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The Blue Jays have claimed right-handed reliever Cole Kimball on waivers from the Washington Nationals. The 26 year-old made his major league debut with Washington this season but tore the labrum of his shoulder in July.Cole Kimball posted an ERA of 1.93 and a WHIP of 1.357 in 14 innings with the Nationals in 2011.
Cole Kimball was drafted by Washington in the 12th round of the 2006 amateur draft out of Centenary College in New Jersey. The 6-foot-3, 225 pound Brooklyn native made his pro debut later that year with Vermont. He had trouble throwing strikes with a strikeout-walk total of 28-24 in 34 innings as he went 1-4 with a 5.82 earned run average. After getting a handful of starts in 2006, the Nationals made Kimball a full-time starter in 2007 with Vermont. He finished that season at 3-6 with a 4.20 earned and he increased his strikeout rate to 10.1 every nine innings. On the negative side, he walked 6.4 batters per nine. He spent 2008 in Hagerstown that saw him struggle w...
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The Blue Jays claimed right-hander Cole Kimball off waivers from Washington on Wednesday afternoon.
Eight suspects were formally charged in the kidnapping of Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos in Venezuela.
Six men were charged with directly participating in last week's kidnapping while a 74-year-old man and 59-year-old woman were listed as accomplices by Venezuelan authorities.
In a statement, prosecutors said charges included kidnapping, illegal possession of firearms...
Venezuelan authorities have formally charged eight suspects in the kidnapping of Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos.
It’s been a week since Wilson Ramos was kidnapped and rescued, in what was one of the most shocking baseball stories in a long time. In a certain sense, the Wilson Ramos kidnapping was not an isolated incident: just in the past five years in Venezuela, kidnappers have abducted Yorvit Torrealba’s son, Henry Blanco’s brother, Victor Zambrano’s cousin and mother, and Ugueth...
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- Venezuelan authorities have formally charged eight suspects in the kidnapping of Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos.
Former major league catcher Randy Knorr is being promoted from minor league manager to major league bench coach by the Washington Nationals. Knorr replaces Pat Corrales, who became Washington's bench coach when Davey Johnson took over as manager after Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned during last season.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former major league catcher Randy Knorr is being promoted from minor league manager to major league bench coach by the Washington Nationals.
"There currently are no active discussions regarding a contract extension for Ryan [Zimmerman]," agent Brodie Van Wagenen told Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post. Kilgore explains that while the sides have had informal dialogue, no specifics or proposals have been exchanged. Meanwhile Nationals GM Mike Rizzo told Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports, "...
The Blue Jays lost catcher Brian Jeroloman and right-hander Cole Kimball on waivers Friday afternoon.
Former major league catcher Randy Knorr is being promoted from minor league manager to major league bench coach by the Washington Nationals.