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Giants Make Offer To Kim

According to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Giants offered a minor league deal to free agent Byung-Hyun Kim.  Schulman's source believes Kim is holding out for a big league deal.  Gutsy move, for a guy who posted a 6.08 ERA last year. 

The following hurlers had to settle for minor league deals: Tony Armas Jr., Kris Benson, Brendan Donnelly, Jorge Julio, Rudy Seanez, and Steve Trachsel.  It's hard to see where Kim is coming from, if the Schulman report is accurate.  You'd think Kim would just be anxious to get to camp and start working.  In his defense, he is 29 and whiffed 107 in 118.1 innings last year. 


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