But as I was saying, no one to-day is a free agent
I only wished to see that the boy had come to no harm and was a free agent
It appears that most of baseball's best free agents
this offseason won't be among those heading to Florida or Arizona.
Needs: Chiefs must shore up OL with franchise LT Albert likely to walk in free agency and RGs Asamoah and Schwartz also free agents
is offering an iPhone to the first 10 people to become Free Agents
with Free Agent
Source in December.
Of the 34 free agents
in Major League Baseball that were offered salary arbitration this year, just two players, Texas Rangers RHP Frank Francisco (http://www.
The only other unrestricted free agents
this off-season are Adam Burish, Kim Johnsson and Nick Boynton.
The Associated Press reported this week that 212 players would lose their status as unrestricted free agents
if the twister hits.
The Dodgers offered arbitration to infielder Julio Lugo just before Friday night's deadline -- a deadline that is much less significant under baseball's new labor agreement -- but declined to offer it to any of their sixother remaining free agents
Conventional wisdom would say they do perform better in the year before they become free agents
, at least according to the stereotype of the greedy player, who will put out extra effort only when he will be rewarded financially.
He gushes that millionaires come out of the ranks of undereducated free agents
, but I've met a number of them, and sorry, they are, to a person, boors.
Daniel Pink, author of the upcoming book Free Agent
Nation: How America's New Independent Workers Are Transforming the Way We Lire, is an expert on the subject of independent professionals, and defines free agents
as highly skilled workers who prefer working independently on projects for a variety of clients.
LOS ANGELES -- As with many new web applications, the Free Agents
Jobs website, www.
But that said, I still don't have a feel because it's not the right time of the offseason to know exactly what the dynamics are going to be for other free agents
as far as cost goes.
today, more than 30 million workers--nearly one-fourth of the American workforce--are free agents