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Berkman and his contract




Lance Berkman is prepared to move on if the Astros decline his $15 million club option for 2011.

"If they don’t pick up my option, then to me that says they may like me to come back at a discount but they don’t really want me," said Berkman. "If that’s the case, then I’ll just see what else it’s out there." The 34-year-old first baseman hasn't ruled out retirement, but said he would most likely continue player. He batted .274/.399/.509 with 25 homers and 80 RBI last season, and while those are fine numbers, they are a long way from the Berkman we've come to know. He would need a monster season for the Astros to even consider it. Source: Houston Chronicle

 

From rotoworld.com

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