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Rangers sign LHP Craig Breslow to minor league contract

This summer’s trade season hasn’t seen any major splashes yet, but the Texas Rangers continue to make minor moves to add depth before the trade deadline arrives. Sunday afternoon, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News announced they had signed veteran reliever Craig Breslow to a minor league contract: Rangers have signed LHP Craig Breslow […] The post Rangers sign LHP Craig...
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Rangers Sign Craig Breslow To Minor League Deal

The Rangers have signed left-handed reliever Craig Breslow to a minor league contract, reports Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News (Twitter link). Breslow, a Baratta Partners client, became free to sign anywhere when the Marlins released him from their Triple-A affiliate Monday. The 35-year-old threw 23 2/3 minor league innings for the Marlins this season and struck out an impressive...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Marlins Release Craig Breslow

The Marlins have released veteran left-hander Craig Breslow from their Triple-A affiliate, reports WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford (Twitter link). Breslow, 35, tossed 14 innings for the Marlins’ big league club earlier this season and posted a 4.50 ERA but has  struggled following a demotion to Triple-A New Orleans. In 23 2/3 innings at the minor league level this season, Breslow has...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Breslow May Catch On Somewhere As Depth Starter

(FenwayNation Photo)Former Red Sox lefty Craig Breslow (perhaps the highest IQ Boston hurler ever) is beginning to draw interest from teams as a potential starter. Breslow pitched well in two late-season starts for The Carmine Hose in 2015. According to WEEI.com's Rob Bradford, several clubs have been attracted to the dual role capability of Breslow—out of the 'pen and in the rotation...
Via FenwayNation
January 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow Open To Becoming Full-Time Starter If Given Opportunity

CLEVELAND — Craig Breslow could get used to this whole starting thing. Breslow made 522 career major league relief appearances over 10 seasons before making his first big league start last week for the Boston Red Sox. The 35-year-old, who pitched well in his starting debut, gave it another whirl Saturday night against the Cleveland Indians and excelled for the second straight outing...
Via NESN.com
October 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow Gives Red Sox Solid Effort On Mound Vs. Indians (Video)

Is it time to start considering Craig Breslow as a starting pitcher? Well, that might be a bit of a stretch, but the Red Sox left-hander pitched well for Boston in its 2-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Saturday at Progressive Field. In his second start, Breslow gave up two earned runs on five hits while striking out two over 5 1/3 innings. Hear what Breslow had to say about his...
Via NESN.com
October 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow’s First Career Start For Red Sox ‘A Lot Of Fun’ (Video)

Craig Breslow got to check an item off his baseball bucket list Saturday. The Boston Red Sox relief pitcher made his first career start in his team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park. He looked like a natural, too, allowing no runs on just two hits before getting pulled after four innings in an 8-0 Red Sox win. Needless to say, Breslow was pretty pumped about...
Via NESN.com
September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Roster updates

The Boston Red Sox made two moves this week in an attempt to strengthen their bullpen. On Tuesday, the Red Sox traded away pitcher Anthony Ranaudo to the Texas Rangers in exchange for left-handed pitcher Robbie Ross. Staying active, Boston then signed right-handed pitcher Alexi Ogando to a one-year contract. These two moves were both made with an eye towards the bullpen. Ogando spent...
Via isportsweb.com
February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Free agency fireworks end in fizzle for Craig Breslow

JARED WICKERHAM/GETTY IMAGESEric D. Schabell Contributing Writer "In terms of the process, it was exciting, it was unsettling," was how Craig Breslow described his free agency experience that ended yesterday when he signed back with the Red Sox.Not exactly the enthusiasm of a player scoring his big deal by going out into the open market.Free agency was not a choice he made, but one...
Via RedSoxLife
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Sign Craig Breslow To One-Year Deal, Designate Catcher Dan Butler

The Boston Red Sox finally made it official. The team signed left-handed reliever Craig Breslow to a one-year deal, the club announced Monday. Breslow’s agent, Bob Baratta, told ESPN Boston on Dec. 19, the two sides agreed to a deal worth $2 million. The Red Sox initially declined to pick up their one-year, $4 million option on Breslow back in October, as he came off his worst...
Via NESN.com
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss
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