The Detroit Tigers say they released right-hander Cesar Carrillo after he served a 100-games suspension for violating baseball's minor league drug program.
Carrillo's name was included in a Miami New Times report earlier this year, when the alternative weekly newspaper said it acquired records from a Florida clinic the paper said sold banned performance-enhancing drugs....
DETROIT — The Detroit Tigers say minor league right-hander Cesar Carrillo has been suspended 100 games for violating baseball’s minor league drug prevention and treatment program.
The team posted a release on its website Friday, saying the commissioner’s office announced the suspension.
Carrillo’s suspension is effective at the start of the season. He is currently on the...
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TAMPA, Fla. — Houston Astros right-hander Cesar Carrillo has been charged with trespassing after police say he was told ... Source Via Sportifi.com
According to the Houston Chronicle’s Zachary Levine, the Houston Astros have claimed right-handed pitcher Cesar Carrillo from the San Diego Padres.
According to MLB.com’s transaction page, the Phildelphia Phillies designated right-handed pitcher Cesar Carrillo for assignment on Sunday, September 12.
Carillo was not with the Phillies’ organization long, he was claimed off waivers on September 9th by the team. Previously he was with the San Diego Padres organization. In 2009 he was 1-2 in 3 games with a 13.06 ERA (15 earned...
MLB.com’s Corey Brock tweets that the San Diego padres have designated right-handed pitcher Cesar Carrillo for assignment.
Carrillo, 26, pitched three games in the Major Leagues (all in 2009). He was 1-2 in 3 starts with a 13.06 ERA. The right-hander was originally a first-round selection in the 2005 First-Year Player Draft.
Cesar Carrillo’s 3.13 ERA in Triple-A looks good. He just turned 26, so he isn’t too old, and he was a first-rounder in 2005 who still has decent velocity in the 90-94 mph range. Carrillo also tosses a curveball and changeup with solid movement, although the changeup comes in a bit too hard at times.
Sounds good enough, right? Carrillo at least seems like he could be a #4 or...
I talk fantasy baseball, redemption, and why you should never just shut down a college pitcher suffering from elbow problems. Cesar Carrillo got lit up today. But there's more to the story. At least I think there is.