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Nats Re-Sign Chien-Ming Wang

The Washington Nationals have re-signed pitcher Chien-Ming Wang to a new one year deal. The deal will be worth $4 million and could be more with Wang meets certain incentive goals. The deal will be official once Wang passes a physical. Wang has signed a one year deal the past two seasons with the Nationals. Wang completed his long road back to the Majors last season, making...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss

Yankees Interested In Cuban Slugger

The New York Yankees are very interested in Cuban defector, center fielder Yoenis Cespedes. Cespedes, who defected from Cuba this summer, is seeking a contract similar to the one Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman received in 2010, at least $30 million. The six foot, 215 pound center fielder has drawn interest from the Yankees because of his raw power and defensive skills...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
November 07, 2011  |  Discuss

BREAKING NEWS: PAPELBON TO PHILLIES

Jonathan Papelbon and the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a deal. Reports are saying that the deal is four years and around $50 million. The Phillies have went after Papelbon after their proposed deal with Ryan Madson fell apart. Stay tuned for more details.
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
November 11, 2011  |  Discuss

Jason Terry, Celtics Agree To Deal

Former Dallas Mavericks point guard Jason Terry and the Boston Celtics have agreed to a deal, according to sources. The Celtics will sign Terry to a three year deal and will be paid the full mid-level exception of $5 million a year. The signing of Terry to the Celtics will likely end the Ray Allen era in Beantown. The Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, and Memphis Grizzlies have all...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 03, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NBA Free Agency

Since the free agent period started July 1 there has been a lot of player movement. By far the biggest news so far is Deron Williams returning to the Brooklyn Nets. He will get a 5 year deal worth around 98 million. The Nets seem to be all in going forward with this roster. To make the Dwight Howard trade happen they need a third team. Without Howard the Nets are just a playoff...
Via Double Double Sports
July 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Minnesota Wild Land Parise, Suter

The Minnesota Wild has had a very productive Fourth of July to say the least. The Wild has agreed to terms with two of the top free agents in this year's NHL free agent pool. Former New Jersey Devils winger Zach Parise and former Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Suter both agreed to sign 13 year, $98 million contracts. Parise, a Minnesota native, spurned the Devils...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Jaromir Jagr, Dallas Stars Agree To One Year Deal

Jaromir Jagr made a very surprising decision on his next NHL destination and inked a one year deal with the Dallas Stars. Jagr agreed to a one year, $4.5 million deal with the Stars, a $1.2 million raise than what he earned last season with the Philadelphia Flyers. The Stars have not made the Stanley Cup playoffs in four seasons, but has already been aggressive in the very early...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Lakers Land Steve Nash

In a shocking twist, the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns have agreed to a sign and trade deal with veteran point guard Steve Nash. Before the agreement was in place, the NBA community expected the New York Knicks to acquire Nash, but it was Kobe Bryant that persuaded Nash to head to Los Angeles. Nash also said that he wanted to be close to Phoenix, where his three children...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Ray Allen To Sign With Heat

According to agent Jim Tanner, Boston Celtics point guard Ray Allen has agreed to a deal with the NBA Champion Miami Heat. Allen was the Heat's top priority this offseason and, while not official, is believed to have agreed to a $3.09 million dollar deal, the mid level exception. The Celtic's offer was worth twice as much as the Heat were offering. The number of years...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Chris Kaman, Mavs Agree To Deal

The Dallas Mavericks and free agent center Chris Kaman have agreed to a one year contract, according to sources. Kaman took to the Twitterverse to announce the agreement. "Partnering up with @swish41 and heading to the Mavs........," Kaman tweeted. " I want to say thanks to the Hornet fans for all the support, even though our marriage was a short one!!! Kaman...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Weber Signs Massive Offer Sheet With Flyers

Its already been a tough offseason for the Nashville Predators. The Preds lost Ryan Suter and now are in serious danger of losing their captain, Shea Weber. According to Darren Dreger of TSN, Weber has signed an offer sheet with the Philadelphia Flyers. The offer sheet is said to be 14 years and could possibly be over $100 million. Nashville now has seven days to match the Flyers...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 19, 2012  |  Discuss

MSG's Stock Plummets After Lin Heads for Houston

When Jeremy Lin left the Big Apple for the Lone Star state, it changed the entire dynamic of the New York Knicks as they now prepare without the budding NBA star. But the MSG stock might take some time to recover. A lot of time. According to reporter Darren Rovell, in the last four days, the MSG stock has lost $93 million in value. On Wednesday, the stock lost one percent alone...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
July 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Red Sox, Napoli Finalizing One Year Deal

After almost a month after originally agreeing to a three year deal, the Boston Red Sox and Mike Napoli have agreed to a restructured one year, $5 million deal, according to WEEI.  Napoli and the Red Sox initially agreed to a three year, $39 million deal in early December, but, after a physical, the Red Sox noticed some red flags on Napoli's nagging hip. After more than...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
January 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Daisuke Matsuzaka, Indians Agree to Minor League Deal

According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, Daisuke Matsuzaka and the Cleveland Indians have agreed to a minor league deal. Matsuzaka will reunite with his former manager in Boston, Terry Francona, and try to regain some of his success he had in his first couple of seasons while playing in the Hub. Daisuke won 33 games in his first two seasons in Boston, going 18-3 in his second...
Via The Mark Graham Sports Blog
February 10, 2013  |  Discuss
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