Pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2010: John Lackey

Posted: 10th November 2009 by Jesse Motiff in MLB
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Much in the same fashion that CC Sabathia was the top pitching prize last winter, John Lackey will find himself in that position this winter. Lackey may find more suitors than Sabathia did, but he won't command nearly the same contract the big lefty did. No fewer than eight teams have been linked as possible destinations for the Angels' ace. The Angels, Mets, Yankees, Dodgers, Rangers, Brewers, Orioles, and Astros have all been reported as having interest. Also, reports range in him getting anywhere from a three to six year contract with dollar amounts varying from $36-100 million. Not only will the contracts vary on Lackey, but the role he serves will depend on which team he decides to pitch for. The Yankees, Mets, and Astros already have established top-of-the-rotation pitchers. He would ...

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