|By Jason A. Churchill||By 11-02-2012|
|1. By: sexymarinersfan on 11-02-2012 20:57:04|
M's just re-signed Kuma!! 2 years with a third year option. Great job Z!
|2. By: Jason A. Churchill on 11-02-2012 21:00:22|
What if it's for $13 million per year? Still think it would be great?
|3. By: roosevelt on 11-02-2012 21:43:50|
Anything exceeding $5-6 per year would be bothersome. Watching his stuff last year, one does not see a wow factor. Yet, he still had success. Go figure.
|4. By: sexymarinersfan on 11-02-2012 21:49:34|
You wanna make a wager Jason? Lol. If its $13 million, or more I'll eat my hat! If I had to guess I'd say it was for 2-years at $16 million. I guess we'll have to wait and find out.
|5. By: sexymarinersfan on 11-02-2012 21:58:57|
I just found this from Jon Heyman. I was close!
John Heyman of CBS Sports.com reports the deal as worth two years, $14 million, with Iwakuma getting $6.5 million in each of 2013 and 2014, then a $1 million buyout on a $7 million option for 2015.
|6. By: eknpdx on 11-02-2012 22:58:48|
In relation to this topic about Drew, who has the higher ceiling as a 2B between Ackley and Franklin?
|7. By: Jason A. Churchill on 11-02-2012 23:38:01|
I was just making a point. Until you know the details, you can't just assume it's a good deal. 2/16 wouldn't have been bad, but it's not a GREAT deal. 3/21 with the third year not guaranteed, that's just shy of great, but still very good, IMO.
|8. By: sexymarinersfan on 11-03-2012 01:01:21|
I see where your coming from. I probably would've been outraged had they signed him at $13 mil per. I would've lost a lot of faith in our negotiation skills I'll tell you that much.
|9. By: maqman on 11-03-2012 12:14:53|
With the best defensive player in the game holding the slot at SS for Franklin or Harris I don't see SS as a priority pick up myself. I'd prefer an OF or 3B-1B bat(s) like Youklis, not that he would come to Seattle unless we spent clown cash.
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