At the winter meetings in Dallas last year, the agent had this to say of the financially troubled Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets: “Normally, they’re in the steaks section, and I found them in the fruits-and-nuts category a lot.”
Since then, the Dodgers have been sold for $2 billion. The Mets owners have agreed to pay up to $162 million — and likely much less — in a deal with the trustee for Bernard Madoff’s fraud victims.
So on Wednesday at the general managers’ meeting, Boras said his view of the Dodgers had changed.
Source: Associated PressHamilton, Greinke Lead Weak Free-Agent Class by Sports Talk Florida