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November 11, 1987

More than one-third of the major league teams have little or no interest in signing free agents from other clubs, according to an Associated Press survey of general managers and other club officials.

Those clubs that did express interest said they would proceed slowly and did not attempt to contact agents for the premier free agents Tuesday, the first day contracts could be discussed.

Seventy-six players became free agents in the 15 days after the World Series and can, in theory, sign with any club. But in the last two seasons no team has made offers unless a player's previous club has said it was not interested in re-signing him.

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