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Rumor Roundup

Another day, another rumor roundup.  Let's throw everything fresh into the mill.

The Orioles are thinking about taking on one of Philly's huge outfielder contracts, for some reason.  I guess this could help next year's push for third place.  Baltimore is one of baseball's most baffling teams to me.  Abreu rumors have been floating around the Orioles since at least November.


The Cubs and Yankees may have something cooking, with Scott Williamson the likely candidate to be dealt.  If the reliever market is really so inflated, why don't the Cubs trade Howry and Eyre?

The Pirates are offering up all sorts of non-difference makers, but Mike Gonzalez could actually get them something decent.  The 28 year-old southpaw has a 2.27 ERA in 39 innings this season.  Fantay leaguers should start thinking about Matt Capps as his successor.

Trade rumor All-Star Ken Rosenthal is getting into the game more lately, with a full plate of whisperings posted an hour agoJose Vidro could become a Giant, and the D'Backs would love to trade Shawn Green (of course).

Unfounded rumors: Billy Beane may be shopping Mark Ellis and Jason Windsor, with possible interest in Brian Roberts...the Angels could be after David Dellucci...teams are calling the Mets about Alay Soler...Dallas McPherson is definitely on the block...there's a decent chance Jon Lieber ends up a Yankee...the Mets and Nats are still talking about Livan Hernandez.


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