ADAM ROSALES RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Texas Rangers have agreed to a $750,000, one-year contract with utility infielder Adam Rosales.
Rosales was eligible for salary arbitration before the deal announced Thursday.
The Rangers also signed left-hander Aaron Poreda and outfielder Brad Snyder to minor league contracts with invitations to major league spring training.
Rosales is a .219 career hitter in 319 major league...
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November 14, 2013
Adam Rosales is a wanted man in the AL West race.
The utility infielder with a .220 career batting average has spent the first half of August going back and forth between the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics, who are in the closest division race in the majors.
"(The A's) were hoping I would go back to (Triple-A) Sacramento, and they would call me up in September. Obviously...
On July 31st, in need of a roster spot for newly acquired Alberto Callaspo, the A’s designated Adam Rosales for assignment. Two days later, he was claimed on waivers by the Texas Rangers, as they were scrambling for depth with the uncertainty surrounding Nelson Cruz‘s suspension and appeal situation. After a brief weekend on the […]
Adam Rosales now knows what it's like to be a middle schooler at a Friday dance.
Rosales has been picked up and dumped four times in the last 10 days, with the Texas Rangers being his current employer.
The strange Rosales odyssey when he was designated for assignment by Oakland two weeks ago after being with the Athletics since 2010. The infielder, who is batting just .191...
The wayward saga of infielder Adam Rosales has resumed, with the Texas Rangers once again claiming him off waivers from Oakland.
The Rangers made the move Monday. Texas and Oakland are bunched at the top of the AL West race.
In the last two weeks, Rosales has twice been with the Athletics and twice been with the Rangers. Each time he's been cut, the other team has acquired...
Infielder Adam Rosales, who spent three days with the Texas Rangers after being claimed on waivers from Oakland, is heading back to the Athletics.
Oakland has claimed Rosales on waivers after he was designated for assignment Monday by Texas.
Rosales didnt appear in a game for the Rangers but was active for all three games in Oakland.
The Rangers claimed Rosales from Oakland last...
It all started when Oakland Athletics shortstop Adam Rosales was robbed of a home run on Wednesday.
The homer would have tied the game in the top of the ninth inning with two outs.
Instead, the Cleveland Indians were able to finish the save attempt and go on to win the game.
How did this happen?
How did Angel Hernandez’s crew screw-up a blatant ninth inning home run with the...
Athletics utility guy Adam Rosales is known for his home run trot — rather than the slow jog of most players, he sprints all 360 feet around the bases. Rosales didn’t get that chance during the ninth inning of Oakland’s Wednesday game against the Indians, hitting a ball that appeared to be off the wall and parking himself happily on second base.
Except that on second look,...
The Athletics trailed the Indians 4-3 going into the ninth inning in Cleveland on Wednesday night. A's shortstop Adam Rosales hit a ball to deep left center field that hit off of the railing on top of the fence, above the yellow line, at Progressive Field. Ground rules say that's a home run. The umpires reviewed the call...and ruled that the ball was in play, and Rosales...
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Your browser does not support iframes. Adam Rosales was robbed of a home run after the umpires blew the review of the instant replay in the ninth inning of Wednesday’s game between the Oakland A’s and Cleveland Indians. The A’s were down 4-3 with two outs in the top of the ninth. Rosales was facing Indians closer Chris Perez and took him deep to left. The ball traveled out...