Chicago Illinois. Los Angeles Angels right handed pitcher, who told a Los Angeles newspaper he feels he might be traded by the Angels to another team.
A source has confirmed that the Chicago Cubs are one of several teams that are interested in trading players to the Angels for Haren.
Bruce Levin of ESPNChicago.com confirmed the Cubs management is interested in Haren to be part of the team in the 2013 baseball season.
ESPNBoston.comsaid the Boston Red Sox are also interested in trading players in having Haren play for them next season.
If Haren is traded to the Cubs he will most likely pitch one year for the team as a rent a pitcher deal.
Haren has 12 wins and 13 losses in the 2012 Major League Baseball season. Haren had battled a back injury this past baseball season.
The Cubs have a much better chance in trading for Haren than having to bid for his services as a pitcher if Haren becomes a free agent.
Looks like the Angels are getting rid of their sub par pitchers and replacing them with new talent from their farm system or players from other teams. This is going to be a very interesting off season in Major League Baseball with free agency around the corner.
News sources David Padilla, ESPNChicago.com, ESPNBoston.com, ESPN LosAngeles.com, Gordon Estes and Bruce Levin