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  1. Scott Boras: Jacoby Ellsbury & The State of MLB Free Agency

    Jacoby Ellsbury, healthy only 2 of the past 4 seasons, and his agent Scott Boras are prowling the streets of the free agent market with the notion that Carl Crawford's $142M contract is well, "an old contract."

    Ellsbury who has a career AVG/OBP/SLG .297/.350/.439, a single GG, one season where he hit over 10 home runs, missed two of his last four seasons with injuries, he's 30 years old, and his agent believes he should get upwards of 7 yrs $180M.

    Scott Boras ...
  2. Mauer's Move: The Twins & It's Impact Concerning The Hall of Fame

    And just when you think you may never read another news story about a professional athlete that isn't narcissistic in nature, thereís Joe Mauer's move to first base. In a word: selfless.
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    Some might argue it's not that selfless, as it's in the best interest of his health. Which it could be, but first basemen arenít any more immune to concussions than any other position as his close friend, Justin Morneau, a first baseman, experience a career changed ...

    Updated 11-11-2013 at 02:20 PM by twinsfan34

  3. Red Sox thankful to not have to chase players like Santana or Nolasco

    I personally don't think the Twins should chase 30+ yr old pitchers. Only exception to 'add an arm' is when you're contending and one piece could make the difference.

    Here's an article found on a Boston Red Sox forum. Thought it was interesting they, who have little to no need for pitching (they did chase on Ryan Dempster though - which didn't turn out very well) and tried to get a few games out of Jake Peavy (in season trade).

    Lackey was a signing, ironically, at age ...

    Updated 11-08-2013 at 01:27 PM by twinsfan34

  4. MLB 2014 Draft: Assessing Value of a Shortstop vs a Pitcher in 2014

    In lieu of the possible trade rumors (and likely just rumors) of the Cardinals availability of starting pitchers Lance Lynn and Shelby Miller in hopes of finding a top shortstop.

    The 2014 rule 5 Draft in June is already being touted as a pitcher heavy draft. The amount of high school pitchers throwing 92+ mph is easily 15 and counting, while the college pitchers heavily populating preliminary mock drafts with some showing as many as 15 1st round college pitchers taken already. It's ...
  5. The New York Yankees looking to crash the Draft Party?

    The New York Yankees extended qualifying offers to three of their 13 free agents.

    Robinson Cano, Hiroki Kuroda, and Curtis Granderson.

    Cano, they clearly were wanting to sign to a multi-year deal before he would hit free agency. Kuroda, they are perhaps not wild about as a 38 year old, but for $14M he's as good a bet as any for a 'decent' season. But Granderson, it would appear that the Yankees extended a qualifying offer to Granderson in hopes of jumping into one of ...

    Updated 11-05-2013 at 10:59 AM by twinsfan34

  6. Cardinals in the market for a Shortstop: Miller & Lance Lynn Rumored to be available

    If you're the Twins, do you make a call, and, if so, what's your offer?


    If I'm Texas, I call them and offer Andrus.
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