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CHARLIE FURBUSH RUMORS

Furbush wins annual Moose Clausen Award

Charlie Furbush hasn't been able to pitch for the Mariners for the past year and a half, but the southpaw reliever continued making such an impact off the field that he will receive the 2016 Al "Moose" Clausen Community Service Award on Nov. 19.
Via Mariners.com
November 09, 2016

Mariners outright 3 players to Triple-A Tacoma

SEATTLE (AP) The Seattle Mariners on Wednesday outrighted catcher Steve Clevenger and pitchers Charlie Furbush and Ryan Cook to Triple-A Tacoma, and claimed right-handed pitcher Ryan Weber off waivers from Atlanta. All three players sent to Tacoma have been on the 60-day disabled list and each has the right to choose free agency because of major league service time. Clevenger...
Via Associated Press
November 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Hope fading for Furbush's on-time return

It's too early to say for sure, but it's becoming late in the spring to have a lot of hope, so it appears that Mariners setup man Charlie Furbush might not be ready for the start of the season.
Via Mariners.com
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Mariners sign Furbush, Scribner, avoid arbitration

SEATTLE (AP) The Mariners reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner on Friday, averting salary arbitration with both players. The deals with Furbush and Scribner left Seattle with no more arbitration eligible players after the club reached agreement with outfielder Leonys Martin on a $4.15 million deal for the 2016 season on Thursday...
Via Associated Press
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Seattle signs Furbush, Scribner and avoids arbitration

SEATTLE (AP) The Mariners have reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner, averting salary arbitration with both players. Seattle announced the agreements on Friday. The Mariners have no more arbitration eligible players. Terms of the deals for the 2016 season were not announced. Furbush will be entering his fifth full season with...
Via Associated Press
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Mariners Charlie Furbush Likely Done For Season

Seattle Mariners lefty reliever Charlie Furbush has been on the disabled list since early July with biceps tendinitis, but Friday, news from Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune broke that revealed he will likely miss the remainder of the 2015 season. Furbush has a slight tear in his rotator cuff, which will keep the lefty reliever on the shelf for the season. The southpaw was one...
Via Baseball Essential
August 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Ben Cherington Refutes Jackie Bradley Jr.-Charlie Furbush Trade Rumor

So much for that juicy rumor involving the Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington on Friday refuted a report that Boston offered outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to Seattle in a trade proposal for left-handed reliever Charlie Furbush this past offseason, according to ESPN.com’s Gordon Edes. A source with one of the teams involved told Edes during...
Via NESN.com
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Who would have benefited most from a Furbush-Bradley swap?

Gordon Edes, columnist for ESPN Boston, tweeted last night the Boston Red Sox offered outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for left-handed reliever Charlie Furbush and were told no. I was told this spring Sox offered M's JBJ for Furbush, were told no — Gordon Edes (@GordonEdes) May 15, 2015 The Red Sox making this offer makes sense. Their bullpen...
Via The Outside Corner
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

REPORT: M's Turned Down Bradley For Furbush

Bradley, Jr. (L); Furbush (R)According to ESPNBoston.com's Gordon Edes, the Seattle Mariners turned down a trade that would have sent Jackie Bradley, Jr. to The Great Northwest. The prospective trade—which was proffered earlier in the Spring—would have brought lefty reliever (and South Portland, Maine native) Charlie Furbush to Fenway. The 29-year old Furbush holds a 4.05 career...
Via FenwayNation
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Mariners and LHP Furbush agree on 2014 contract

Left-handed pitcher Charlie Furbush and the Seattle Mariners have agreed to a contract for next season and avoided a potential dispute over arbitration eligibility. The Mariners announced the deal on Tuesday. Instead of waiting to see if Furbush would become eligible for arbitration, the sides reached a one-year deal. Furbush, 27, appeared in a team-best 71 games last season. He...
Via Associated Press
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss
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