Odds & Ends: Pirates, Sano, White Sox, Blue Jays

Here's some links to check out as you celebrate the return of a full slate of baseball games…

  • Jon Paul Morosi of FoxSports.com says something doesn't add up about the Pirates reported interest in signing Jack Wilson and Freddy Sanchez to contract extensions. He wonders if the team will make low-ball offers that the players have no choice but to reject just so they can say "The players refused our offers and left us with no choice but to trade them away and improve our organization's future."
  • Twins vice president of player personnel Mike Radcliff is in the Dominican Republic to take a look at Miguel Angel Sano, according to Charley Walters of The Pioneer Press.
  • Mark Gonzales of The Chicago Tribune notes that when asked about the team's interest in acquiring Roy Halladay, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said ""I don't think were going to give up half the organization for one player."
  • Dave Cameron at FanGraphs has reached the top ten in his series of post about the 50 MLB players with the most trade value.
  • The Blue Jays have signed their fourth round pick according to Bob Elliott of The Toronto Sun.

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