Found November 08, 2011 on
Have reached out to agent of Mark Buehrle
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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...
From Mark Feinsand:C.J. Wilson is considered the best pitcher on the free agent market in most circles. Yet, when it comes to fitting inside the often hectic Yankees’ universe, several Major League talent evaluators believe Mark Buehrle might be the better fit.
“If you are looking for value, it’s Buehrle because the Yankees have CC Sabathia and aren’t looking for an ace...
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.
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.
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....
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.
The first phase of Brian Cashman’s winter program continued on Tuesday as the GM spoke with Jeff Berry, the agent for Mark Buehrle.
Pursue Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder? Go after C.J. Wilson or Mark Buehrle? Plus …
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...