Reds after Cordero
Don't know if this will soothe EdAbbs and others but....
Reds reportedly in on Cordero
Ken Rosenthal of foxsports.com reports that the Reds are one of three clubs in the running for free agent closer Francisco Cordero.
Cordero saved 44 games last year for Milwaukee and had a 2.98 ERA.
I've got a call into Wayne Krivsky. I doubt that he'll comment. But talking to other people with the Reds at the start of free agency, I got an inkling that Cordero was on their list. It makes sense. The club knows it has to upgrade pitching. Cordero would be an instant fix for the bullpen -- at lesser rate than a No. 3 starter. It will cost the Reds if they sign him. Rosenthal, citing sources, says Milwaukee offered Cordero $42 million for four years.
Copied off of John Fay's blog.
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