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發表發表於: 星期六 十二月 12, 2009 9:52 pm 引言回覆回頂端
hau720

目前等級: 必殺代打
安打能力: 4 4
長打能力: 10 10
跑壘速度: 9 9
傳球肩力: 10 10
防守能力: 10 10
球隊定位: 八棒捕手
投打方向: 右投右打
入隊時間: 2009-04-16
本季年俸: 1060万
監督評價: 5分
球迷評價: 3分
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洋基官網今日的標題 :
Yankees likely to non-tender Wang
Right-hander has been hampered by injuries since 2008

通常大聯盟都會在整聯盟球賽打完後,於12月13日全部球隊總經理或球員經理公司會開會(冬季會議),開完後就大致上清楚30之球隊想要啥方向球員,以及知道大咖球員想要哪些福利等等都會清楚.

在簽約的年限到了,在冬季會議未開之前球員都還是屬於原來的那一隊,別支對這個球員有興趣的球隊是還不能跟他有任何簽約的動作. 要開完會之後由於球隊都知道想要怎樣的球員,那時候才可以開始對有興趣球員洽談.

然而洋基高層都放話了,看起來像是確定不會再簽下王建民了,只是,王建民該落腳到哪一隊呢?他未來在大聯盟命運如何,令人關切.



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音樂教師北極熊: 沒有人會花400萬美元跟一個受傷的投手簽約。non-tender王是正常球隊會做的事。
一球入魂: 去大都會吧!至少還待在紐約,不用搬家了...亂入again!!
一球入魂: 這一把轉隊,又有人要噱翻了!!!爽阿!!




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發表發表於: 星期六 十二月 12, 2009 9:54 pm 引言回覆回頂端
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目前等級: 必殺代打
安打能力: 4 4
長打能力: 10 10
跑壘速度: 9 9
傳球肩力: 10 10
防守能力: 10 10
球隊定位: 八棒捕手
投打方向: 右投右打
入隊時間: 2009-04-16
本季年俸: 1060万
監督評價: 5分
球迷評價: 3分
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洋基官網的新聞全文附錄如下 :

NEW YORK -- The Yankees appear likely to non-tender Chien-Ming Wang by Saturday's midnight ET deadline, a move that would make the two-time 19-game winner a free agent.

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said that the club is still considering their options regarding Wang, but he is the only one of New York's four non-tender candidates who has not been mentioned by Cashman as part of the club's outlook toward Spring Training.

Outfielder Melky Cabrera and pitchers Chad Gaudin and Sergio Mitre are the other non-tender candidates, all of whom should be retained. Cabrera is currently the Yankees' starting left fielder and Cashman has spoken about Gaudin and Mitre as candidates for the back end of the rotation.

Wang's agent, Alan Nero, said on Friday that he has been led to believe that the Yankees will non-tender Wang, at which point he will begin to engage any interested clubs on the open market.

Nero said that his expectation is that Wang will be ready to pitch in Major League games by May 1.

"He is way ahead of schedule," Nero said. "He started his throwing program on Dec. 1 and is under the supervision of Dr. James Andrews with his physical therapy. I'm very optimistic that he will be in the best shape of his life."

Wang, who will be 30 by Opening Day, was considered by many to be the ace of the Yankees' staff as recently as last year. The sinker-baller has never recovered from a June 2008 right foot injury that has jarred his promising career.

After returning from that Lisfranc tear, Wang struggled mightily, and some speculated the foot injury had altered his motion. Wang was eventually sent to Tampa, Fla., to work on his mechanics, but he was sidelined for good after a July 4 start against the Blue Jays, having Andrews perform season-ending shoulder surgery.

Wang finished the year 1-6 with a 9.64 ERA in 12 games (nine starts) and is expected to be Major League-ready at some point between April and June, according to Cashman. But because Wang made $5 million in 2009, the largest pay reduction the Yankees could offer him if they tendered a contract would be 20 percent, or $4 million.

Given his uncertain outlook, the Yankees may believe they are better served to non-tender Wang and then attempt to re-sign him to a lesser contract.

Nero would not rule out the idea that Wang could return to the Yankees under that scenario, but he said that his agency would then view the situation by taking all other options into consideration.

"I think it's difficult to rationalize a non-tender as further building a bridge with a team, but we'll see," Nero said.

Should Wang become a free agent, it is thought that the Dodgers -- managed by Joe Torre, a consistent supporter of the pitcher -- would have some interest.

Wang said in October that "hopefully I will be here next year," but he was aware that he may not be.

Watching from the bench as the Yankees went on to win the World Series, Wang said, "I don't know what will happen in the future. I'm just waiting to see. ... I can't worry about it. Right now I'm just focusing on rehab and getting healthy."

Bryan Hoch is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.


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