Glen Perkins, waiting for his home made venison jerky to finish...
Eventually the Angels and Marlins will get tired of flashing money they may or may not have, and a free agent will sign with someone else. But this is fun: the Marlins may have actually outbid the Angels for Pujols. Maybe.
Susan Slusser (via Twitter) believes that, along with the Indians and Rockies, the Twins are one of the more likely landing spots for the slugging right-handed outfielder. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise as we've been talking about this for weeks, not to mention Willingham's market is very similar to Michael Cuddyer's market. Both players figure to make about the same amount of money, Willingham hits both right and left-handed pitchers, while Cuddyer smashes southpaws and can play a couple of different positions. He also has the local love of the Minnesota market.
He sent Cuddyer some home made venison jerky. He's doing his part.