Rowand could be odd man out
If the lobby buzz at the Hyatt Grand Champions resort means anything, it's that trade talk will be abundant this winter. The conventional wisdom -- that teams will explore other options before spending money on a substandard free-agent crop -- appears to be right on the mark.
"It's going to be a slow-developing winter,'' said an executive at the GM meetings, "and there are going to be a lot of trades. It could be a fun offseason.''
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