Friday, December 30, 2011


So being a diligent front office of the highest magnitude, MYSTERY TEAM stumbled across the rumblings of MASN Sport's Roch Kubatko. Of interest he noted the Orioles don't feel like being used for leverage to basically up the price for Prince for the Nationals.

Now let me say this, if anyone is going to be used by the media or Scott Boras to drive prices up on players, it's going to be us. Random, speculation driven interest is the biggest market MYSTERY TEAM plays in. That is our bread and butter.

So well kudos to the O's for possibly not wanting to be a part of price hiking tactics, but shame on them for playing our part. That's what we are here for and trust me, we will continue to be the basis of all agent tom-foolery and sports media speculation.

- Mystery Front Office

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Happy Holidays

We here at MYSTERY TEAM wanted to wish a Happy Hanukkah to those of our fans who may or may not be Jewish and a Merry Christmas to those of our fans who may or may not be Christian.

As 2012 creeps around the corner, we wish you a healthy and a happy New Year. We here at MYSTERY TEAM will continue to work diligently in being a part of rampant, baseless speculation for years to come.

Now if you don't mind, we are on our way to grab some Chinese food. Take care and always be a fan.

-Mystery Front Office

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Gio Gonzalez

The Oakland A's organization did a top notch job today in the acquisition of four top prospects out of the Washington Nationals organization. They have acquired right-hander AJ Cole, lefty Tom Milone, catcher Derek Norris, and another right-hander in Brad Peacock.

We just wanted to inform our fans that we actually offered the A's several Players to Be Named Later. While we think this offer was strong, it was not enough to land the young lefty. We realize after the Chicago White Sox also wrapped an extension with their prized young left-hander John Danks that the trade market for strong, young starters is weakening.

The front office here at MYSTERY TEAM would like everyone to know that we have revealed to several sources that we may possibly be in contention for the Braves righty Jair Jurrjens. So it is our hope that you see across the twitters and rumor mills that MYSTERY TEAM's pursuits remain strong and we will continue to be a force in all trades and plausible free-agent signings this winter.

-Mystery Front Office

Albert Pujols

Those of us here at MYSTERY TEAM wanted to apologize to our rabid fan-base. We realize that we were not overly timely in reaching out to our fans since the events of Albert Pujols signing with the Anaheim Angels of Los Angeles of California of the Western United States.

Several media outlets and reporters had us listed as a favorite for Albert, as they do for pretty much any big named free agent. The only solace we can offer is you may keep expecting MYSTERY TEAM being associated with almost all other remaining free agents. Prince Fielder is still available and still a potential pick-up for MYSTERY TEAM.

From all of us here at MYSTERY TEAM, we want to wish you the happiest and healthiest of holidays. Stay tuned to your favorite mediums for baseball news and always be a fan.

-Mystery Front Office