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The San Francisco Giants are hoping 2011 was the beginning of great things for veteran pitcher Ryan Vogelsong. After posting mediocre numbers that led to a three-year stint in Japan, the 34-year-old returned to the United States with a vengeance this past season, posting a 2.71 ERA in 179.2 innin...
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The Giants have reached a deal with Pitcher Ryan Vogelsong on a two year deal with a club option as first reported by Mychael Urban.
I will hold off on deciding if it is a good or bad deal until the final numbers come out but I have seen tweets that it was in the $8 million range guaranteed which doesn't seem too bad.
More to follow as things develop. Probably a full...
The Giants have signed Ryan Vogelsong to a two-year deal with an option for 2014, according to their official Twitter account. This confirms what was initially reported by Mychael Urban. No terms are available yet, and until then, I can’t say with assurance whether or not I like the move.
Even though he didn't win the Comeback Player of the Year Award, Ryan Vogelsong was, by many measures, the most impressive storyline in the 2011 MLB season.
He was rewarded for his late-blooming breakout on Wednesday, as the Giants signed Vogelsong to a two-year contract worth $8.3 million.
"It's good to know where I'm going to be for two years," Vogelsong...
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Addressing both of their daunting to-do lists Wednesday, the Giants agreed to terms with right-hander Ryan Vogelsong on a two-year contract with a club option for 2014.
Ryan Vogelsong and the San Francisco Giants have agreed to a two-year contract worth approximately $8.3 million after he became one of the team's most reliable starters and an unlikely All-Star last season.
The Giants signed Ryan Vogelsong to a two-year contract:
The Giants’ pitcher, who made a storybook comeback in 2011 and went 13-7 with a 2.71 ERA, has the first multiyear contract of his career: two years and $8.3 million. The deal includes a club option for 2014.
“Nice. It’s good to know where I’m going to be for two years,” Vogelsong said in a phone interview Wednesday...
Ryan Vogelsong finally has some security. The Giants ' pitcher, who made a storybook comeback in 2011 and went 13-7 with a 2.71 ERA, has the first multiyear contract of his career: two years and approximately $8.3...