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Odds and Ends: Saito, Teixeira, LaRoche

More Tuesday links...

  • Over at RotoAuthority, David Chase examines more of the optimistic Spring Training reports of '08.  Particularly interesting: did pitchers follow up on their intention to use a new pitch?
  • The Marlins' Scott Proctor signing is official.  Also, Chan Ho Park with the Phillies.
  • Carl Pohlad's three sons will take over for their father.
  • McCovey Chronicles trade idea: Randy Winn for Xavier Nady.
  • Add Randy Choate to the minor league deals for the Rays.
  • Economist J.C. Bradbury says "the economic downturn cannot explain the magnitude of Pat Burrell's discount."  He believes teams are exaggerating the recession effect.
  • Keith Law says the risk in giving Milton Bradley a three-year deal "seems excessive" but notes that Bradley is an excellent hitter and above-average defender.
  • Patrick Newman learned that Takashi Saito received almost ten offers last month, including proposals from the Cardinals and Red Sox.  Newman also has new reports of various minor league-level Japanese players who want to join MLB organizations.
  • Tony Massarotti has all kinds of questions about Boston's failure to sign Mark TeixeiraCraig Calcaterra offers analysis on the team's Boras relationship.  Check out stuff from today's Yankees press conference here and here.
  • Sox Machine on how Jim Thome staying healthy messed up Ken Williams' plans.
  • Dejan Kovacevic says Adam LaRoche would like to stay in Pittsburgh past '09, but the team is not considering an extension.


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