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Giants, Dodgers, Cubs just say 'no'

Nov 19, 2009, 7:16 PM EST

On the day before teams could officially make offers to another team’s free agents, most of the talk from GMs and owners related to which players they wouldn’t pursue.
*As we touched on earlier, the Angels are out on Matt Holliday.
*The Giants say it’s doubtful that they’ll be involved in the chase for Holliday or Jason Bay.
*The Dodgers are looking for starting pitching and may put together a package for Roy Halladay, but they won’t pursue John Lackey, says the Los Angeles Times.
*A source told the Chicago Tribune that the Cubs won’t try for Pedro Martinez.
*We also learned earlier this week that the Tigers won’t attempt to re-sign summer acquisitions Jarrod Washburn and Aubrey Huff.

  1. AJ Gallo - Nov 19, 2009 at 11:06 PM

    With all of those teams declaring themselves out of the running for his players, Scott Boras is gonna have to work overtime to try and get his clients overpaid and signed. Couldn’t happen to a nicer jackass.

  2. Old Gator - Nov 19, 2009 at 11:09 PM

    Nice blog header, Matt. It would have been perfect if you had mentioned my ex-wife as well.

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