Mets, Orioles lose out on first baseman
MIAMI -- Carlos Delgado wanted to play for a contender, and the Florida Marlins look like one now.
Delgado agreed Tuesday to a $52 million, four-year contract. The deal, which includes an option year making it potentially worth $64 million over five seasons, is contingent on the Delgado passing a physical Wednesday.
"I feel Florida offers me a real opportunity to win a
championship, which is what I'm looking for at this stage of my
career," Delgado told a Puerto Rican newspaper, ...
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