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Bad money The worst contract investments on all 30 teams

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer of SweetSpot baseball blog Former deputy editor of Page 2 Been with ESPN.com since 1995 Follow on Twitter This won't come as a shock: Major league teams spend a lot of money on bad contracts. In 2017, 50 players made at least $17.5 million,

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DeWitt sees Cards as strong and improved but fans are unsettled

At the 60th annual writers' dinner Sunday night, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny arrived at the podium to talk about the season ahead in front of a room filled mostly with true believers or media, and, in his closing remark, he invited the doubters, the skeptics and the critics to pull up a chair.

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Hochman Do Cardinals have an acceptable sense of urgency

Three more years. “And then,” Yadier Molina said, “I'm done.” The great catcher said it multiple times Monday — when his contract ends after the 2020 season, so will his career. So therefore, Yadi, can you describe the sense of urgency to win in those three years? “Oh, yeah,” he said, flashing his

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Carpenter flexible about where he bats where he plays

Matt Carpenter was approaching the halfway point of Monday's Winter Warm-Up media session when his cell phone started to sing. “Thank God for my old stomping ground,” crooned country legend and fellow Texas native George Strait from Carpenter's pocket. The veteran infielder reached to silence

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Blue Jays reportedly sign veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson to boost lineup

The outfield market is starting to move. On Monday night, the Toronto Blue Jays reportedly agreed to terms with Curtis Granderson on a one-year deal worth $5 million, per The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal: Granderson, 37 in March, split last season between the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers. Though

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