Quick Hits: MASN, – MLB Trade Rumors

Justin turner There are four options on the table that would put him on a contender, with four of the Dodgers and two of the Blue Jays per MLB Insider John Heyman.Via twitter) is. Still, Heyman notes, the Dodgers are confident that they will be able to bring Chavez Ravin back to Turner. The length of the hold-up deal remains, as Los Angeles targets a two-year agreement, while the 36-year-old seeks a four-year deal. Specifically speaking, the search for other potential landing spots is naturally on the NL east side, where any Braves, Nationals, Mets or Marlins can theoretically find a place for Turner. Elsewhere…

  • Citizens responded today with a statement of recent cuts made by the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. Nats’ year-old headache on MATN – the local sports network, owned by National and the Orioles, but controlled by the Orioles – took another turn this week, as did on-air personality Dan Kolko Bo Porter, And Alex Chappell was let go of the Washington Post’s Ben Strauss and Jesse Dufferty without prior notice. In a civilian statement provided by Athletic’s Brit Ghiroli (Via twitter), He wrote, “… to say that we are incredibly disappointed and upset with MASN’s decisions. To be clear – these decisions were made by MASN and against our will…” Porter, certainly Se was a coach with the Nationals from 2011 to 2012 and later managed the Astro for the seasons of 2013 and 2014. He has worked closely with Colco before 2019 and on postgame shows, during which Chappell served as a dugout reporter work done.
  • Omar Minaya will accept an ambassador with the Mets to be a public presence for the organization, according to Mike Puma of the New York Post (Via twitter) is. Minaya’s relationship with the Mets begins in childhood, but his professional career began to take notice during his time as assistant general manager from 1998 to 2001. He became general manager of the Mets from 2004 to 2010, when he was succeeded by Sandy Alderson. After four years with the Padres and some time working for the MLBPA, Minaya returned in 2017 to serve as one of Alderson’s lieutenants. He remained with the team through the Brody Van Wagen era, but was let as part of the indoors. New ownership by Steve Cohen. Minaya now returns for her fourth term with the team. It does not appear that Minbaya will have any effect on baseball’s operations.


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