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waltb87 wrote:ok.....i know sheff has been playing for more than ten years...and on espn today....his contract was going to be optioned....what about of a case of a veteran.....has sheff been a yankee for three years?
Tavish wrote:waltb87 wrote:ok.....i know sheff has been playing for more than ten years...and on espn today....his contract was going to be optioned....what about of a case of a veteran.....has sheff been a yankee for three years?
They might have been talking about the option year on his contract and whether or not the Yankees were going to exercise it.
SPORTS PEOPLE: BASEBALL;Jays Don't Exercise Molitor
Published: November 2, 1995
The Toronto Blue Jays took the first step yesterday toward making PAUL MOLITOR a free agent, deciding to pay him a $1 million buyout rather than exercising the option in his contract for a $4 million salary next season. The Blue Jays could still offer the 39-year-old designated hitter salary arbitration by today's deadline, but are not expected to.
The Baltimore Orioles kept the left-handed reliever JESSE OROSCO by picking up the $500,000 option in his contract, but they did not exercise the $1.3 million option in the contract of another reliever, the right-hander DOUG JONES. The Milwaukee Brewers did not exercise the $2.5 million option in DARRYL HAMILTON's contract, and the outfielder was 1 of 26 players who filed for free agency yesterday. Catcher MIKE STANLEY was another who filed, the second Yankee to become a free agent. The Seattle Mariners kept reliever NORM CHARLTON from becoming a free agent by offering him salary arbitration.
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