The Yankees separated from him recently, eating the remaining $ 26 million in their dealings.
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The Dodgers appear to be in the hunt for just about every top flight free agent on the market and the biggest one, Gerrit Cole, appears to be in their sights. Former Houston Astros teammate Josh Reddick said during the season he could see Cole signing with a team "west of Nevada", which lines up with the Angels being a potential suitor. Cole was recruited by the Yankees, but chose to go to college.
Major League Baseball trade rumours: Cole, Strasburg and their stellar campaigns. Offers, really. The Yankees gave Masahiro Tanaka a seven-year, $155 million deal that's really labored out fairly effectively, although not best-case situation - the right-hander has averaged 27 begins a yr, with a 3.75 ERA.
Last season with the Astros Cole held an ERA of 2.50 with a record of 20-5 in 212.1 innings pitched, adding this to the Yankees rotation previous season would've been huge. The New York Post's George King reports there's a real chance Cole could actually sign with the Yankees. However, the franchise clearly loves Cole, as it selected him in the first round of the 2008 draft (Cole went to UCLA instead, later becoming the No. 1 overall pick of the Pirates) and tried to trade for him a couple years ago.
According to Passan's report, the Angels and Yankees are expected to battle in an intense bidding war for Cole's services and a deal is expected to blow past David Price's record-setting $217 million contract from 2015.