Found December 06, 2011 on PRO Rumors:
PLAYERS: Seth Smith
TEAMS: Colorado Rockies
Colorado Rockies outfielder Seth Smith is drawing trade interest from several clubs, GM Dan O'Down said, as reported by Thomas Harding of “Seth is very, very well-liked within the game,” O'Dowd said. “I'm not sure we're going to do anything, but we've had a lot of calls on Seth.” Smith is projected to make about $2.6 million in 2012 as an arbitration-eligible player and with the Rockies looking to add young-but-experienced pitchers, Smith may be sacrificed by the team.

Trade interest heats up for Rockies' Smith

Rockies outfielder Seth Smith is drawing interest from multiple clubs, Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd said Monday, the opening day of baseball's Winter Meetings.

Orioles and Rockies Discussing Trade For Huston Street

According to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports, the Baltimore Orioles are discussing a trade with the Colorado Rockies that would net them closer Huston Street. Baltimore featured the fourth-worst bullpen in all of baseball last season with a collective 4.31 FIP. It featured the headache that is Kevin Gregg as closer, as well as such stalwarts as Jeremy Accardo, Brad Bergesen, and Chris Jakubauskas...

Padres Set to Acquire Rockies Closer Huston Street for PTBNL

It is being reported from multiple sources that the Padres have acquired Colorado Rockies closer Huston Street for a player to be named later. The Padres will be the third major league team for the 28 year old from Austin, Texas.  While Street posted a 3.86 ERA in 2011, his ERA outside of Coors field was a 2.19 in 29.1 innings, while posting a 25/4 (K/BB) ratio.   Street is in...

Pirates Inquired on Ian Stewart

The Pittsburgh Pirates are one of the teams who have inquired on Ian Stewart, according to Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports.  The Colorado Rockies are expected to move Stewart, and the Pirates are one of the teams interested, joining the Cubs, Diamondbacks, Orioles, Mariners, and Angels. Kevin Creagh looked at Stewart as a non-tender trade candidate last month, pointing out that he...

The Colorado Rockies claim outfielder Jamie Hoffman off waivers

The Rockies have claimed 27-year old righty swinging outfielder Jamie Hoffman off waivers from the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers. Hoffman played in 2 games for the Dodgers last year and he was 0 for 4 (.000 avg, .000 OPS). He also played in 133 games in AAA-ball for the Dodgers last year and he was 141 of 475 (.297 avg, .853 OPS) with 91 runs scored, 22 homers, 84 RBIs and...

Kevin Slowey career statistics

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The Colorado Rockies acquire Kevin Slowey from the Twins

The Rockies have acquired 27-year old righty starting pitcher Kevin Slowey from the Twins for a player to be named later. Slowey pitched in 14 games (8 starts) for the Twins last year and he was 0-8 with a 6.67 ERA and a 1.40 WHIP. He was pitching hurt most of the year, so that might explain the horrible numbers he put up. Slowey has now pitched in 100 games (90 starts) in his...

Padres could have deal for Rockies closer Street

Huston Street, 28, would make $7.5 million . . . or same as Bell in 2011

Paige: Signing of Kevin Slowey a bad sign for Rockies fans

The Rockies rocked the baseball world Tuesday by pulling off the first major trade of the winter meetings.

Rockies send Street to San Diego

The Colorado Rockies have traded closer Huston Street to the San Diego Padres for a player to be named later.
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