provided by Troy Renck of the Denver Post.
– The Rockies are interested in bringing Jamey Carroll back, but Renck isn't sure if the Rockies can afford a hitter with no power. He also believes that Carroll's market value is about $8 million for two years. The same deal that Omar Infante got.
– A return of Mark...
With the Braves open-minded about trading players, the Rockies have contacted them about infielder Martin Prado, according to a major-league source.
With the Braves open-minded about trading players, the Rockies have contacted them about infielder Martin Prado, according to a major league source.
The Rockies have expressed interest in free agent second baseman Jamey Carroll, writes Troy Renck of The Denver Post. The 37-year-old enjoyed his time in Colorado and has interest in a return. However, the veteran might be too rich for the Rockies' blood. Renck sees Carroll's market value as something around a two-year, $8MM deal, as established by the Marlins'...
News came out the other day that the Braves are considering trading Jair Jurrjens, but the most intersting tidbit about the story may have been provided by Ken Rosenthal: last winter, the Brewers and Braves discussed a Brett Lawrie-for-Jurrjens swap during Doug Melvin's quest for starting pitching.Talk about an interesting thing to know after the fact. The other night, Mark Smith...