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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Stroman to the Cubs
    Good start. The Cubs are like the owner who is quiet for the first 2 rounds of an auction, has tons of money, and still puts together a star studded team. They have too much money and pedigree to not go into next season with a competitive team. The biggest names are gone but there is still tons of high end talent out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    Padres sign 31 year-old RHP Nick Martínez for 4 years/$20 million.

    Martinez had a 1.62 ERA and 146/39 K/BB ratio across 149 2/3 innings for the SoftBank Hawks in Japan this past season. He also starred for Team USA during the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
    Jon Heyman of MLB Network notes that the paperwork for Nick Martinez's reported four-year, $20 million deal with the Padres did not get filed before the lockout began Wednesday at midnight.

    That means that Martinez is still technically a free agent, though the expectation is that the contract will be finalized once MLB and the MLBPA reach a new collective bargaining agreement.
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    Orioles sign RHP Jordan Lyles for 1 year/$7 million.
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    Orioles sign RHP Jordan Lyles for 1 year/$7 million.
    BWI will need to reroute airline traffic from the airport when he pitches. Missiles will be flying out of Camden Yards at an alarming rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    Yup - here's more detail: https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2021/...radley-jr.html

    I'm pretty surprised - the Brewer organization was very high on David Hamilton; more than one considered him the future Lorenzo Cain. I'm not gonna complain at all, though. Right field in Milwaukee is a lot easier to play than Fenway, and Renfroe's bat will play very well in Milwaukee. The Brewers get out of $17.5 MM of JBJ contract money, of which $8 MM would be dead money in a buyout next year.

    Leave it to David Stearns to pull off a deal about two breaths before his boss votes for a lockout.
    Yeah, great move for the Brewers. Head scratcher for the Red Sox, though the Hamilton insight helps me understand it some.

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    Dodgers sign RP Daniel Hudson for 1 year/$7 million plus a $6.5 million club option for 2023.
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    On the good news front: Jeremy Jeffress is trying out for teams. He had a major mental health setback during COVID, and was out all this year. Good to see he's managed to get better and is still able to pitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    On the good news front: Jeremy Jeffress is trying out for teams. He had a major mental health setback during COVID, and was out all this year. Good to see he's managed to get better and is still able to pitch.
    I hadn't heard that. Hope he is doing better now...pitching in MLB would be a bonus
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