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Topic - Jordan Walden
David Wright agreed to the richest contract in Mets history, Tommy Hanson was traded to the Angels and Brian Wilson became a free agent on a busy day in baseball when dozens of players were dumped by their teams.
The Braves traded Tommy Hanson to the Los Angeles Angels for former closer Jordan Walden on Friday, clearing a spot in the Atlanta rotation for Julio Teheran, Randal Delgado or another young starter.
David Wright agreed to the richest contract in Mets history Friday and Tommy Hanson was traded to the Angels on a busy day in baseball when dozens of players were dumped by their teams.
The Boston Red Sox lost yet again, with A.J. Burnett making his most impressive start in nearly three months and Jorge Posada hitting a two-run homer that led the New York Yankees to a 6-2 victory in the opener of Sunday's day-night doubleheader.
Los Angeles Angels rookie closer Jordan Walden will replace ailing Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees at the All-Star game.
He became expendable when the Angels agreed this week to a $3.5 million, one-year contract with reliever Ryan Madson.
He became superfluous when the Angels agreed this week to a $3.5 million, one-year contract with Ryan Madson.