According to a report on ESPN Radio during the Dan Patrick Show, the Houston Astros have agreed to terms with Carlos Lee on a 6-year, $100 million dollar contract. The Cub killer will be patrolling left field for the Astros for a long time.
The deal includes a 4-year no trade clause and a limited no trade clause for the last two years of the contract.
Updated – 7:18pm C.T. – The Astros agree to terms with Woody Williams to a 2-year, $12.5 million dollar contract. Here is the report from ESPN.com.
Will update when more information becomes available….
Update - The Astros had a busy Friday. Not only did the Astros sign Carlos Lee they also came to terms with free agent pitcher Woody Williams. The deal is worth $12.5 million dollars and has a club option for a third year worth $6.5 million dollars.