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Jeff Suppan is the sixth starter.
Year Age Tm Lg ERA GS IP ERA+ WHIP BB/9 SO/9 SO/BB
2008 33 MIL NL 4.96 31 177.2 85 1.542 3.4 4.6 1.34
2009 34 MIL NL 5.29 30 161.2 78 1.695 4.1 4.5 1.08
2010 35 TOT NL 5.06 15 101.1 78 1.648 3.3 4.5 1.38...
Today, the Giants signed Jeff Suppan to a minor league deal with an invite to Spring Training. My first thought was this: oh, the Giants must need a new batting practice pitcher! I guess not. He’ll be paid $1 million if he ever finds his way onto the Giants. And if he doesn’t make the roster coming out of camp in March, he can opt out. Presumably, this means the 40-man roster...
The Giants found their rotation insurance, agreeing Thursday to a minor-league contract with 36-year-old right-hander Jeff Suppan, who was invited to spring training to compete for a job. Suppan once was a reliable...
24 Days of Magic's new site is up! Go check them out..Eric Surkamp interview coming soon.
The Hardball Times posted their top ten prospects list for the Giants and Dodgers. I was pleasantly surprised to see Zach Wheeler at number one.
Tommy Lasorda on the 2010 World Champions: "Who was that? I didn't hear that. What was that? Well it took them 50 years. It may take...
The Giants are close to signing Jeff Suppan to a minor league contract with an invitation to Spring Training, according to Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News (on Twitter).
Jeff Suppan has signed with the Giants to try to make the 25-man roster (report by Schulman). If he makes the roster, he gets $1M contract and probably some incentives based on IP. He also can opt to leave the team should he not make the MLB team out of spring training.He is the Giant's leading 6th starter alternative now, and, assuming he passes the audience, if you read...
The San Francisco Giants have signed right-hand pitcher Jeff Suppan to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training, the team announced Thursday.
The Giants appeared poised to acquire some necessary pitching depth as they closed in on a deal Thursday with free-agent right-hander Jeff Suppan.
The Giants are close to signing Jeff Suppan to a minor league deal.
All but two players are retained from World Series championship club, and veteran pitcher Jeff Suppan has been added.
The Giants have about finished their off-season work by getting almost all of their players signed to avoid arbitration. They are still working on signing Andres Torres but all indications are that the deal will be done before the arbitration case.
The Giants recently agreed to a deal with lefty reliever Javier Lopez on a one-year contract. The financial aspects of the Javier...
All of the Giants links fit to print.
PaapFly: "Jeff Suppan is no Joe Posnanski" I wonder how he feels about this pickup. Actually I don't because this line sums things up nicely.
Imagine for a second you were collecting baseball writers. You already have Joe Posnanski, Bill James, Rob Neyer, Joe Sheehan and Jayson Stark. But you want a little just-in-case insurance...