Found November 22, 2011 on
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Obviously it is the horse talking.
News broke Monday night that the Texas Rangers signed once-great, maybe even possibly still-great, reliever Joe Nathan to a 2-year contract for $7M a year, plus a $9M option.
FUN FACT: Over the last two years, Joe Nathan and I have the exact same WAR — we bot...
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The Texas Rangers have agreed to a deal with right handed pitcher Joe Nathan according to T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com. The deal is for two-years with a club option for a third year.
Sullivan says that this movement could mean that Neftali Feliz will be moving to the starting rotation.
The 36-year old Nathan was 2-1 with a 4.84 ERA and 14 saves in 44.2 innings with the Twins in 2011...
Joe Nathan has signed with the Texas Rangers, according to multiple reports.Nathan spent seven seasons as the closer for the Minnesota Twins. The 36-year-old right-hander became a free agent following the 2011 season, and is now on his way to Texas.The signing, a two-year deal, was first reported by MLB.coms T.R. Sullivan and confirmed by FOX Sports Ken Rosenthal. Rosenthal also...
With Jonathan Papelbon signing with the Phillies, the next big name closer signing is that of Joe Nathan who signed a 2 year, $14 million deal with the Rangers. With the loss of Nathan, the Minnesota Twins lose their all-time career saves leader.
Nathan's durability is in question.
The deal sends Neftali Feliz, who saved 72 games over the past two seasons, into the Rangers’...
Yes, Joe Nathan is 37 years old.
Yes, pushing Neftali Feliz to the starting rotation is far from guaranteed success.
Yes, $14.5 million is a lot to give a 37-year-old closer who's had arm trouble.
But one thing can be universally recognized about the Texas Rangers' free agent signing of the veteran closer: Joe Nathan loves facing the AL West.
Thanks to our Rangers information...
The Rangers have signed Joe Nathan, according to T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com. It's a two-year deal with an option for 2014, according to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News (Twitter links). The move means Neftali Feliz is headed to Texas' rotation.
Nathan, an unranked free agent, won't cost the Rangers a draft pick and his former team, the Twins, won't obtain...
The Texas Rangers, according to multiple local (North Texas) reports, has signed veteran closer Joe Nathan to a two-year deal, $7 million deal with an option for a third year. Per friend of Batter's Box Jamey Newberg, "As long as Nathan is healthy, Neftali Feliz is your newest Texas Rangers starting pitcher."Nathan had been rumored to both the Tigers and Twins, but...
As the World Series wrapped up, and talk turned to Rangers starting pitcher C.J. Wilson potentially leaving as a free agent, whispers of closer Neftali Feliz filling that void began to get louder. News of Joe Nathan signing a two-year contract worth $14.5 million all but assures the speculated move of Feliz to the rotation happening in 2012. What can be expected of both players...
The Rangers may be operating a revolving door. Joe Nathan coming in, but is C.J. Wilson going out?
Breaking news out of Dallas, as TR Sullivan of MLB.com is reporting that the two-time defending American League champion Texas Rangers have signed former Twins closer Joe Nathan. Terms have not been disclosed as of yet, but Ken Rosenthal is reporting that it's a two year deal with a club option. Jon Heyman is reporting that Nathan will be getting around $7 million a year, which...