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According to a tweet from ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, former San Francisco Giants infielder Jeff Keppinger has agreed to a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Keppinger, 31, played in 56 games for the Giants following the July 19 trade with the Houston Astros for minor leaguers Jason Stoffel and Henry Sosa. He batted .255/.285/.333 (0.618 OPS) with 2 HR and 15 RBI for the Giants, and .277/.300/.377 (0.677 OPS) with 6 HR and 35 RBI overall last year.
Keppinger is expected to compete for at bats with Rays shortstop Sean Rodriguez.
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Free agent infielder Jeff Keppinger has signed to a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
The 31-year-old Keppinger who plays shortstop as well as second and third base split last season between the Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants, combining to bat .277.
A .281 career hitter in seven seasons with the Mets, Royals, Reds, Astros and Giants, the right-handed batting Keppinger...
The Tampa Bay Rays have signed utilityman Jeff Keppinger to a one-year, $1.525 million contract.The 31-year-old will offer some versatility to the Rays lineup, as he can play in the infield and outfield."They can put wherever they want, it doesn't matter...I don't really have any specific position that I really would pick over the other," said Keppinger.Keppinger...
For those of us who do not watch the transaction wire, anxiously awaiting the Tampa Bay Rays’ next acquisition (I say “us” as a matter of formality, for by the mere presence of this article we can ascertain I am not among those abstainers), last night the Tampa Bay Rays came to terms (terms yet-revealed) with infielder Jeff Keppinger.
The former Houston Astros middle man has...
The signing of Jeff Keppinger could settle things at shortstop for the 2012 season and beyond. His numbers at the plate and in the field reveal a much more complete player than the other three candidates.
According to multiple reports, free agent infielder Jeff Keppinger has agreed to a one-year deal pending a physical. More details about the signing are inside.
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The Tampa Bay Rays have reached agreement on a one-year major league deal with infielder Jeff Keppinger, a baseball source told ESPN.com.
The Rays added the extra bat they were looking for tonight when they signed Jeff Keppinger to a one-year deal.
The agreement is a major league contract, so it would seem that Elliot Johnson’s chances of making the team just took a big hit. Keppinger can play both middle infield spots as well as both corner outfield spots.
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Jeff Keppinger, who can play all four infield positions and also pitch in at all three outfield spots, signed a $1.525 million deal with incentives.
Tampa Bay finalized a one-year deal on Friday to bring veteran infielder Jeff Keppinger into the fold. Keppinger, who has played second base, shortstop and third base, is a .281 career hitter.
ROGER MOONEY Infielder Jeff Keppinger could be the Rays utility infielder by the end of the week. According to a source, he is expected to take a physical Thursday, the last stop on the way to finalizing a contract. The…