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Edmonds Would Waive No-Trade

Joe Strauss has a new article up at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, discussing John Mozeliak's pursuit of a starting pitcher as well as the availability of two veterans.

Nothing new on Scott Rolen, but Strauss did have an interesting tidbit on Jim Edmonds.  Edmonds has a full no-trade clause, and his latest stance is that he'd waive it for a Southern California team only.  Since the Dodgers and Angels don't need outfielders, the Padres are the one possibility.  The Padres are interested if the Cards throw in some cash.  Edmonds makes $8MM in '08 in the last year of his deal.

Also, Strauss contends that center field prospect Colby Rasmus is untouchable, while the Cards would be reluctant to include Chris Duncan in a deal.


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