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January 27, 2009 1:52 PM

Perez's price tumbles

When the free agent bidding began, Oliver Perez told the Mets that he wanted $70 million over five years to sign on the dotted line. But, with players' values dropping faster than my 401K's balance, Perez is now fielding offers in the range of $30 million over three years.

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