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Free Agent Signing Period Starts Tomorrow
Thursday, November 10, 2005
Friday marks the start of the free agent signing period and rumors are flying throughout both leagues. Here are a few that have piqued my interest:

1) Trevor Hoffman: The Padres’ closing sensation says that the Pads are “not even being fair” in their offers to him and that he is looking for “fair market value”. Unfortunately for the Padres, I’m sure that Trevor will be on the receiving end of some very eager offers. The Mets, for one, would be one step closer to perfecting their powerhouse team if they could lock up a lights-out closer like Trevor, and their GM has made it known that that is a priority.
2) Paul Konerko: His value was high before Chicago’s post season exploits - October simply confirmed to any potential suitors that they’ll be spending a pretty penny if they want to add a power-hitting infielder to their lineup. Both Boston and Anaheim (excuse me, “Los Angeles”) are rumored to be after him, although my bet is that the White Sox will do whatever it takes to re-sign him.
3) B.J. Ryan: 2005 was his first season as a full-time closer, and he converted 36 of 41 save opportunities. He’s also a lefty, which will up his value, and his youth is a plus as well. There has been talk of the Yankees signing him as Mo’s set-up man, to which the Yankees Chick says a hearty “please!” They’ll have to contend with interest from Boston, Toronto, and Houston, though.

I can't wait to see the offers and rejections start rolling in....let the games begin!

Don’t forget all the other free-agents: Burnett, Giles, Wagner…
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posted by Yankees Chick @ Thursday, November 10, 2005  
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