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ERIC CHAVEZ RUMORS & GOSSIP

Diamondbacks Injury Update: Eric Chavez retires after battling knee injury

Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Eric Chavez has decided to retire after another injury-plagued season. Nick Piecoro of AZCentral Sports tweeted the news on Thursday afternoon:Dbacks veteran Eric Chavez, who has battled knee problems all season, is retiring.— Nick Piecoro (@nickpiecoro) July 30, 2014Chavez had not played since June 8th, and last started a game on June 1st....
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Eric Chavez announces retirement

(April 12, 2014 – Source: Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America)   Arizona Diamonbacks utility infielder Eric Chavez officially announced his retirement today after suffering a sprained left knee. The injury was a reoccurring injury from last season and became degenerative this year forcing him to call it a career. Chavez started his career with the Oakland Athletics...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs' Chavez announces retirement, ending illustrious 17-year career

Veteran infielder Eric Chavez announced his retirement Wednesday, ending a 17-year career. Chavez, 36, was on the disabled list with a knee injury that troubled him during his two seasons with the Diamondbacks and is forfeiting more than $1 million in salary by retiring now rather than the end of the season. Chavez spent the first 13 seasons with the Oakland Athletics, for whom he...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Eric Chavez, a star who stayed barely out of the limelight, retires

Eric Chavez, the five-tool third baseman with extraordinary skill and a low-key California personality who won six straight Gold Glove awards and became the only star of the famed Moneyball A's to sign a long-term deal to stay in Oakland, is retiring Wednesday after an exceptional 16-plus-year career. Chavez rode great natural ability that allowed him to post six 25-homer seasons...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Let us now praise Eric Chavez

Some of you top baseball insiders have probably heard about the incredible mental and physical regime that Yankee 3B Eric Chavez undergoes during games in order to keep his frail, injury-prone body from deteriorating. It rivals the intellectual gymnastics that Alphonso maintains on a daily basis in order to keep up his finely honed bloggery.Did you know that on the day of a Yankee...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
August 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Yankeetorial: Yankees do the right thing with Eric Chavez

Supposedly, the SF Giants sought Eric Chavez before the trade deadline and waved a decent package at us, but we Cliff Lee’ed the deal. It might have saved money next winter when the cheap-obsessed ownership tanks the budget with its Calvin Coolidgesque scheme to cut costs, until Yankee children everywhere are eating oatmeal burgers and cobbling shoes from discarded tires. Thank...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
August 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Eric Chavez's Dad: Maker Of Fine China?

Last month, in the first episode of my new podcast, I said the following about Eric Chavez:"...I think if he doesn't get hurt it's a successful year."Well, that didn't take long. As you probably know, Eric Chavez left last night's game in the middle of his at-bat in the bottom of the 5th inning, complaining of dizziness. We later learned that he'd suffered...
Via Lady At The Bat
May 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Yankees win but Red Sox Nation tries to rain on Eric Chavez

 YANKEES KEEP WITH TRADITION AND WIN: Eric Chavez (Photo credit: Wikipedia) It was quite a ceremony in Boston yesterday, as the Red Sox celebrated the 100th year anniversary of their home known as Fenway Park. The New York Yankees had a front row seat, and even came dressed for the occasion wearing vintage uniforms of the New York Highlanders, the name of the Yankees prior to 1913...
Via Lady Loves Pinstripes
April 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Eric Chavez You Look Hot In Yankees Pinstripes

Finally, the New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman resigned ex-Athletics hottie Eric Chavez. E. Chavez as an Oakland A Image via Wikipedia It is mind-boggling that this took so long, especially after reading a mid-January post on MLB Trade Rumors that there were a number of teams interested in him. This was not surprising because when Chavez is healthy he is as solid a player as anyone...
Via Lady Loves Pinstripes
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Source: Yanks, Chavez reach deal

The New York Yankees likely made their final offseason acquisition Tuesday night, reaching agreement with free-agent infielder Eric Chavez on a one-year, $900,000 contract, according to a major-league source. The deal, which also includes incentives, is pending a physical, the source said. Chavez, 34, spent last season with the Yankees, batting .263/.320/.356 in 175 plate appearances...
Via Fox Sports
February 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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