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Free Agency, Trades, and Signings
Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 02 November 2008 01:00

C.C. Sabathia

C.C. Sabathia is the most coveted of all players in
this year's off-season. Will Milwaukee be able to
retain him, or is he bound for the Yankees?

Today, the following 23 players filed for Free Agency pursuant to Article XX B (2) of the Basic Agreement (see 10/31 and 10/30 filings for all that have currently filed for free agency).  The filing period began Thursday, October 30, and will run through Thursday, November 13.

Arizona
Dunn, Adam (OF); Hudson, Orlando        (2B)

Atlanta

Baltimore

Boston
Kotsay, Mark (OF)

Chicago Cubs
Ward, Daryle (1B)

Chicago White Sox
Cabrera, Orlando (SS)

Cincinnati
Fogg, Josh (SP); Weathers, Dave (RP)

Cleveland
Rincon, Juan (RP)

Colorado
Fuentes, Brian (RP); Herges, Matt (RP); Hernandez, Livan (SP); Podsednik, Scott (OF)

Detroit Tigers

Florida
Rhodes, Arthur (RP)

Houston

Kansas City

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers
Park, Chan Ho  (RP)

Milwaukee
Branyan, Russ (3B); Durham, Ray (2B); Sabathia, C.C. (SP)

Minnesota

NY Mets
Hernandez, Orlando (SP)

NY Yankees

Oakland
Foulke, Keith (RP)

Philadelphia
Gordon, Tom (RP)

Pittsburgh

St. Louis
Isringhausen, Jason (RP)

San Diego
Hoffman, Trevor (RP)

San Francisco

Seattle

Tampa Bay
Hinske, Eric (OF)

Toronto

Texas

Washington

Source: MLBPA


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