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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Dec 11, 2013
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Pirates have requested the medical records of two-time American League Cy Young winner Johan Santana and plan to meet ...
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Red Sox Blog | Providence Journal Dec 11, 2013
By Tim BrittonLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Six years later, the Red Sox still aren't biting on Johan Santana. The object of Boston's affections a half-dozen offseasons ago, Santana is an interesting buy-low free agent this year. He's missed two of the last three seasons because of shoulder problems, though he did show flashes of brilliance -- including a no-hitter -- in the intervening year. General manager Ben Cherington said the Red Sox looked into Santana but wouldn't pursue the left-hander. That has less to do with Santana than it does with the enviable depth of Boston's starting pitching....
River Ave. Blues 23 hours ago
It appears that Phil Hughes and Johan Santana simply couldn’t be in the Bronx at the same time. In 2007 the Yankees declined to include Hughes in a trade for the two-time AL Cy Young Award winner. Now that they’re both free agents, could Hughes and Santana effectively make that swap? Hughes has already signed
River Ave. Blues Dec 10, 2013
Six years ago, the Yankees took one of the biggest risks in franchise history. The Twins were shopping two-time Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana one year before free agency and he was a perfect fit for the Yankees, a team in need of a workhorse ace left-hander. There were offers and counteroffers, a bidding
MetsBlog Dec 11, 2013
The Mets are looking to sign a starting pitcher to a short-term deal, and they reportedly have interest in Bartolo Colon and Johan Santana, among others… 3:23 pm: Brian Cashman and Santana’s agent spoke, but not specifically about Santana (Feinsand). 1:45 pm: Colon’s asking price keeps going up, he now wants a two-year deal (Rosenthal, […]
Yankees Blog | ESPN New York Dec 11, 2013
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Yankees have joined the Mets among the total of eight teams that have expressed interest in Johan Santana for 2014, sources have told ESPN New York. The talks with all the teams are in the preliminary stages. Santana, 34, has not pitched in two of the past three seasons because of shoulder surgery. In 2012, he threw the first no-hitter in Mets history before injuring the shoulder again. According to a baseball official, another of his former teams, the Minnesota Twins, have expressed interest in Santana.