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MLB (cont.)

Posted: Monday July 25, 2005 10:13AM; Updated: Monday July 25, 2005 8:59PM
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So the Mets might have to act fast to shore up their weakest spot. Among the relievers who could be moved are Pittsburgh's Jose Mesa, Seattle's Eddie Guardado and Cleveland's Arthur Rhodes.
-- Newsday

The Dodgers -- or anyone else -- might have a tough time wresting outfielders Adam Dunn or Austin Kearns from Cincinnati before the trading deadline.
-- Los Angeles Times


Randy Winn remains the most likely player to go. Despite apparent concerns about his ability to play center field, the Yankees have done little to suggest their interest has waned.
-- Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The position raised eyebrows. Eric Byrnes started in center field Sunday for the Rockies, prompting buzz he was performing a private audition for the New York Yankees.
-- Denver Post

GM Omar Minaya expects to be a buyer before Sunday's trade deadline, and the Mets' interest in former Yankees All-Star second baseman Alfonso Soriano is "hotter than people think," said a source close to the situation.
-- New York Daily News

The Cubs acknowledged Sunday that Kerry Wood may have arthroscopic surgery during the off-season to clean up minor fraying in the labrum of his right shoulder, and that a switch to the bullpen in 2006 also will be discussed.
-- Chicago Tribune

The Nationals also sent a scout to Jacobs Field this weekend. They have professed interest in Seattle closer Eddie Guardado, but it remains unclear whether the Mariners will make him available.
-- Seattle Post Intelligencer

A team might be interested in Rondell White (if he is healthy), but that doesn't translate into any kind of blockbuster for the Tigers.
-- Detroit News

The Washington Nationals likely will be without right fielder Jose Guillen when they open a pivotal three-game series at Atlanta tomorrow. Guillen, who leads the Nationals with 19 home runs and 54 RBI, was hit by a pitch on the right wrist in the ninth inning yesterday and was taken to a hospital for X-rays, which were negative.
-- Washington Post