News: Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Javier Vazquez filed a formal trade demand, giving the team until March 15 to deal him.
Vazquez had the right to file the demand during the 15 days after the World Series because he was a veteran player traded during a multiyear contract. His agent, Sam Levinson, said Friday that the demand was submitted.
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If the Diamondbacks don't deal Vazquez by March 15 and he doesn't withdraw the trade demand, he would become a free agent. However, he also would give up the final $24 million he is owed from the $45 million, four-year contract he agreed to with the New York Yankees in January 2004. That deal calls for salaries of $11.5 million in 2006 and $12.5 million in 2007.
Vazquez was dealt to the Yankees by Montreal after the 2003 season and was an All-Star in his first season with New York, going 14-9 with a 4.75 ERA. But he won just one of his last nine regular-season starts and was traded to Arizona last January as part of the deal that sent Randy Johnson to the Yankees.
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