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Royals sign pitcher Taylor Clarke to a one-year deal

Royals sign pitcher Taylor Clarke to a one-year deal

Photo by Joe Sargent/ The 28-year old right-hander was non-tendered by Arizona. The Royals have signed right-handed pitcher Taylor Clarke to a one-year, $975,000 contract according to MLB Network reporter Jon Heyman. Clarke was non-tendered by Arizona earlier this week. He would not be eligible for six-year free agency until at least 2026. The 28-year old right-hander pitched in 43 games for the Diamondbacks this year with a 4.98 ERA and 3.54 FIP and 39 strikeouts in 43 1⁄3 innings. He missed nearly two months with a shoulder injury. Clarke has pitched in parts of...
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Snake Bytes: 12/1: Two Minutes to Midnight

Snake Bytes: 12/1: Two Minutes to Midnight

MLB and the Player’s Association have until midnight tonight to hammer out a deal before the CBA expires and the owners impose a lockout. Non-Tender Deadline Adds to Free Agent PoolThe non-tender deadline arrived at 6 p.m. Arizona time last night. As reported here, the Diamondbacks non-tendered Taylor Clarke but did tender a contract to Christian Walker. Those players around the league that joined in the fate of Clarke became free agents, with a bit more than 24 hours with which to sign a new contract before the expiration of the CBA brings a halt to all signings and...
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Diamondbacks tender contract to Christian Walker, cut loose Taylor Clarke

Diamondbacks tender contract to Christian Walker, cut loose Taylor Clarke

The Diamondbacks opted to stick with first baseman Christian Walker despite his rough 2021 season.       
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Diamondbacks non-tenders and contract deals: Christian Walker stays, Taylor Clarke leaves

Diamondbacks non-tenders and contract deals: Christian Walker stays, Taylor Clarke leaves

Photo by Norm Hall/ A busy kinda day on both ends of the spectrum. Non-tenders November 30th marks the deadline for all 30 MLB organizations to decide whether or not to tender a contract to players that are under team control, most notably arbitration eligible players. By the end of the day, teams have to decide whether or not a player under the arbitration process is worth keeping around at a raise or elect to non-tender them. Non-tendered players become free agents, eligible to sign with whomever they want. The big news is that the D-backs have, according to Nick...

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