Found December 01, 2011 on MLB Trade Rumors:
The Orioles will acquire Taylor Teagarden from the Rangers, according to Jon Heyman of (Twitter link). The teams have had ongoing discussions about the possibility of a trade, Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun reported earlier today. Teagarden, 27, has a .220/.286/.417 career line with 16 home runs in 392 career big league plate appearances over the course of four seasons. The 2005 third rounder has a .262/.374/.488 line in parts of six minor league seasons. He'll back up starter Matt Wieters. While the Orioles had just one catcher -- Wieters -- on their 40-man roster, the Rangers had three of them. Mike Napoli and Yorvit Torrealba were ahead of Teagarden on Texas' depth chart, which made him expendable. The Orioles have a full 40-man roster and will have to clear room on it unless they're sending someone from their roster to Texas.

Orioles trade for Texas C Taylor Teagarden

The Texas Rangers have traded catcher Taylor Teagarden to the Baltimore Orioles for minor league right-hander Randy Henry and a player to be named. The teams announced the deal on Thursday. Teagarden hit .235 in 14 games for Texas last season. He has played 118 games for the Rangers over the last four years and has thrown out nearly 31 percent of runners who have tried to steal...

Texas Trades Taylor Teagarden to Baltimore for a Guy Named Randy

Taylor Teagarden may have one of the most unfortunate names in all of baseball. It's absolutely ridiculous. Nonetheless, the catcher was traded away by the Texas Rangers on Thursday to the Baltimore Orioles for minor league right-hander Randy Henry (never trust a man with two first names) and a player to be named later. Teagarden didn't see much action last season...

Rangers trade Taylor Teagarden to Orioles

The Texas Rangers have traded Taylor Teagarden to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for Randy Henry and a player to be named later, according to several news sources.  The player to be named will be announced after next week's Rule 5 Draft. “Taylor is an accomplished catcher who has shown an ability to handle a pitching staff and control the running game,” O's executive...

Orioles acquire C Teagarden from Rangers

The Baltimore Orioles acquired catcher Taylor Teagarden from the Texas Rangers on Thursday for righthander Randy Henry and a player to be named later. Teagarden, 27, will serve as the backup to All-Star Matt Wieters. Teagarden batted .235 with two RBIs in 34 at-bats last season. Henry, 21, has posted a 3.33 ERA in his first two seasons in the minors.

For Taylor Teagarden, trade signifies a second chance

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Orioles pick up Taylor Teagarden in trade with Rangers

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Rangers ship Teagarden to Baltimore

Rangers trade backup catcher Taylor Teagarden to Baltimore for minor-leaguer and player to be named.

Orioles land backup catcher in trade

They get Teagarden from Rangers for minor league pitcher, player to be namedDan Duquette made his first trade as executive vice president of the Orioles on Thursday, filling the club's vacant reserve catcher spot by adding defensive-minded backstop Taylor Teagarden from a familiar partner, the Texas Rangers' organization.

The Orioles make minor moves

So far the Orioles have added Matt Antonelli and Taylor Teagarden. Antonelli and Tegarden will come in as perspective bench players in the infield and catcher respectively. The Orioles are also in the process of luring KBO relief pitcher Chong Tae-Hyon away from Korea and to Baltimore, these moves while solid are in fact very minor. Many Orioles fans are waiting for the earth-shaking...

Shiny new things.

Pitchers Scott Feldman, Neftali Feliz, Matt Harrison, Derek Holland, and Michael Kirkman. Catcher Taylor Teagarden. Infielders Elvis Andrus, Ian Kinsler, and Michael Young. Outfielders Julio Bo...
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