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Onetime Mariners reliever George Sherrill is on the verge of reuniting with the club nearly four years after going to Baltimore in the Erik...
That Mariners have agreed to sign George Sherrill, reports Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com (on Twitter).
As first reported by Jason Churchill this afternoon, the Mariners have come to terms with George Sherrill on a one year deal, apparently worth just over $1 million with some incentives that could push the total a bit higher.
The M’s have talked about adding a veteran to the bullpen all winter, and the team was also a bit low on left-handers, so Sherrill checks two boxes on the...
The Mariners' search for a veteran left-handed reliever apparently has landed on a familiar name, as free agent George Sherrill reportedly agreed to terms with the club on Saturday night.
After throwing 231 innings and compiling a 3.31 ERA in the independent league ranks between 1999 and 2003, the Seattle Mariners took a chance on left-hander George Sherrill and signed him to a minor-league deal. He promptly broke into the big leagues a year later and served as a core piece of the Mariners’ bullpen for four years before being shipped to Baltimore prior to the 2008...
The Mariners are close to signing left-hander George Sherrill to a one-year deal, reports Geoff Baker of The Seattle Times. Jason Churchill of Prospect Insider first reported that the two sides were close to a deal (on Twitter), saying it's worth $1.1MM plus incentives. The contract is pending a physical, and an announcement could come early next week.
The Mariners should be bringing relief pitcher George Sherrill back into the fold nearly four years after he was traded to the Baltimore Orioles in the Erik Bedard swap.
A source confirmed today that the two sides made " a lot of progress last night" towards a one-year, incentive-laden package that could be announced early next week after a routine physical. As of today...
Members of the Braves organization, including Tommy Hanson and Terry Pendleton, spent time on Saturday with approximately 40 military families at Midtown Bowl to enjoy a holiday celebration.
The Orioles have agreed to minor league deals with right-handed pitcher Jon Link and outfielders Antoan Richardson and Lee Cruz.