Found February 08, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
Jeff Suppan spent 16 seasons in the major leagues, pitching for the Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Pittsburgh Pirates. He had a record of 138-143, an ERA of 4.69, and 1,383 strikeouts. In 2006 Suppan won the World Series with the Cardinals and was named [...]

Padres Will Sign Jeff Suppan to Minor League Contract

The San Diego Padres will sign veteran right hander Jeff Suppan to a minor league contract and invite him out to Spring Training. He will add some depth to the pitching staff in the Spring and log in some good innings. Suppan will be entering his 17th season in the league and he made his major league debut in 1995 with the Boston Red Sox.   He has a career 138-143 record with...

Moore, Royals look to lock up Gordon

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Yes, the Royals are interested in locking up Alex Gordon, their player of the year in 2011, to a long-term deal. It just may not happen as quickly as some fans might hope. Royals general manager Dayton Moore said by phone Tuesday that the Royals' first priority likely will be to get Gordon signed to a one-year deal before his arbitration date of Feb. 16...

Royals, Alex Gordon agree at $4,775,000

The Royals and outfielder Alex Gordon avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract worth $4,775,000. Gordon could earn a $25,000 bonus for getting 700 plate appearances, 12 more than his career high set last year. An arbitration hearing was scheduled for next week. Gordon filed a request for $5.45 million, while the team countered with $4.15 million. He made $1.5 million...

Padres take a flyer on Jeff Suppan

The San Diego Padres on Wednesday signed veteran hurler Jeff Suppan to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.

All They Need Is A Chance

Recently, the Kansas City Royals extended Major League Spring Training invitations to eight pitchers, three catchers, three infielders and three outfielders. Seventeen young men who dream of making their Major League debuts, or hope to make it back to the Big Show. This year, the Royals have the majority of their 25-man roster set. However, a few openings remain and injuries or poor...

Player Profile #67: Alex Gordon | OF | KC

The Kansas City Royals are a team on the rise, and the emergence of Alex Gordon is a big part of that. The Royals won’t be going anywhere for a few years given the state of their starting rotation (Luke Hochevar is their ace), but their lineup is already one of the 10 best in baseball. Gordon will lose third base eligibility, which will hurt his fantasy value, but if he can hit...

George Brett sued for "defective" necklaces and bracelets

Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett and Brett Bros. Sports International Inc. are being sued for falsely advertising that their bracelets and necklaces as being able to help improve health and sports performance.The company claims that their necklaces help relieve pain in customers' shoulders, neck and upper back as well as recover from sports fatigue...

Gordon, Royals avoid arbitration, agree to deal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Royals and outfielder Alex Gordon avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract worth $4,775,000.

Royals, Gordon agree at $4,775,000

The Royals and outfielder Alex Gordon avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract worth $4,775,000.

Royals, Gordon agree to one-year deal

The Royals and outfielder Alex Gordon have agreed to a one-year, $4.775 million deal.

Royals agree to deal with Dominican prospect

The Royals have agreed to contract terms with pitcher Branly Crisotomo, a right-hander from the Dominican Prospect League.

Royals' bumper crop of talent ready to ripen

For a few weeks last summer, the Kansas City Royals could see a future that was bright, clear and exciting. These Royals were young, talented and filled with enthusiasm -- and it wasn't just that they finished 33-33, or that attendance at Kauffman Stadium increased by 39 percent in the final weeks. It's a situation they hope carries over into 2012.

Daily Friar 2.8.12

It's a great day to be a Padres fan. We are receiving national attention about our team. Now I know what you are all thinking, "How is this possible?" Apparently the people at ESPN have come to their senses and realized that there are teams west of the Mississippi other than the Dodgers and Giants. It's amazing, I know. You can see what I'm talking about in...
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