Around the Majors: Redsox make offer to Martinezby Lee Sinins
November 07, 2004
1) The Redsox have made an offer to Pedro Martinez, who will be a free agent. According to the Boston Globe, it's 2 years, $25.5 million, according to the Boston Herald, it's 2 years, $27.5 million, with both papers reporting an option for 2007.
2) According to NY Daily News, Mets owner Fred Wilpon says P John Franco, who will be a free agent, won't be back with the team. Franco will try to find another team, but could also retire and could join the Mets coaching staff or front office.
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