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Outfielder Juan Pierre has agreed to terms on a deal with the Miami Marlins pending a physical, a source confirmed to ESPN.
The Sun Sentinel reports the deal is for one year and worth $1.6 million.
35, was a member of the Marlins from 2003-05. He spent last season with
the Phillies, hitting .307 and stealing 37 bases.
ESPN Boston: Source: Juan Pierre agrees to deal with Miami Marlins
This is in now way a blockbuster signing, but it is the only notable news around the MLB. I think Pierre is a great outfielder with great speed, especially at the ripe old baseball age of 35.
One year and $1.6 million is a pretty good deal for the Marlins and proof they are showing some effort to help that team out. It's not like Juan Pierre is going to carry that team to the playoffs, but it is a responsible signing, much like Cody Ross was for the Sox last season. Maybe a sign that Miami management may actually care about baseball. Maybe.
I would have loved to have seen Pierre sign with the Sox, even for $1 million more. Not in lieu of signing Cody Ross, more for filling in the hole in left.
Not sure how much Cody Ross' value will rise, if at all, but another outfielder is off the market. We'll just have to wait to see what happens.
The only other link:
Herald: Cabrera tale far-reaching
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The Miami Marlins are planning on having Juan Pierre take a physical on Monday, amid reports that they have agreed on a $1.6 million, one-year deal that would reunite them with the 35-year-old outfielder.
Pierre was with the Marlins for three seasons ending in 2005, helping the franchise win the World Series in 2003. A career .297 hitter, Pierre batted .307 in 130 games last season...
Less than a week after the Marlins pulled off a 12-player trade with the Toronto Blue Jays a deal still being finalized Miami has reportedly signed a familiar face.
According to several sources, the Marlins on Saturday signed outfielder Juan Pierre, who played three seasons with the franchise from 2003-05, hitting .305 with 65 stolen bases in 2003, helping the team win the World...
PhilliesTags: Juan PierrePhilliesThe Phillies didn’t have many bright spots in 2012, but outfielder Juan Pierre was one of them.
Pierre was brought in during Spring Training as a non-roster invite, and wasn’t promised a spot on the team. However the veteran was able to play his way onto the Opening Day roster, and spent the majority of the [...](Read more...)
The Florida Marlins have signed Juan Pierre, Craig Mish of Sirius 210 XM reports (and later confirmed by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports). The terms of the deal are not yet known. This is probably not the signing Marlins' fans were looking for after the team traded just about every decent player on the roster, but Pierre will definitely will the team.
Pierre signed a minor league deal...
Nearly 10 years later to the day to that the Florida Marlins first acquired Juan Pierre, he returns to them, this time in Miami on a 1 year $1.6M contract. A decade ago (November 16, 2002), the Marlins got both Pierre and Mike Hampton in a trade with the Colorado Rockies.He'll fill the leadoff void for the Fish and presumably play LF. Last year with the Phillies he hit .307...
After dumping more than half of their players in a pathetic attempt to rebuild their sh***y team, the Miami Marlins have reportedly made an acquisition to make up for it. According to Sirius XM's Craig Mish, the Marlins have agreed to a contract with former Phillie Juan Pierre.
Pierre, 35, signed a minor-league deal with the Phillies last off season, but played in the big leagues...
According to multiple sources, Juan Pierre has agreed to a one-year, $1.6 million contract.
The 35-year-old outfielder will be making his second stint with the organization, offering veteran leadership, a tremendous work ethic and speed.
Pierre appeared in 130 games with the Phillies in 2012, batting .307 with 37 stolen bases.
Entering his 14th big league season, Pierre previously...
Here's a switch: An established player is joining the Miami Marlins rather than exiting the team. Free agent outfielder Juan Pierre agreed to a one-year, $1.6 million deal with the Marlins, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. Multiple media outlets confirmed that the sides came to terms. The Marlins recently agreed to trade five high-profile, high-priced players, including...
The Miami Marlins are bringing back a familar face in Juan Pierre, who the team signed this evening. The terms of the contract are not yet known. Pierre will likely be the starting left fielder for the Marlins, with 2012 breakout player Justin Ruggiano in center and superstar Giancarlo Stanton in right field. The team primarily used Logan Morrison and Bryan Petersen in left in 2012...
Miami Marlins fans couldn’t have been happy seeing Josh Johnson, Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Emilio Bonifacio and John Buck get shipped to Toronto, but surely all those negative feelings will dissipate when they learn of their latest free agent signing.
Juan Pierre has agreed to a one-year deal, worth $1.6 million, according to Juan C. Rodriguez of the Sun Sentinel. Pierre played...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Many players would not want to play for the Miami Marlins after their recent fire sale. Juan Pierre
But the team has reached a contract with free agent outfielder Juan Pierre. He signed a one-year, $1.6 million deal.
He gives the Marlins an inexpensive veteran outfielder that will get the team a strong...
It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but a lot of the middle tier free agents are falling off of the market, especially in the outfield, with Melky Cabrera signing with Toronto and Juan Pierre heading back to Miami. The week of Thanksgiving is usually a downtime for free agents, so we're only going to bring you a DD today and Wednesday this week.
Also from this weekend, we...