There's an article by a blog called Cafe Fuerte (article is in Spanish) that claims to have detailed information on the meeting with Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. Here is a quick translation...
The Cuban ballplayer has returned to the Dominican Republic with a $40M offer from the Marlins and has no immediate plans to meet with any other teams.
"Everything was very positive and he's leaving with an offer was in the $40M range", according to a source close to Cafe Fuerte. The offer is said to be for 6 years.
He took a tour of the Marlins stadium that was built in Little Havana and said he'd like to hit there.
He's expecting that he will be approved to visit other teams that are interested in his services for the upcoming season.
His agent Adam Katz confirmed to ESPN Deportes that it was a good meeting but that there is nothing planned at this time. Katz said,
"We had a good meeting. The Marlins made an impressive presentation. The talks were productive, but there are also other teams."
No timetable was set as to when Cespedes would meet with other teams. Other teams said to be interested are the Detroit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, the Cubs and White Sox, both from Chicago.
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