Found May 23, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
PLAYERS: Jon Rauch
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
The Miami Marlins have seen enough of Jon Rauch for 2013, which is why they have sent him packing. Rauch, who was designated for assignment a few days back has been horrible this season. With pitching being as thing as it is though throughout baseball it would not come as a shock to FFLockerRoom if Rauch was given another chance by someone. He posted a 7.56 ERA to go along with a 1.80 WHIP, or in other words he allowed nearly 2 base runners every inning. The post Miami Marlins Release RHP Jon Rauch appeared first on FFLockerRoom | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports News | Sports Talk |.
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