With Damon gone it will be interesting to see how it works out. He might have a great season or the Yankees could have gotten rid of him just in time.As a Yankees fan I have to see I like the changes we made in the starting rotation, but I think our outfield leaves a bunch to be desired, even with Granderson. They also added tons of payroll once again, which never works out.
http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20100216&content_id=8079682&vkey=news_was&fext=.jsp&c_id=wasThe Nationals have agreed to terms on a one-year, $2 million contract with right-hander Chien-Ming Wang, two baseball sources confirmed to MLB.com on Tuesday.
The Nationals are scheduled to hold a news conference on Friday at Space Coast Stadium in Viera, Fla.
Newsday, The Boston Globe and the United Daily News, a Taiwanese newspaper, indicated last week that a deal was done. The Nationals have not confirmed that Wang has signed with the team.
According to the United Daily News, Nationals president Stan Kasten visited Taiwan's deputy ambassador, Daton Chang, last Friday and confirmed that Wang was going to sign with Washington and that the team would make an announcement Tuesday.
When reached by phone, Kasten declined to talk about Wang. General manager Mike Rizzo was not available for comment because he is in Tampa, Fla., dealing with right-hander Brian Bruney's arbitration case.
Amen. I'm happy we didn't sign him, but HAHA DAMON!!!Damon signs with the Tigers for $8 million. Glad to see greed cost Damon money......( since the Yankees offer was $10 million/yr).
I think most of Twins players are going to get hypothermia from playing at Target in AprilHahahahaha Damon just got owned. I never liked him, never will. The Tigers definitely have a crowded outfield now.
Twins are going to hopefully win the AL Central, never know though.