Sides working out conditioning clause
The New York Yankees and David Wells are close to finalizing a minor-league deal that could put the tempestuous left-hander back in their rotation for the 2004 season, ESPN's Peter Gammons reports.
The Yankees offered Wells salary arbitration Sunday night because general manager Brian Cashman and Wells' agent Gregg Clifton were on the verge of working out the one-year contract.
"We're trying to finalize an opportunity for David and an
opportunity for the Yankees that will be fair to ...
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