Nov 14, 2013, 4:36 PM EDT
At least that’s what his agent tells Jeff Passan of Yahoo!. Another source tells Passan that the offers are between $52 million and $60 million. Given that there isn’t a ton of starting pitching on the market, Nolasco is probably going to try to get some longer offers.
Nolasco had an ugly fade at the end of the season, but he was good for the Dodgers after coming over from the Marlins. Specifically: he went 8-3 with a 3.52 ERA and a 75/21 K/BB ratio in 87 innings. For the year he was 13-11, 3.70 ERA, 165/46 K/BB in 199 1/3 IP.
Pretty solid, but also quite possibly Nolasco’s high-water mark.
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