January 2007 - Baseball Wiretap

Bonds Close To Finalizing Deal With Giants


Schilling Plans To Pitch In 2008


Heilman Still Haunted By Molina Homer
"It was one bad pitch, and I have to put it out of my mind," Mets' P Aaron Heilman said last week.

Journal News

Ichiro May Hit Trading Block
A trade before the July 31st deadline will be a legitimate option for the Mariners.

Chicago Tribune

Boston's Interest Will Go Up If Rockies Pick Up More Salary
Sources say that the Red Sox have not yet seen a proposal that they would could consider serious regarding Todd Helton.

Boston Herald

Phillies' Manuel: "Hamels Has The Potential To Be A Star"


Garland Happy To Be Back With White Sox


Kazmir Says Shoulder Is Fine

St. Petersburg Times

Weaver's Base Salary Expected To Be $8.325 Million
An official announcement could come on Monday.

Tacoma News Tribune

Wilson Dishes Criticism


White Sox Expected To Make Run At Rowland Next Winter

Philadelphia Inquirer

GM And Buehrle Clear The Air

Daily Southtown

Helton Wants Quick Resolution
Todd Helton would consider approving a trade to the Red Sox, but wants a quick resolution to avoid any distractions.

Denver Post

Twins' Santana Vows To Avoid Distractions
AL Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana has set himself up for a big pay day when his contract expires after the 2008 season.


Nolan Ryan Expected To Leave Hospital
Reid Ryan said his father was "feeling great."


Former St. Louis GM Bing Devine Dies


Armas And Pittsburgh Close To Deal?


Bernie Thinking About Taking Minor League Deal?

New York Daily News

Pirates Debut A Red Jersey


Sources: Weaver Agrees To Deal With Seattle


Red Sox In Talks For Helton?
The Rockies are in discussions with the Red Sox involving a trade of Todd Helton, according to multiple baseball sources.

Denver Post

Nolan Ryan Hospitalized
Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan was admitted to a Houston hospital on Friday to be treated for recurring symptoms of a preexisting medical condition.


Phillies Invite Karim Garcia To Spring Training


Yankees Sign Cairo


Charges Against Peavy Dropped


New Oakland Manager Predicts Swisher In Left
New A's manager Bob Geren sees Nick Swisher playing left field, but said "nothing is set in stone right now."

Contra Costa Times

Yankees: Pavano Won't Be A Rehab Player
Despite a long list of injuries the last two seasons, Carl Pavano is expected to handle a regular workload when spring training begins on February 13.

New York Times

Cashman Dismisses Claim That The Yankees Are Rocket Frontrunners

New York Times

Blue Jays Finalize Deal With Ohka


Mariners Close To Adding Weaver To Pitching Staff
The Mariners are reported to be closing in on a deal with RHP Jeff Weaver.