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AskDRB: I’ll trade you a Brick and a Wood for one Wieters

Where Settler’s of Catan and Baseball combine! AskDRB Live Q&A! If you have a burning question about the Rays, post in the comments to get it read and answered live! Make sure to follow DRaysBay on Twitter @draysbay and Darby: @darby_robinsonОпубліковано DRaysBay 17 лютого 2017 р. Qs: Are the Rays seriously in on Matt Wieters...
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Report: Rays have made offer to Matt Wieters

The Tampa Bay Rays have made a formal offer to free agent catcher Matt Wieters, according to a report.According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays have made an offer to Wieters, likely for one year and less money than the player was originally seeking. The hope is that Wieters would be interested in staying in the AL East, can stay close to his Atlanta home,  reap Florida’s...
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Tampa Bay Rays have made an offer to Matt Wieters

The Rays are very serious about adding another catcher to the roster Matt Wieters is still a free agent. It’s February 16th, pitchers and catchers reported a few days ago and one of the top catchers in the game is still a free agent. That may not be the case for very much longer as the Tampa Bay Rays have reportedly sent a contract offer to Wieters. A few days ago, it was reported...
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3 days ago

Washington Nationals Rumors: Would Nats consider Matt Wieters on a one-year deal?

Yet another report last night suggested that the Nationals and Matt Wieters could be a fit this winter. Will it actually happen? In writing about
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4 days ago

Report: Nationals only interested in one-year deal with Matt Wieters

The Washington Nationals are still interested in free agent catcher Matt Wieters, but only on a short-term deal.According to ESPN’s Jayson Stark, the Nationals do maintain an interest in Wieters, who remains unsigned even as pitchers and catchers report to spring training. However, Washington is unlikely to offer more than a one-year deal. Wieters would help the Nationals, and...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Effectively Wild Episode 1018: Season Preview Series: Cubs and Brewers

Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Matt Wieters and debunk Scott Boras, then preview the Cubs’ 2017 season with Sahadev Sharma of the The Athletic Chicago and the Brewers’ 2017 season with Jack Moore of the The Hardball Times. Audio intro: Courtney Barnett, "Scotty Says"Audio interstitial: Grateful Dead, "Built to Last"Audio interstitial 2: Maritime, "Milwaukee...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

It’s No Great Mystery Why Matt Wieters Is Available

Matt Wieters is a free agent right now, but he won’t be for long. Spring training is right around the corner, and Wieters is a legitimate big-league backstop, so at some point his expectations and a team’s open-mindedness will come into alignment. These things can drag out sometimes. A few years ago, people thought Prince Fielder was screwed. He signed for $214 million in the...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 MLB catchers for 2017

An elite catcher is one of the greatest weapons a team can possess. He factors into every pitch throughout the game, while also controlling the run game, aligning the defense and communicating with the bench. It can be the difference between a good, great and championship level team. So no wonder there are seven World Series titles combined among the players that make the list below...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Brewers emerging as possible Matt Wieters suitor

As the MLB free agent market continues to thin, the top remaining options are attracting more and more interest.According to a report by Tommy Stokke of FanRag Sports on Friday, the Milwaukee Brewers “have emerged as a potential suitor” for four-time All-Star catcher Matt Wieters.The 30-year-old Wieters finished ninth among catchers in home runs (17) and eighth in RBIs (66) in...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Nats reportedly interested in Matt Wieters

After losing Wilson Ramos in free agency this offseason, the Washington Nationals are looking at another All-Star catcher to potentially fill his place. According to a report by Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports on Thursday, the Nationals are interested in free agent backstop Matt Wieters. Wieters, who has spent his entire eight-year MLB career thus far with the Baltimore Orioles, batted...
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December 29, 2016  |  Discuss

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