Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The big four among free agents this year

FLUSHING, New York .- (VIP-WIRE). "The only eternal smile is that of death" ... Dracula .- -oooo- THE QUESTION OF THE WEEK .- As Albert Pujols fired three homers in the third game of the 2011 World Series, the question today is, who have got more runs in the history of these classics?

THE ANSWER 18 .- Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth 15, 12 Yogi Berra, Duke Snider 11, 10 Lou Gehrig, Reggie Jackson 10, Joe DiMaggio 8 Frank Robinson 8 Bill Skowron 8 Hank Bauer 7, Goose Goslin 7 Gil McDougald 7. BIG FOUR .- The world of free agents, which opens next week, will be encouraged in terms of power, Albert Pujols, who want to retain the Cardinals, but must compete with Yankees, Angels, Rangers, Dodgers and Nationals, Prince Fielder, who hope to sign the Nationals, followed by Dodgers, Mariners and Orioles. Free pitchers will be headed by left-hander CJ Wilson, a candidate in the aspirations of Nationals. Cardinals, Brewers, Dodgers, Marlins, Yankees and Angels, and if not finally settled with the Yankees, CC Sabathia, already plans Mets, Cardinals, Brewers, Dodgers, Marlins, Rangers and Red Sox ... Dawn and see ... PENALTIES .- The taxi drivers sounded their horns in their vehicles in this little town called New York, SSER fined $ 350. Therefore, the city that never slept finally able to sleep peacefully ... -oooooo, "Laughing with others is very different and much more positive than the others laugh at" ... Dick Secades .- -ooooo- PREFERENCE .- The Phillies let him go to Roy Oswalt, rather than accept the default of 2012 by 16 million Brad Lidge as to who would have cost 12 million 500 thousand. They prefer to invest that money in Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Madson ... I tell them ... Manageria .- The manager of the Blue Jays, John Farrell, is a candidate to lead the Red Sox, but still want him in Chicago for the Cubs. And by the way, if those same teams are also exploring other potential managers, as Mike Maddux and Dale Sveum ... YANKEES COME HOME .- The general manager of the Yankees, Brian Cashman and team owner Hal Steinbrenner, speaking yesterday at noon in the offices at Yankee Stadium, on the renewal of the contract. According to Cashman ...: "Everything is going very well, very well!". As Hal said for this column ... "The organization is keen to retain Brian '... PEACEFUL .- When sending this column Wednesday, waiting in San Luis the announcement that Major League Baseball and Major League Baseball Players Association signed the agreement for five years, which was under discussion. The contract expires today was announced during the 2006 World Series.


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