Monday, July 19, 2010

Dodgers have been aggressive, apparently

Yahoo's Tim Brown tells the world that:

Losers of four in a row and with 13 of their next 17 games against the San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres, the Dodgers, according to baseball sources, have been very aggressive in their pursuit of pitching, both for the rotation and the bullpen. They continue to call the Houston Astros on Roy Oswalt, the Chicago Cubs on Ted Lilly, the Diamondbacks on Haren and even the Cleveland Indians on Jake Westbrook and Fausto Carmona."

And about the Yankees?

The Yankees aren’t so concerned with Andy Pettitte’s groin injury that they’ll seek a replacement starter, though a source said they’ll continue conversations in case Sergio Mitre falters. They do like Oswalt, but certainly not as much as they did Lee, and view Oswalt’s contract as a detriment.

So everybody's in on Roy, and nobody's in on Roy.

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