Au Revoir, Figgy?
The Orange County Register, citing multiple sources, says the Mariners are on the verge of signing the free-agent to a four-year contract for approximately $36 million.
That was apparently news to Angels GM Tony Reagins, who told the Reggie's Bill Plunkett the Halos have been in negotiations this week to re-sign Figgins.
The offer on the table is apparently for no more than three years, a contract length the Angels are apparently not willing to extend.
So, prepare for a crappy weekend, Angels fans. And if losing Figgy's salary is still not enough to keep free-agent pitcher John Lackey from bolting, a crappy winter as well.