Jason Denayer JerseyHaren Still Wants Marlins To Trade Him Out West - RealGM Wiretap
Dan Haren has informed the Marlins that his preference remains to pitch out West Anthony Martial Manchester United Jersey
, and for a team that has Spring Training in Arizona. The 34-year-old California native had been weighing his options since he was traded to Miami from the Dodgers.
According to a source, Haren also told the Marlins that he was impressed with the direction the club was headed, but the right-hander is not planning on joining their rotation. If Miami cannot work out a trade, it is not clear yet if the veteran will retire.
Ross Red Sox Arent Nearing Deal - RealGM Wiretap
The Red Sox have been trying to sign Cody Ross to a long-term contract since July, but all of a sudden it doesn't sound as though he'll return for a second season.
"It hasn't been really what I would say close," Ross told Rob Bradford of WEEI-Boston.
"Now it's going to be more complex with other teams involved. It's not just [the Red Sox]. They had a ton of opportunities. Now it only makes sense to listen to other teams."
AJ Pierzynski Agrees To Contract With Red Sox - RealGM Wiretap
The Boston Red Sox have agreed to terms with A.J. Pierzynski, ending the tenure of Jarrd Saltalamacchia.
Pierzynski turns 37 at the end of December Andreas Pereira Manchester United Jersey
, but has played in at least 125 games in each season since 2002.
Pierzynski hit 27 homers for the Chicago White Sox in 2012 and 17 with the Texas Rangers last season.
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