BOONE LOGAN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Before the drama with free agent starting pitchers and the apparent lack of a market for free agent closers this year, there were left handed set-up men getting signed quickly and to lucrative deals.
Boone Logan was one such pitcher, inking a three year, $16.5 million deal with the Colorado Rockies. Now he and the team are just hoping that he will be available to make his Rockies...
While Boone Logan has not pitched this spring, he’s still expecting to be ready for Opening Day.
Logan, 29, received a three-year deal worth $16.5 from the Colorado Rockies this offseason but has yet to toss even a bullpen this spring.
“I’m just long tossing right now,” Logan said, via the Denver Post. “I hope to throw a bullpen early next week.”
Logan is still expecting...
The Colorado Rockies gave Boone Logan more than sixteen million dollars in the offseason to be a key part of their bullpen for the next three years. The 29-year-old, recovering from surgery to remove a bone spur in his elbow, would like to start doing that from Opening Day. Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports that Logan is still limited in his throwing, using just his fastball...
Boone Logan, the Rockies' new lefty reliever, fielded the obligatory Coors Field question with aplomb.
"People are saying, 'Pitching at Coors is going to be tough because of giving up home runs and all of that kind of stuff," Logan said Monday. "But I've pitched at Yankee Stadium with that short porch in right field, so it's the same difference to...
Oh, Colorado Rockies, what are we going to do with you? Your already befuddling offseason just got a whole lot more befuddling.
boone logan gets $16.5M fr 3 yrs. #rockies
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 13, 2013
Yes, somehow the Rockies decided it was a good idea to give left-hand specialist Boone Logan the second-most expensive expensive contract to a reliever...
The Colorado Rockies have come to terms with left-handed reliever Boone Logan on a three-year deal. The news broke late last night that the two sides were 'close', and then Jon Heyman of CBS Sports confirmed the financial details this this morning. Logan will receive $16.5 million over three years.Logan, 29, moves on to his fourth team since breaking into the big leagues...
The Colorado Rockies went into the 2013 Winter Meetings with a goal of finding left-handed relief help for the bullpen. After their second consecutive last-place finish in the National League West, the Rockies came to the conclusion that overhauling the bullpen was a priority.
Today the Rockies announced they have reached an agreement with left-hander Boone Logan on a three-year...
The Rockies are in agreement with left-hander Boone Logan on a three-year deal, tweets Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The Denver Post's Troy Renck reported yesterday that the two sides were closing in on a three-year pact. Logan is represented by CAA Sports.
Left-hander Boone Logan and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $3.15 million, one-year contract, a raise of $1.25 million.
His agreement Friday on the non-guaranteed deal avoided salary arbitration.
The 27-year-old reliever was 7-2 with a 3.74 ERA and one save in 80 games, tied for the major league lead. He can become a free agent after this season.
New York's projected...
Via AP on Fox
January 18, 2013
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Just as Spring Training is about to close, Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News tweeted that New York Yankees lefty specialist Boone
Logan showed up at the ballpark today with back problems and was heading to the doctor.
Shortly after, Mark Craig at the Star Ledger confirmed that Logan was sent to get an MRI exam.
Well, this is not great news as Logan was the Yankees best and...