Multiyear Deal Notes: Pelfrey, Danks, Andrus

We already found out that the Brewers and Rickie Weeks are tabling talks about a multiyear contract while the Cubs hope to pursue one with Carlos Marmol, so let's recap a few more notes regarding potential contract extensions…

  • Anthony DiComo of MLB.com tweets that the Mets never talked about a multiyear contract with Mike Pelfrey before agreeing to a one-year deal to avoid arbitration today.
  • John Danks told MLB.com's Scott Merkin that neither he nor the White Sox are panicking about getting an extension done. "It's not at the point where it's do-or-die for a [multiyear] deal," said the lefty, who confirmed that the two sides haven't talked seriously about a deal since before the 2009 season (Twitter link).
  • Meanwhile, MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan wonders if the Rangers will approach Elvis Andrus about a multiyear contract in Spring Training. Andrus is under team control through the 2014 season.


6 Responses to Multiyear Deal Notes: Pelfrey, Danks, Andrus Leave a Reply

  1. CitizenSnips 4 years ago

    No surprise on Pelfrey. I can’t remember the last time Boras let one of his clients sign a multiyear deal before testing the market.

  2. Danks’s agent is really smart. He is one of those guys that just doesn’t get injured, so as he improves, his value continues to skyrocket. If I needed to start my team with a pitcher, there are few guys I would want more than Danks.

    • BaseballFanatic0707 4 years ago

      really? I mean Danks is good and all…but I can rattle off quite a list of names that are better than he is. I understand the homer-ism…but c’mon. Few guys?

      • Yes, he’s not THE best, and not very flashy. But he continuously is a very good pitcher with ability to shut down a team. Their are some guys I’d rather have, yes, probably about 10-12. But considering his youth, his left handedness and his impressive stats, I really like him

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