The are “going to unload,” according to a source with knowledge of Philadelphia’s plans over the next 24 hours, CSNPhilly.com’s Jim Salisbury.
The Phillies are actively trying to trade , especially to the , but Philadelphia’s asking price has yet to be met, wrote Salisbury.
is all but sure to be dealt, and the remain the most interested, along with the Giants and .
The are the top suitor for , but the , with injury concerns of their own, and might be interested as well.
The Phillies want a major-league ready utiled as an early favourite for the Brighton job after the dismissal of Chris Hughton today.Potter is as short as 1/8 with Betfair and 1/3 with Sky Bet, having guided Swansea to 10th in the Championship despite tightening financial constraints at the Weity man, or a prospect who projects to be a middle reliever, in return for Blanton, .com’s Britt Ghiroli. There’s concern in Baltimore over how much of an upgrade Blanton would be in Baltimore, as his numbers against the AL East over his career aren’t very good.
About and a potential trade to the , Salisbury wrote that Texas is not on Lee’s list of 21 teams he can block trades to.
If Lee is dealt to the Rangers, Texas will have to send Mike Olt and more back to Philadelphia. Salisbury speculates that the Phillies could ask for reliever to be included in the deal, as well.
The Phillies are trying to avoid paying luxury s Jurgen Klopp will refuse to let any of their first team squad players leavandball was undeserved.Osasuna equalised late on for a 2-2 draw against Barcelona when Roberto Torres converted a penalty after a Pique handball, a spotkick that the defender doesn’t think should have been awarded.”I hit it with my hand, but we alwaye this month.Xherdan Shaqiri is the latest to be linked with a move away, with Roma suggested to hold an interest in taking the Swiss international on loan, with a view to a tax, and trading Victorino and Blanton would save them “roughly $6 million,” Salisbury .
It’s no secret, he added, that the Reds want , and that could be on the move, too. But not to the , CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman.