After being released by the Texas Rangers, catcher Chris Gimenez is looking to find another job. Since being released, he has found no shortage of suitors on the open market.Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports that Gimenez is choosing between the Tampa Bay Rays, Oakland Athletics and Rangers. The Chicago Cubs have also shown interest. Gimenez, 31, last played at the big league...
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OAKLAND - Projecting who might be catching for the Oakland A's in a few years might be as simple as looking at the minor league depth chart of the Tampa Bay Rays. Three of the A's four catchers on their 40-man roster spent time in the Rays' organization. Two - Stephen Vogt and Chris Gimenez - will be renewing a friendly rivalry as they compete for a spot on the A's 25-man roster.
On Friday, the Oakland A's announced that they had claimed Gilroy native Chris Gimenez off of waivers from the Tampa Bay Rays. The A's will announce a corresponding 40-man roster move later.
Rays pitcher David Price brought his dog into the team's clubhouse, and apparently the pooch had a bit of a peeing accident.
ST. PETERSBURG It's only early September, but the simmering tension and deafening din inside Tropicana Field late Monday afternoon provided a playoff feel worthy of October.
You could point to any number of pivotal moments in the opener of a three-game series between the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees a Labor Day clash that revived the emotion and excitement of their...
After playing 24 games for the Rays early in the season while Jose Lobaton was on the disabled list, Durham catcher Chris Gimenez is patiently waiting for his next chance to prove himself in the big leagues. Despite a less-than-ideal showing in his first stint with the big club, Gimenez is optimistic that he'll get the call again and is making sure he is ready should the opportunity...
Chris Gimenez almost signed with the Pirates before the Rays brought him into the fold on Feb. 16, when they signed the catcher to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training.
Greg Johns of MLB.com tweets that the Pittsburgh Pirates might sign utility player Chris Gimenez, who recently elected free agency after being outrighted by the Seattle Mariners. Gimenez can’t sign until Thursday after refusing the outright assignment.
In his career, Gimenez has a .171/.279/.272 line in 228 at-bats, including a .203/.314/.271 line in 59 at-bats in 2011. He’s...
The Seattle Mariners have re-signed backup catcher Chris Gimenez to a one-year contract, two days after he was non-tendered by the club.
Seattle announced the move Wednesday. The Mariners' 40-man roster now stands at 37.
General manager Jack Zduriencik says the team had every intention of bringing back Gimenez but ''some procedural stuff'' forced the club to...
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December 14, 2011