Marlins meet again with Pujols agent
DALLAS — Marlins officials continued their pursuit of Albert Pujols on Tuesday as they met for the second straight day with the slugger’s agent, Dan Lozano.
Team executives entered a meeting around noon CT with Lozano.
“We will definitely have stuff for you this afternoon,” Marlins president David Samson told reporters on Tuesday. “We will know more when we are back.”
The Marlins have increased their offer to 10 years. The dollar amount is believed to be more than $200 million for the All-Star first baseman.
For weeks the Marlins have been in discussions with Pujols’ agent, and the team would like to bring some closure to the process.
— Joe Frisaro