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Dodgers agree to 1-year deal with pitcher Chris Hatcher

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Dodgers have agreed to a one-year deal with pitcher Chris Hatcher, avoiding arbitration. The right-hander earned $552,500 last season, when he was 3-5 with a 3.69 ERA. Five other Dodgers have filed for arbitration, including closer Kenley Jansen. The others are catcher Yasmani Grandal, infielder Justin Turner, outfielder Scott Van Slyke and pitcher Luis Avilan...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Chris Hatcher’s resurgence due to a new cutter and better pitch selection

Chris Hatcher‘s ERA on June 17 was 6.38, he had just been placed on the disabled list with an oblique injury, and fans had already been calling for him to be designated for over a month. Season over, try to do better next year, right? A funny thing happened, though. On Aug. 14, Hatcher was activated from the 60-day DL to much moaning and groaning, and all he’s done is work his...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

If You Squint Hard Enough, Chris Hatcher Looks Better

I’m not sure there’s really enough here to devote a full post to; in fact, I’m certain there’s not. However, the only thing I’m more sure of than that is that no one wants to stare at a recap of the Dodgers being no-hit all day long. So, let’s not do that. Let’s do this instead: After two rough months to start his Dodger career and two more sidelined due to injury,...
Via Dodgers Digest
August 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Chris Hatcher’s release point cause of perceived struggles

People have said Chris Hatcher is bad because of his 6.91 ERA. People have said Chris Hatcher is good because of his 2.21 FIP. Guess what: You’re both right. Hatcher has been one of the more polarizing players on the 2015 Dodgers’ roster, and he really isn’t as bad as his ERA makes him out to be, but he hasn’t been as good as his FIP would lead you to believe. According to...
Via Dodgers Digest
May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

The Los Angeles Dodgers new strength…the bullpen?

During the offseason, I kept trying to show how improved the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen would be. My main points involved Chris Hatcher, Joel Peralta, J.P. Howell and the departure of Brian Wilson and Chris Perez. While Wilson’s and Perez’s absences from the bullpen have undoubtably helped, the three relievers I was most excited about have been a disappointment. Yet, with all...
May 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Let’s Get To Know Chris Hatcher

The headlines of last week’s Marlins-Dodgers-Angels swap aren’t focused on the bit players the Dodgers got back from the Marlins. The main focus on the trade is on Dee Gordon, Howie Kendrick, and Andrew Heaney, and understandably so. But, as we’ve seen in previous posts, the other players received from Miami are pretty interesting, too. So, let’s get to know Chris Hatcher...
Via Dodgers Digest
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Murray State Head Coach Chris Hatcher Previews Louisville

Murray State head coach Chris Hatcher met with the media earlier this week to preview Saturday’s game against Louisville. First thing first, I think we can all agree that Coach Hatcher’s accent and voice is as good as any coach that Louisville will face this season. Also, he certainly seems to have a ton of respect for Bobby Petrino. Here is Hatcher’s full press conference.
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins add Chris Hatcher to bullpen, Randy Wolf to rotation

MIAMI -- Right-handed reliever Chris Hatcher was out of options when the Miami Marlins designated him for assignment this past offseason, and he didn't know whether he would see the big leagues again. But following Wednesday night's 14-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies, the organization optioned rookie right-hander Anthony DeSclafani to Triple-A New Orleans. In a corresponding...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Two Marlins minor leaguers get in bar fight, one breaks jaw

Everything was going so well for the Miami Marlins that something had to go wrong, right? Well, here it is. According to Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald. Marlins reliever Chris Hatcher got into a bar fight with fellow reliever Sam Dyson in Nashville, breaking Dyson’s jaw and knocking him out of action for six weeks. Hatcher is a 29-year old who has a 7.22 ERA in 33 2/3 career...
Via The Outside Corner
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins farmhand suspended for breaking teammate's jaw

There appears to be a bit of unrest within the clubhouse of the New Orleans Zephyrs. The Zephyrs — the Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins — recently were without two of their relief pitchers after one, Sam Dyson, suffered a broken jaw in a bar fight and another, Chris Hatcher, was suspended five games for his involvement in said fight. The fight took place April 29 at a Nashville...
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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