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The San Diego Padres have agreed to a one-year, $3 million deal with right handed pitcher Jason Marquis according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.
Marquis, 34, signed a minor league deal with the Padres back in May after being released by the Twins. While pitching for the Padres, Marquis went 6-7 with a 4.04 ERA, 4.28 FIP, 7.6 SO/9, 2.7 BB/9 and 1.4 HR/9 in 93.2 innings.
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Right-hander Jason Marquis will stay with the San Diego Padres, reaching a $3 million, one-year deal Monday.
The 34-year-old Marquis went 6-7 with a 4.04 ERA in 15 starts for San Diego last season. The Padres signed him as a minor league free agent on May 31 after he went 2-4 with an 8.47 ERA for Minnesota and was released.
Marquis was put on the disabled list Aug. 23 with a broken...
The San Diego Padres agreed to a one-year deal with Jason Marquis for the 2013 season. Marquis will make $3 million, the same as he made in 2012 split between the Minnesota Twins (who released Marquis in May) and the Padres.
The 34-year old Marquis was awful during his tenure with the Twins. In seven starts and 34 innings, Marquis walked 14, struck out 12, allowed nine homers...
The San Diego Padres are close to a one-year agreement with free agent right-handed starting pitcher Jason Marquis, ESPN.com reported Monday. Marquis, 34, is coming off a rough season that ended Aug. 21 with a broken left hand when it was hit by a line drive. He pitched well by winning five of eight starts for the Padres after the All-Star break before the injury. He was released...
Jason Marquis has re-signed with the San Diego Padres, where he saw much more success last year than he did with the Minnesota Twins. The deal is for one year worth $3 Million. Marquis should fit nicely into the Padres rotation. If Nate Freiman, which is expected soon, gets called up the Padres will have two MOTs on the team. To read more click HERE.
Could someone actually be interested in Indians’ starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez? The San Diego Union-Tribune’s Bill Center says yes. His article today states that the Padres might have interest in Ubaldo because of his durability over the past few seasons.
“Acquiring Jimenez would take a trade with Cleveland. And the Indians seem ready to discuss a trade involving Jimenez...
Andrew Cashner is a prized possession around San Diego. The reason is simple. He was the return piece in the trade that sent Anthony Rizzo to the Chicago Cubs. Cashner can regularly hit 100 mph on the radar guns, but he suffered a strained lat that landed him on the DL for much of the 2012 season. Despite the injury, he could be the target for many teams this winter, and...