One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
Phils complete rotation
With Randy Wolf out of the picture, the team made a deal with Adam Eaton, a righthanded starter who was its first-round draft pick in 1996.
Wolf officially signs with Dodgers
LOS ANGELES - Randy Wolf and the Los Angeles Dodgers finalized an $8 million, one-year contract today.
Wolf will get $7.5 million next year, and the Dodgers have a $9 million option for 2008 with a $500,000 buyout. His 2008 salary would become guaranteed if Wolf pitched 180 innings next season.
Baseball Notes | Dellucci and Indians agree on 3-year deal
Promised Cleveland's starting job in left field, free agent David Dellucci, a Phillie last season, has reached preliminary agreement on a three-year, $11.5 million contract with the Indians.
Dellucci, 33, has a physical scheduled for Thursday in Cleveland, and will finalize his contract if he passes it.
OK,..Dellucci,..the Trekmedic can understand that one. The writing was on the wall when Victorino put on a show last season and Gillick wanted Rowand back. But Randy Wolf leaving town?? (sigh)