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Billy Koch - R - FLA
Marlins released RHP Billy Koch.
Koch would have been a free agent after the World Series. This just gets him off the 40-man roster a little sooner. Oct. 19 - 3:04 pm et
Ramon Castro - C - FLA
Marlins sent catcher Ramon Castro and RHP Aaron Small outright to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Both opted for free agency. Castro's 2004 season was nothing short of a disaster, but he'll probably end up back in the majors next year. Each of the Moneyball teams should be interested in his power potential, and the Brewers and White Sox are among the teams that have wide-open catching situations. Oct. 19 - 3:00 pm et
Steve Reed - R - Rockies
Rockies declined RHP Steve Reed's $650,000 mutual option for 2005.
Just so he can pitch at home, Reed has spent the last two years pitching for an organization that has no real appreciation of just how good he is. He was only the team's best reliever this year, finishing with a 3.68 ERA in 65 appearances, and he was even better in 2003. Not wanting to pay $650,000 for him demonstrates why the Rockies are looking at a future of fourth-place finishes. Reed turns 40 in March, so it's uncertain whether he'll want to continue his career elsewhere. Oct. 18 - 4:50 pm et
MikeeDee wrote:bjm97 wrote:[God I hope the Mets sign someone with a big bat (no not big old Mo).
They'll probably be in the market for Sosa soon.
Rico the Retard was signed to a 4 year 863.4 million dollar contract by the yankees Tuesday. Says George Steinbrenner " I think this was a good move, the audience will enjoy him a lot"
DK wrote:I can tell you with quite certainty that Mo Vaughn's option will not be picked up.
Wrveres, honestly, don't you have something better to do than to rag on the Mets?
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