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Four free agents from Japan seeking move to MLB

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So are they going to be like Iwakumi and ask for the highest contract salary of all time despite a not great performance?

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The same Iwakuma who signed for 1m$ with the Mariners. Your bashing never gets old (wait it gets).

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smithinjapanNov. 15, 2012 - 06:29PM JST So are they going to be like Iwakumi and ask for the highest contract salary of all time despite a not great performance?

What are you talking about? Iwakuma had good second half in 2012. He ended up with 9-5 record and respectable 3.16 ERA. Iwakuma has great stuff. No wonder Mariners signed him for 2 years contract at $14 million ($7 million a year).

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