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Posted: Tuesday November 22, 2005 10:29AM; Updated: Tuesday November 22, 2005 10:29AM
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The word going around is that Jim Fregosi is a lock to become the Dodgers' manager with the announcement coming Monday.
-- Los Angeles Times

Judging by club statements yesterday, the Red Sox won't name a general manager until after the Thanksgiving holiday and aren't certain to have one in place by the opening of the winter meetings Dec. 5 in Dallas.
-- Boston Globe

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Agent Scott Boras made a copy of Johnny Damon's free-agent statistical binder available. In it are sections titled "Best Leadoff Man in Baseball"; "Most Durable Active Player in the Major Leagues/Deserving of a 7-Plus-Year Contract"; and "Better Than Future Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson."
-- New York Times

A baseball official familiar with the Yankees' plans said they recently reached out to the Oakland A's to ask about the availability of center fielder Mark Kotsay. The official said the A's aren't opposed to moving Kotsay, but that talks stalled when Oakland asked about second baseman Robinson Cano and pitcher Chien-Ming Wang -- the two players everybody keeps asking the Yankees about.
-- Newark Star-Ledger

The Yankees have broadened their search for a catcher beyond free agents Ramon Hernandez and Bengie Molina by intensifying discussions with the Marlins about Paul Lo Duca and, particularly, with the Devil Rays about Toby Hall, a source said.
-- New York Post

The Yankees would like to be able to lure center fielder Aaron Rowand from the Chicago White Sox, but as of yesterday the White Sox were working on a deal that would send Rowand to the Florida Marlins for center fielder Juan Pierre.
-- Newark Star-Ledger

The Yankees are proceeding as if they will not sign B.J. Ryan or Brian Giles. Neither has scheduled a visit with the Yankees, and a person who has been briefed on the Yankees' plans said neither player seemed serious about signing with the Yankees.
-- New York Times

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