• MLB rumors: White Sox not offering Manny Machado $250 million; Bryce Harper won't consider short-term deal

    6 monthes ago - By CBSSports

    Here's the latest hot stove buzz as pitchers and catchers head to Florida and Arizona
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  • Report: Harper won't consider short-term deal

    6 monthes ago - By TheScore

    Bryce Harper apparently wants long-term job security. Despite the apparent wishes of some teams - the San Francisco Giants reportedly plan to offer Harper a lucrative short-term deal - free agency's biggest available star won't even consider signing that type of contract, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman. If Harper isn't interested in a short-term deal, San Francisco may be out of the picture. That would leave the Washington Nationals, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox, and San Diego Padres as the reported front-runners for his services. All five clubs have...
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  • Bryce Harper Not Considering Short-Term Deals

    6 monthes ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    Even as he continues an already lengthy stay on the free agent market, star outfielder Bryce Harper is “not signing - or even considering - short-term deals,” according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network .
    There has been some indication of late that some clubs may be pursuing Harper on less-than-lengthy contract terms. In particular, the Giants' entry into the market for Harper seemed to raise the prospect of such an approach. By some accounts, at least, the San Francisco organization is not only a real potential suitor but is interested only in committing to Harper for a limited term.
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  • Bryce Harper Rumors: Star Not 'Even Considering' Signing Short-Term Contract

    6 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report

    Free-agent outfielder Bryce Harper still hasn't signed with a team as pitchers and catchers report to spring training this week, but he reportedly won't settle for a short-term contract...
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  • Bryce Harper reportedly has no interest in signing short-term deal

    6 monthes ago - By Yardbarker

    The San Francisco Giants may be legitimate suitors to sign Bryce Harper, but they are going to have to offer the same type of long-term contract as any other team if they want to get a deal done. A report on Monday claimed the Giants have no interest in offering Harper anything close to the 10-year, $300 million deal he has been seeking but might be willing to offer him a “lucrative short-term deal.” According to Jon Heyman of Fancred, Harper is giving no consideration to signing such a contract. Harper is a Scott Boras client, so that is hardly a surprise. Boras clients almost always sign...
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  • Bryce Harper rumors: Star free agent won't consider short-term deals, report says

    6 monthes ago - By CBSSports

    This throws some cold water on the Harper-to-Giants buzz
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  • MLB Rumors: Bryce Harper Chase Down To These Two Teams, Insider Believes

    6 monthes ago - By NESN

    The pretenders to win Bryce Harper's services have faded away, and just two contenders remain.
    USA Today's Bob Nightengale believes that's the current state of Harper's free-agency saga , with the San Francisco Giants and Philadelphia Phillies being the last teams still in the running. Nightengale asserted as much Monday night during his appearance on San Francisco radio station KNBR's “Gary and Larry” show.
    “They (the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers) are definitely out of it,” Nightengale said. “Right now I really do think it's the Giants and the Phillies. It's a two-team...
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