Found November 10, 2011 on
With the Chicago Cubs making organizational changes across the board, baseball fans in Chicago most likely have their eyes fixed to the north side. This fact coupled with the Chicago Bears pulling out a solid victory on Monday Night Football and it can be pretty certain that news surrounding the White Sox most likely went unnoticed.
However, us White Sox fans have reason to pay attention.
Everyone’s favorite soft spoken southpaw Mark Buehrle met with the Florida Marlins earlier this week to discuss the possibility of a change of scenery. The Marlin’s new manager Ozzie Guillen may be using his friendship and familiarity with Buehrle to aid his pitch, but as of right now, this only looks to be a preliminary meeting. Buehrle is in free agency for the first time in his career and even though these kind of meetings are routine, it reminds us that there is the chance that he won’t return to Chicago.
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The New York Yankees are reportedly interested in starting pitcher Mark Buehrle, who just wrapped up a four-year, $56 million contract with the Chicago White Sox.
George King of the NY Post reiterated this notion, but went even further by claiming that Buehrle could become the Yankees top target.
The 33-year-old lefty is receiving a lot of buzz...
Mark Buehrle reportedly is meeting with one of his prime suitors Tuesday which could move him one step closer to making his departure from the Chicago White Sox official.
The expectation has been that the Mark Buehrle sweepstakes probably wouldn't conclude until during the annual Winter Meetings that start Dec. 5 in Dallas.
Sox free agent enjoying courtship from other teamsThis is Mark Buehrle's first time exploring free agency, and he's starting to enjoy the perks of other teams courting him.
Mark Buehrle met up with his old manager, Ozzie Guillen, on Tuesday, and the new Florida Marlins manager reportedly gave him a tour of their new ballpark.
Free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle made his first visit in his sure to be cross-country free agency tour. He went down to Miami and visited his old manager Ozzie Guillen. The Palm Beach Post reports that the lefty visited the city and spent the day with team officials, a day that included a tour of the Marlins new ballpark. I’m kind of surprised that Miami was his first visit....
The first phase of Brian Cashman’s winter program continued on Tuesday as the GM spoke with Jeff Berry, the agent for Mark Buehrle.
In an offseason where they introduced new head coach Ozzie Guillen already, the Florida Marlins are trying to make a big splash in free agency by courting Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle and now Albert Pujols.The odds of the Marlins landing all three of the high profile free agents are highly unlikely and even their chances of landing two of the three seem too good to be true, There is...
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Brian Cashman hasn't talked deals yet with the agents for C.J. Wilson, Mark Buehrle or any of the other premier pitchers available, but he doesn't like the idea of the Yankees standing pat this offseason when it comes to their starting rotation.
"Would I be comfortable? No...