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Quiet On The Roberts Front?

On Monday, SI.com's Jon Heyman said the Cubs and Orioles had resumed talks for Brian Roberts, and one of his sources said these talks were getting serious.

Not so, according to Jim Hendry and Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times.  Hendry says he's had "no active talks in any trade situation in the last five, six days."  Wittenmyer talked to one Cubs source who indicated that no progress has been made toward acquiring Roberts since camp began. Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune has the same story.  Both journalists reference "Internet rumors" rather than Heyman's specific report, a practice that still strikes me as odd.


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