Royals notebook: No major push to sign free-agent starting pitcher
All teams shop for starting pitchers in the offseason. The Royals are no exception and, yes, they figure to explore a few low-cost possibilities next week at the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.Dont expect more than that, though.The Royals already flashed their intention by refusing to consider more than a one-year deal for ...
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#1 Dec 16, 2010
They really should sign him to at least a one year deal.
What happens if they end up dealing Greinke and end up with no Chen.
But, then again it's not like they are going to win many games even with these two pitchers. ARGH!!!
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