The AP has an update on Tom Glavine, who is currently mulling over a decision on whether or not to take a sizeable pay cut from his 2008 salary:
"There’s a point where it’s worth going back and going through everything you go through, good and bad, in getting ready and going through a baseball season — and a point where it’s not," Glavine told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "There’s a price for everything. I don’t know how to say that without someone getting offended. In every business, there’s a price that makes it worthwhile."
Atlanta’s offer to Glavine has a base salary of less than $2MM, though he could reportedly earn around $3MM with incentives. Glavine would enter the 2009 season as the active leader in career wins, with 305. He needs just two more to pass Eddie Plank and move into the Top 20 all-time, though he can expect some competition from Randy Johnson this year in that regard.
Does Glavine have another solid season in him?