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Despite surprising everyone by winning 93 games and qualifying for the postseason last year, the Orioles haven’t done much of anything this winter. Other than re-signing Nate McLouth, all of their moves have been small trades (Danny Valencia, Trayvon Robinson, Yamaico Navarro), minor league signi...
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The Baltimore Orioles and Jair Jurrjens have come to terms on a one-year contract for 2013. Jurrjens was non-tendered by the Braves earlier this offseason.
Jurrjens will have a base salary of $1.5 million, incentives could push the deal to $4 million reports CBSsports..
Last season Jurrjens was 3-4 with a 6.89 ERA at the big league level and spent a good part of the year in the minors...
Right-hander Jair Jurrjens has agreed to a one-year deal with the Baltimore Orioles. Jurrjens's base salary will be $1.5 million. Additional incentives could increase the value of the contract to $4 million, CBSSports.com reported. The 26-year-old Jurrjens posted a 3-4 record with a 6.89 ERA in 48 1/3 innings with the Atlanta Braves last season. He spent part of the year...
Incentive-laden deal for former All-Star. The post Orioles Sign Jair Jurrjens to Incentive-laden Deal appeared first on Orioles Outsider.
For a brief period, Jair Jurrjens was one of the best pitchers in the game. Unfortunately, he regressed, got injured, and was eventually demoted. After the Atlanta Braves non-tendered him, Jurrjens became a free agent. It wasn't clear how much interest he would attract, but yesterday the Baltimore Orioles signed the 26-year old righty.
According to Jon Heyman of CBS...
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In baseball, occasionally, the present can be an misleading predictor for the future.
Prime example: Take the Braves' pitching staff from two or three seasons ago, then look at the changes that have been made since. Was it not just during the 2008 and 2009 season that a 22- and 23-year-old Jair Jurrjens played the role of future ace (and All-Star snub) for Atlanta? Was Tommy...