According to The New York Daily News:
Tom Glavine’s agent has indicated the 303-game winner has resolved to pitch in ’08. Signs have pointed to Atlanta as Glavine’s most likely landing spot.
According to Braves GM David Wren, as quoted in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
“We think adding Tommy would clearly make our rotation better,” general manager Frank Wren said by phone from baseball’s GM meetings in Orlando.
In addition, Glavine and Livan Hernandez supposedly have interest in joining the Washington Nationals. (WHY???) Unfortunately for the Nats, they can only afford to sign one of them. Apparently they don’t expect much revenue to be flowing from that brand new ballpark.
So it appears that Mr. Tom-Tom’s days in NYC are all but over. I think the Mets can spend that $13M much more wisely elsewhere.