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Gagne declines arbitration

Free agent Eric Gagne declined arbitration from the Red Sox on Friday and today looks as if he may have a deal in place with the Brewers. Tim Brown, at Yahoo! Sports was told that Gagne and the Brewers are close to a 1 year deal.

Gagne came to the Red Sox just before the trade deadline and pitched in 20 games during the regular season. His stats were as follows: 2-2 with a 6.75 ERA. He went 0-3 in save opportunities and opponents batted .393 against him.

Analysis: Thank you Milwaukee!



One comment for “Gagne declines arbitration”

  1. Gagne is still a good reliever. He had a tough ride here but you can’t forget he had a 2.26 ERA in Texas over 33.1 innings. And has a career as being one of the best closers ever. The Red Sox offered him arbitration because they knew he would get a better offer elsewhere.

    Good luck to him.

    Posted by Dan | December 9, 2007, 2:07 pm

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