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Oakland A’s spring training 2017: Alejandro De Aza released, outfield picture clarifies

The Oakland A’s released outfielder Alejandro De Aza on Monday, the team announced. De Aza had an opt-out clause in his contract and had decided to use it, reports Susan Slusser of the S.F. Chronicle. He is now a free agent, but Slusser notes that the A’s could re-sign him if no other club shows interest. De Aza had appeared to be a leading candidate for a bench role on the...
Via Athletics Nation
2 days ago

A's outfield takes shape with release of De Aza

Veteran outfielder Alejandro De Aza, who was enjoying a productive spring with the A's, has opted out of his Minor League contract in favor of free agency.
2 days ago

Alejandro De Aza Opts Out Of Athletics Contract

MONDAY: De Aza has in fact opted out, Slusser tweets. SUNDAY: Alejandro De Aza is expected to exercise the opt-out clause in his minor league deal with the A’s on Monday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.  De Aza is the second notable A’s veteran to opt out in as many days, after Ross Detwiler used his clause earlier today. De Aza signed his deal with...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
2 days ago

Finding a landing spot for Alejandro De Aza

The offseason for the New York Mets was just puttering along until the blizzard hit – in more ways than one – this past weekend. For the most part the moves Sandy Alderson and his staff had made were defensible and reasonable despite their not being particularly exciting. The trade of Jon Niese for Neil Walker was a decent revenue-neutral move and replaced Daniel Murphy at...
January 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Alejandro De Aza agrees to deal with Mets

NEW YORK — Outfielder Alejandro De Aza and the New York Mets have agreed to a $5.75 million, one-year contract, pending a physical, according to person familiar with the negotiations. The person spoke Tuesday on condition of anonymity because the agreement had not been announced. The deal contains an additional $1.25 million in performance bonuses. The 31-year-old De Aza bats...
December 22, 2015  |  Discuss

TC’s DraftKings Value Picks: Alejandro De Aza Aims To Deliver Vs. Mets

Alejandro De Aza has delivered when his number has been called since joining the Boston Red Sox. The utility outfielder might not play every night, but he’s certainly making the most of his opportunities since the Baltimore Orioles shipped him to Boston in June. De Aza is hitting at a .303 clip in a Red Sox uniform with a .503 slugging percentage and a .854 OPS. The 31-year-old hasn’t...
August 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Alejandro De Aza Bringing ‘The De Aza Way’ To Struggling Red Sox

Alejandro De Aza has been a spark plug for the Boston Red Sox, and apparently, that’s just a day in the life for the outfielder. The Red Sox acquired De Aza from the Baltimore Orioles early this month, and the club quickly learned that the 31-year-old runs on all cylinders at all times. And De Aza told WEEI’s Rob Bradford after Monday’s 3-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays that...
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Alejandro De Aza Acquisition Adds Versatility, Depth To Red Sox’s Outfield

BOSTON — The Red Sox bolstered their depleted outfield Wednesday, landing 31-year-old Alejandro De Aza in a trade with the Baltimore Orioles. De Aza, who arrived at Fenway Park before Thursday’s matchup with the Minnesota Twins, provides the Red Sox a left-handed bat and the versatility to line up in left, center or right field, which will help Boston manage while outfielders...
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Orioles Acquire Alejandro de Aza from White Sox

The Baltimore Orioles have traded for Alejandro De Aza of the Chicago White Sox. He will be an added player to the Orioles DH/LF rotation with Nelson Cruz and Delmon Young.  de Aza it hitting just .243 this season with 5 homers and 31 RBI after hitting .264 last season with 17 home runs.BREAKING: White Sox trade Alejandro de Aza to the Orioles for a couple of guys made up by...
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August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox trade rumors: Outfield edition

Being a Chicago baseball fan hasn’t been easy the past couple years. The Chi-Sox and Cubs both finished in the bottom five in wins last season. Yet Chicago’s fan base stands strong and for a good reason: Both organization have a lot of young talent. Unlike the Cubs, a good portion of the White Sox’s talent is already in the Majors as opposed to the Minor League. For example...
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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