Sosa wants to return to majors, but seeks $7 million contract
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic -- Sammy Sosa wants to play in the majors next year, provided a team offers him a contract for at least $7 million.
Sosa hit 21 home runs with 92 RBIs this season with Texas. He sat out in 2006, the Rangers gave him a $500,000, one-year contract, and he made $1.35 million more in performance bonuses.
"I feel victorious, and I think I proved that I have what it takes to stay in the major leagues," he said at a news conference.
Read full story