Posted December 06, 2012 on
Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. The Tigers added a pair of players in the Rule 5 draft via trades; second baseman Jeff Kobernus and left-hander Kyle Lobstein. They also acquired a player and lost two pitchers in the Triple-A portion of the draft.
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The Detroit Tigers pulled off trades with the Red Sox for infielder Jeff Kobernus and with the Mets for lefty reliever Kyle Lobstein. Continue reading →
Given the success the Washington Nationals have had in building their minor league system over the past six years, the Nationals were a popular target for the Rule V Draft today. The National lost 4 prospects in the Rule V Draft and did not make any selections.
The following Nats prospects are gone via the draft.
P Jack McGeary: McGeary was selected by the Nationals...
The MLB Rule 5 Draft closed out the 2012 Baseball Winter Meetings on Thursday and the Boston Red Sox came away losing two players but gaining three.
In the major league phase of the Rule 5 Draft, the Red Sox lost RHP Josh Fields to the Houston Astros and RHP Ryan Pressly to the Minnesota Twins. They selected Jeff Kobernus a second baseman from the Washington Nationals. They then...
The Washington Nationals system has been weakened by trades and promotions in recent years but the organization still has some interesting prospects in the system. With that said, the depth in the upper levels of the system took a big hit during the Rule 5 draft when prospects Jeff Kobernus (6th overall) and Daniel Rosenbaum (8th) were selected from the system. It was a curious move...