As Doug Fister and Scott Kazmir found new teams and other big-money free agents negotiated, dozens of players with lower profiles waited to find out whether they would be dumped on the market by their clubs Monday night. Teams had until midnight
The Los Angeles Angels declined to extend 2014 contracts to pitchers Jerome Williams, Tommy Hanson and Juan Gutierrez and third baseman Chris Nelson on Monday, moves that trim almost $10 million from next season's payroll and give the team more
The Los Angeles Angels did not offer contracts to starting pitchers Jerome Williams and Tommy Hanson on Monday night, making them free agents. The Angels also didn't offer deals to reliever Juan Gutierrez and third baseman Chris Nelson. With a
As of 3 p.m. PT -- six hours before the deadline -- Jerome Williams' agent hadn't heard from the Angels on whether or not they'll tender his client a contract. It's possible that they haven't told him anything because it's a
The Angels non-tendered starters Jerome Williams and Tommy Hanson, third baseman Chris Nelson and reliever Juan Gutierrez on Monday, saving roughly $10 million in projected salaries for 2014. The five other arbitration-eligible players ...
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