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If the giants can pull a right fielder out of their a$$
Jason Grilli's agent is Gary Sheffield?
I would guess Shields to Texas, Holland to Cleveland, Cabrera to Arizona and Upton to Tampa. Plus prospects.
Jeff Keppinger to the White Sox. Roto is reporting Upton is who TEXAS wants.
Only interesting insofar as it narrows the Yankees' options at 3B even further. Can't wait to see what they're going to pull out of their hats here.
Even weirder, Yuniesky Betancourt's agent is Alex S. Gonzalez.
I remember it because the Blue Jay was in the shirtless shortstops picture, so S is for Shirtless.
Bay to Seattle reported as a done deal.
Youkilis makes sense: They can offer a bigger 1-year deal than anyone else without affecting their luxury tax implications for 2014. He gets a chance to prove his health and get a better multi-year deal next offseason.
So "Sea Bass" is not the "started with the Blue Jays" Gonzalez, right?
Assuming the Phils break out of their off season lethargy, I'd think they'd give Youk 2 years. They are desperate for any kind of RH power and they think Cody Asche will be ready in 2014; it would make sense to have a vet around who could spell the lefty hitter on occasion as well as fill in for Howard.
One of them started with the Blue Jays and one started with the Marlins. The Blue Jays one came first and is from Miami. The Marlins one came second and is from Venezuela. The second one is Sea Bass. Apparently he got the nickname from Marlins legend Kevin Millar.
I believe the Rangers have another one toiling somewhere in the bowels of their farm system who also happens to be a pseudo-crappy SS.
I thought Sea Bass played for the Bruins.
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