Mariners, Angels add $1M apiece from Twins to pursue Shohei Ohtani

Mariners, Angels add $1M apiece from Twins to pursue Shohei Ohtani
The Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels, in pursuit of Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani, each acquired $1 million in international bonus allocations from the Minnesota Twins?on Wednesday. In separate deals, the Mariners sent catcher David Banuelos to the Twins and the Angels sent outfielder Jacob Pearson to complete the transactions. Teams interested in signing Ohtani are limited to the amount they have available in their international bonus pools. The Twins had $3.2 million in their international pool, but Ohtani narrowed the list of teams he was considering to seven finalists, and the Twins were not on the list. Ohtani is listening to offers from the Mariners, who met with Ohtani on Tuesday, and the Angels, who met with him Monday, as well as the Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres. The window for Ohtani to negotiate with big league clubs... 
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