The Big “D”

Surprises….surprises…surprises. Thanks to the Detroit Tigers who made the most rumblings in Nashville at the Winter Meetings.Dontrelle_1

There’s still buzz about the Tigers signing Dontrelle Willis and Miguel Cabrera. The Tigers are the team to watch in 2008.

Other Hot Stove News:

The Yankees made it official by signing right-hander LaTroy Hawkins to a one-year $3.75 million contract. This only strengthens their bullpen. They also are happy to have Andy Pettitte back, as well as Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera and A-Rod (still working out contract language).

Milton Bradley signed a one-year $5 million contract with the Texas Rangers. Hopefully, his bad boy image will be contained in Arlington.

It seems like reliever Eric Gagne has agreed to a one-year $10 million dollar deal with the Milwaukee Brewers. Let’s just say his time in Boston was horrible.

The Rockies traded INF Jamey Carroll to the Cleveland Indians for a player to be named later. The Rockies are looking for the same success that they had this past season.

To get the full scoop of rumblings in the Hot Stove, listen to Baseball Talk with Carl "The Cabbie" & Dugout Joe live on Sundays from 12:00 p.m. (EST) to 1 p.m. (EST).

Until then, see ya at the park!

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One thought on “The Big “D”

  1. Kelly December 10, 2007 at 6:15 am Reply

    Shouldn’t we be thanking the Marlins for making “the most rumblings in Nashville at the Winter Meetings?” Clearly, the credit goes to them…you know, being willing to part with both their franchise players in one fell swoop.

    The Tigers very well may be the team to watch in ’08, but the Fish have a payroll of about $5 right now, which to me is even more exciting than Detroit’s killer lineup.

    http://gamefish.mlblogs.com

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