Greg Holland RUMORS & NEWS

  • Royals not ruling out signing Greg Holland?

    ESPN "Kansas City Royals GM Dayton Moore said he's open to adding talent to the bullpen after trading Wade Davis. Former Royals closer Greg Holland, currently a free agent, fits that mold. A two-time All-Star, Holland, 31, did not pitch in the majors in 2016 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Davis..." December 08

  • Red Sox among 'most aggressive' suitors for Holland

    WEEI Boston "The Red Sox recognize Greg Holland might be a really good fit. But they also have come to understand there are other teams that feel the same way. According to a major league source, the Red Sox are among the most aggressive suitors for the free agent relievers. There are, however, “several..." November 14

  • Former Royal Greg Holland is OK with not closing games, agent Scott Boras says

    Kansas City Star "As he enters free agency for the second straight year, former Royal Greg Holland would be comfortable signing with a team that already has an entrenched closer, his agent Scott Boras said on Wednesday. “Whatever role they have,” Boras said, speaking to reporters at the GM meetings at the Omni..." November 10

  • Greg Holland will hold a showcase on Monday for interested teams

    WEEI Boston "It makes some sense. With bullpens evolving like they are – as was evidenced by the Indians’ regular season and postseason use of Andrew Miller – the notion of the Red Sox at least kicking the tires on Greg Holland is understandable. And that’s exactly what Dave Dombrowski and Co. will be..." November 05

  • Greg Holland Set For Showcase Within The Next Week

    MLB Trade Rumors "Former Royals closer Greg Holland, who missed the 2016 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery that he underwent last October, has thrown off a mound three to four times and is set to host a showcase for interested teams within the next week, agent Scott Boras tells Joel Sherman of the New..." November 01

  • As Royals look to upgrade bullpen, former closer Greg Holland remains on the market

    Kansas City Star "In the final days of September, before the Royals’ offseason had even begun, general manager Dayton Moore leaned up against a dugout rail in Cleveland and identified a top priority for the winter. The bullpen, Moore said, looking out toward the infield at Progressive Field, needed to be..." October 24