New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 7, 1987, Page 10

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October 07, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 1988 could be year of free agents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lf baseball owners want to get back into the free agent business again, they couldn't pick a better time than this winter Dale Murphy. Jesse Barfield. Mike Schmidt, Paul Molitor, Jack Clark, Cal Ripken and pitchers Jack Morris and Dave Righetti are among 97 major leaguers eligible for free agency Another 21 including Tim Wallach. Hubie Brooks. Nolan Ryan. Bert Blyleven, Jeff Reardon and Bob Ojeda could become free if their clubs do not exercise their options for 1988 Only two top players Lance Par rish to Philadelphia and Andre Dawson to the Chicago Cubs — changed teams in the last two years following the rapid player movement of the early 1980s But players are waiting to see if op portunities will reopen as the result of an arbitrator's ruling last month Scoreboard that owners had conspired to limit free agency in 19&5. "I would hope very much that clubs do in fact re-enter the free agent market.” players union head Donald Fehr said “We will find out very soon when we see how clubs approach the negotiations to retain their own free agents ” Other free agents include Mike Witt and Greg Minton of the California Angels. Brett Butler of the Cleveland Indians. Charlie Leibrandt of the Kansas City Royals. Gary Gaetti of the Minnesota Twins. Dave Smith of the Houston Astros and Chili Davis of the San Francisco Giants Many players say they haven t con sidered their course of action during the offseason because free agents have been ignored by other teams the last two winters ‘i'm not sure how much of a market there is out there anymore ” said Murphy, who hit 44 homers this vear ‘J haven’t given it much thought,” Ripken said ‘iii have to sit down and do that I told my agent to do w hat you have to do ” • All I can do is wait,” Butler said “They have not offered me a contract. and that may be forcing me to go ahead with free agency. I ve never talked about leaving Cleveland before I ve signed six one-year con tracts in my career and at one point a player looks for security ” At least six clubs already have said that they are not interested in signing major free agents — Boston. Kansas City Minnesota, the New York Mets Pittsbugh and Texas George Stembrenner of the Yankees and Ted Turner of the Braves, formerly big forces in the market, have remained silent on their intentions Commissioner Peter leberroth last week directed clubs to comply w ith arbitrator Thomas Roberts' collusion ruling SportsworldHerzeg talks TV with Jacksonville HOUSTON (API With talks stalled over a new Houston Oilers lease for the Astrodome, team representatives are weighing proposals put forward by Jacksonville. Fla . officials Bill Hightower, leader of Jacksonville’s National Football league task force, said Tuesday he and Oilers General Manager Ladd Herzeg discussed television revenue bids Herzeg declined comment, but over the weekend, he disclosed he planned to reject Jacksonville's proposed preseason television revenue package According to Hightower, the bids offered by the city were about $200,000 less than the $500,000 the Oilers had wanted “The TY is below their expectations, but it certainly is not a deal-stopper.” Hightower said The Jacksonville task force has guaranteed the Oil* *-s $115 million in revenues over a 10-year period The* have set an Oct 15 deadline for concluding talks a / where to relocate next year after their lease for use o' ‘ he Houston Astrodome expires after this seasonCowboys hope to fill Texas Stadium IRVING AP — Dallas Cowboys officials are n* timistic they will fill Texas Stadium when the non-u players hit the field Sunday reporting that about ticket-holders opted for refunds That number is a small percentage of the 53 50* * hold tickets for the Cowboys match agains? * Philadelphia Eagles, the clubs first home game sin* * strike beganCanyon Continued from Page 10A “We've played very good volleyball lately What we have to do now is just keep it up to keep on cruising " she said Canyon's junior varsity and frehmen teams both won in three games Tuesday night The Cougarettes will host Smithson Valley on Friday The freshmen match will be played at 4 p m with the varisty match being played ~ mediately afterw ard The junior var sit v match will conclude the series On the air WE ONE SDAY 2pm Baseball National league Championship series Came 2 San Fran civ o at st I ahiis KM* )L 7pm Baseball American League Championship series. 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