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Cardinals find their left-handed reliever in Randy Choate
St. Louis was initially targeting Sean Burnett as a left-handed bullpen addition, but after finding his price tag too high the Cardinals have moved on to Randy Choate. Jayson
Burnett leaves Nats for Angels
Sean Burnett , a mainstay in the Nationals' bullpen for 3 1/2 seasons, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Angels.
LHP Sean Burnett , Angels agree to 2-year deal
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Left-hander Sean Burnett and the Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a two-year contract, a deal pending a physical. Burnett , who turned 30 in September, was 1-2 with a 2.38
Nationals unlikely to re-sign reliever Sean Burnett
Sean Burnett has gotten so much interest from other teams that he’s probably priced out of the Nationals’ budget to re-sign. Burnett has been linked to no fewer than a half-dozen other teams as a free agent
Nats don't expect Burnett to return
The Nationals are resigned to the fact they aren't likely to re-sign Sean Burnett .
Angels still pursuing bullpen help, interested in Sean Burnett and Mike Adams
Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto continues to search for bullpen help after missing out on Japanese reliever Kyuji Fujikawa. Fujikawa chose the Cubs, perhaps in part because he wanted a chance to be a closer and the Angels had just signed Ryan Madson to more or less fill that role. Alden ...
Cardinals interested in free agent lefty Sean Burnett
According to MLB.com Nationals beat writer Bill Ladson, the Cards have expressed interest recently in free agent southpaw Sean Burnett , who posted 2.38 ERA in 56 2/3 innings this past summer for...
Beltway Baseball: A big offseason for the Nats
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How much is Burnett worth to Nats?
Now a free agent, Sean Burnett might command a three-year deal on the open market. The Nationals, though, really can't afford to lose their top left-handed reliever.
Adam LaRoche, Sean Burnett decline options with Nationals
First baseman Adam LaRoche and reliever Sean Burnett are officially free agents after both players declined ..... the Nationals. LaRoche turned down $10 million and Burnett turned down $3.5 million after the team previously