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Kyle Lohse went through this as a free agent once before. Five years ago on Thursday, he signed a one-year, $4.25 million contract with the St. Louis Cardinals.
This time, Lohse is taking even longer to find a new team.
Lohse, 34, is working out both near his home in Arizona and at a facility operated by his agent, Scott Boras – the Boras Sports Training Institute in Aliso Viejo, Ca. He is facing hitters at the institute, and threw 85 pitches in his most recent outing, Boras said.
The Texas Rangers remain in contact with Lohse, according to major-league sources. Boras said only that multiple teams are interested.
“He’s doing his workouts, and we’ve continued talking with a number of teams,” Boras said.. A lot of teams are evaluating their existing situations, but have called and have interest in Kyle.”
Lohse’s market is slow in part because he is subject to draft-pick compensation, but executives also cite his high asking price - a three-year deal with a “big” av
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have an issue with projection systems. The fact is that I do not. When you put all of
their projections together, the margin for error is quite small. All of them pretty much
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As was discussed on Friday night's episode of The Cruddy...
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Adam Wainwright limited Washington to one run in six strong innings and Matt Adams hit a three-run homer in the St. Louis Cardinals' 5-1 exhibition victory over the Nationals on Friday.
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Jon Jay and Adams homered in a four...
Kyle Lohse is continuing to work out near his home in
Arizona despite the fact that he remains unsigned. Teams – including the Texas
Rangers – continue to show interest in the free agent, and his agent Scott
Boras says he’s still seeking a “big” three-year contract for his client,
according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.
Boras notes that Lohse is continuing...
Spring Training 2013 was not supposed to be an exciting one for the St. Louis Cardinals. A team that had made very few offseason moves was primarily set for the upcoming season. Then, an injury to a veteran starter opened up a door.
Cardinals prospect Michael Wacha
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