Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times
Outfielder Manny Ramirez, sometimes a controversial figure, is going to lay low this off-season until first baseman Mark Teixeira sets the high end of the free-agent market for position players. The Angels have said they have no interest in bidding for Ramirez, who is one of the game's greatest sluggers. This right-handed left fielder brings the baggage of lackadaisical play and feuding with authority figures. And at 36, teams are leery of his demand for a long-term contract. Then again, he had 37 home runs and 121 RBIs for the Red Sox and Dodgers last season and has 527 homers and 1,725 RBIs in his 16-year career, during which he has hit .314.
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