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Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd says outfielder Michael Cuddyer is a perfect fit in Colorado.
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MINNEAPOLIS Michael Cuddyer spent his entire 11-year big league career with the Minnesota Twins. But as he entered free agency this offseason, a tough decision had to be made.Instead of staying with the team that drafted him ninth overall in 1997, Cuddyer opted to sign with the Colorado Rockies. But as he leaves behind the only major league team he knows, Cuddyer said he does so...
The Colorado Rockies have come to terms with the highly touted and well known outfielder Michael Cuddyer.
The deal is estimated at 3 years for $30 million.
Cuddyer is coming off a season where he hit a solid .284 with 20 homeruns as well as driving in 70 runs, a very good season to say the least. He is 32, bringing a veteran presence to a team in dire need of a strong leader after...
The Rockies introduced newly acquired outfielder Michael Cuddyer at a press conference in Denver on Tuesday afternoon, with the hopes he can help propel the club back into the chase for the title in the competitive National League West.
DENVER (AP) -- Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd says outfielder Michael Cuddyer is a perfect fit in Colorado.
The Rockies unwrapped an early Christmas present Tuesday, presenting free-agent acquisition Michael Cuddyer as the ultimate teammate and a man of 24-karat character.
The Colorado Rockies agreed to a three-year contract with free agent outfielder Michael Cuddyer on Tuesday.
Michael Cuddyer spoke with local Minnesota reporters in a conference call Tuesday night, conveying that the decision to leave the Twins for the Rockies wasn't an easy one.
On Monday, we talked with managing editor Dave Cameron about the Yu Darvish posting and the signings of Jason Kubel and Michael Cuddyer with the Diamondbacks and Rockies, respectively. This episode is like having that same conversation with your drunk uncle.
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Tuesday the Rockies held a press conference to announce the Michael Cuddyer signing and the club added that terms have been agreed upon with veteran third basemen Casey Blake for a one year deal. Over the last three and a half years with the Dodgers Blake has a .260/.338/.431 batting line and 107 adjusted-OPS (OPS+). The deal guarantees Blake $2 million with another $1 million in incentives.