BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Orioles have withdrawn their multimillion-dollar offer to free-agent first baseman Chris Davis.
Executive vice president Dan Duquette said Saturday that the team still wants the slugger. But he added: ''I'm not exactly sure where that's going to end up.''
He said: ''At some point, we're going to have to look at some other options. I can tell you this: We're going to have a good ballclub either way.''
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The Orioles' offer was reported to be for $150 million over seven years.
Davis hit 47 homers and drove in 117 runs for the Orioles last season. According to Duquette, the team was ''aggressive'' in its pursuit of Davis over recent weeks.
Now, Duquette says, ''There's no offer on the table.''
But he would not dismiss the possibility of securing Davis, who's averaged 40 home runs over the past four years.