October 30, 2006

Glavine update

At Rotoworld, they write about Tom Glavine and the deal that might happen:

When Tom Glavine negotiates his new deal with the Mets, he might get a Roger Clemens-type clause that allows him to go home (to Atlanta) on weekends when he's not pitching.

Glavine has until Nov. 10 to exercise an option (for $7.5 million), but he will decline. The Mets then hold an option for $14 million with a $2 million bonus. The sides are expected to meet in the middle. If he elects to return to the Braves for his final year, he'll have to do it for a significantly lower salary.

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