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Rosenthal On Figgins' Future

Ken Rosenthal has a new column up, discussing the future of Angels third baseman Chone Figgins.  The versatile leadoff man is eligible for free agency after the season (perhaps a Type B).  Rosenthal says the Halos, who have bigger issues in the free agency of John Lackey and Vladimir Guerrero, "will balk at retaining Figgins for $10 million a season."  Will Figgins find a Brian Roberts-like four-year, $40MM deal elsewhere?

Here's what Figgins had to say regarding free agency:

"I'm excited.  I've talked to (Garret) Anderson about it before. I've talked to (Juan) Pierre. I've talked to Orlando Cabrera. They say, 'You've worked hard to get to this point. Leave it out on the field like you always do and see what happens.' It's an honor to get to that point. That means you've done well in the big leagues."

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