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How To Fix The Cubs' Bullpen

Three ideas to help the Cubs close out games.

Two Years, $12-14 Million For Jose Valverde?

MLive.com's Scott Warheit passes along a report from Detroit's 97.1 FM that the Tigers have offered reliever Jose Valverde a two-year deal worth $12 to $14 million. That follows up Jon Paul Morosi's assertion that the Tigers are really the only option left for Valverde, as neither the Cubs, Pirates, nor Diamondbacks are apparently interested.

BTBS Asks A Good One: Why No Interest in Kiko Calero?


Outside of 2007, the guy has performed consistently well, including in the AL West. He pitched terrifically for the Marlins in 67 appearances last season. If Matt Palmer really does become #5 in the rotation, Calero - with his devastating slider - would make a good fit in the pen, and probably would come cheap. Given that the Rev once sponsored his Baseball Reference page, it seems only right.

For The 2010 Cubs, The Best Relief Might Be Found From Within

Why the Cubs should not sign a free-agent relief pitcher.

Detroit's Freddy Dolsi Era is Officially Over


Reliever Freddy Dolsi, designated for assignment last week by the Detroit Tigers, signed with the Chicago White Sox.

The Quest For Relief Stays Pricey


In light of Mike Gonzalez's two-year, $12 million contract with the Baltimore Orioles, what options remain on the open market for Fernando Rodney? And does this price the Detroit Tigers out of the...

The Yankee View of Austin Jackson and Phil Coke


A blogger from SB Nation's Yankees blog, Pinstripe Alley, provides some analysis of Austin Jackson and Phil Coke for Tigers fans at BlessYouBoys.com.

Fernando Rodney Could Be Waiting For a While


In his Sunday notes column for the Boston Globe, Nick Cafardo mentioned that reliever Fernando Rodney was seeking a three-year, $10 million contract during the Winter Meetings.

Don't Overlook Holes In The Red Sox's Bullpen


The Red Sox need at least two more relievers to solidify their bullpen. But who's it going to be?

D.J. Carrasco: Nay


Determining whether to offer D.J. Carrasco arbitration.

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