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The Rangers are leaving the Winter Meetings after the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday. They are prepared to leave without signing free-agent pitcher C.J. Wilson.
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DALLAS (AP) -- A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that the Los Angeles Angels have made another big splash, agreeing to a deal with free agent pitcher C.J. Wilson.
The lefty's five-year contract is worth around 75 million. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Thursday because it had not been announced.
Earlier in the day, the Angels and slugger...
The Miami Marlins have made a six-year offer to free-agent starter C.J. Wilson, according to sources.
The left-hander is expected to decide between the Marlins and the Los Angeles Angels.
Free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle is also deciding between two teams, the Marlins and the Washington Nationals, according to sources.
Texas Rangers principal owner and CEO Nolan Ryan told FOXSports...
Former Rangers ace C.J. Wilson talks about his move to the Los Angeles Angels. More at MLB.com and TexasRangers.com
The Winter Meetings are getting hot in Dallas, and the Texas Rangers are scheduled to meet with their ace that went 16-7 and posted a 2.94 ERA in helping lead the Rangers to their second straight pennant in 2011.
C.J. Wilson has basically already been written off by many Rangers fans as being gone in 2012, but the question is, where will he end up?
The price demand from Wilson and...
On Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, the Angels emerged as the favorites for C.J. Wilson. The southpaw also has an offer from the Marlins, and Wilson's former team, the Rangers, plan to make their first official bid on Wilson today. He reportedly has a six-year offer from an unknown team (not the Rangers or Nationals). We'll compile all of your Wilson rumors here...
The Rangers aren't optimistic they will be able to re-sign left-hander C.J. Wilson.
By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior WriterI’m still in shock. I know it’s true, but I still don’t believe. Not only is C.J. Wilson is an Angel, giving the team the best rotation in the American League, Albert Pujols, the greatest position player in this generation (and one of the greatest hitters ever), is an Angel.I still can’t believe I’m typing that.Wednesday night...
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim California United States Western Hemisphere (LAAACUSWH, for short), as they will no doubt soon be referred to, managed to achieve something yesterday that no team had been able to achieve for the entirety of the MLB offseason to date. Specifically, they forced the baseball world to talk about something other than the Miami Florida United States...
Free-agent left-handed starter C.J. Wilson said his agent, Bob Garber, is scheduled to have dinner with Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels on Tuesday night.
A big morning here in Dallas, and not because anyone really cares about the Rule 5 draft anymore. The Mariners selected LHP Lucas Leutge from the Brewers (shockingly!) with the third pick in the Rule 5, but that’s not what anyone really wants to talk about.
No, everyone’s buzzing about the Angels, who signed both Albert Pujols (10 years, $250ish million) and C.J. Wilson (5...
What a morning.
In the matter of hours the Los Angeles Angels have swooped in and have not only signed Albert Pujols, arguably the best hitter in the Majors, they also have signed top free agent pitcher CJ Wilson.
Let's first tackle the shocking signing of Pujols, as first reported by Yahoo's Tim Brown:
Latecomers to the Pujols derby, the Angels will pay Pujols $250...
Mike Scioscia got the news on an airplane, waiting to fly home from the baseball meetings. Hearing that slugger Albert Pujols and pitcher C.J. Wilson would be coming to Anaheim, the Angels manager could have winged his way home unaided.The news arrived like most these days, in our fast-moving, wired-to-know-immediately culture.
The Angels and Marlins weren't the only teams getting things done at the just-completed Winter Meetings in Dallas, and Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson weren't the only players the Angels acquired. For fans of the other 28 teams and LaTroy Hawkins, here's a summary of some of the less-celebrated player transactions from the last week and a half.