Evan Meek The Washington Nationals have been busy the past few weeks tying up the loose ends with the Max Scherzer deal. Before this deal happened though, the Nationals were making quieter moves, drafting players to minor league contracts. These players have to potential to be the future of the organization and should not be overlooked even with the Scherzer deal. Here are a few...
A lot of professional baseball players – especially pitchers – play the guitar. Evan Meek is among the best of them. The 31-year-old right-handed reliever takes music nearly as seriously as he does pitching. He’s been playing for two decades and composes his own songs. Meek, who has a 3.63 ERA over 179 career outings, […]
BALTIMORE (AP) Left-hander Joe Saunders is back in the major leagues, returning to the Baltimore Orioles after pitching with Triple-A Norfolk. Saunders had a 1.50 ERA in 10 appearances with the Tides. He was signed after going 0-5 with Texas in a stint that ended with a poor showing against the Orioles at Camden Yards. He said Monday: ''It's funny because I was in the visiting...
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September 01, 2014 | Discuss
getty images It is September and that means callups and roster expansion. The Baltimore Orioles recalled reliever Evan Meek and starting pitcher Joe Saunders on Monday. Meek has struggled during his 15 appearances this season posting a 7.47 ERA. He figures to be used simply as a relief pitcher in games that are out of hand. Saunders will be used in a similar role. Expect the 33-year...
getty The Baltimore Orioles have sent relief pitcher Evan Meek to Triple-A Norfolk. Following a doubleheader on Thursday the Orioles are sending Meek down. He began the season with 9 1/3 scoreless innings but has allowed a whopping nine runs over his last 2 1/3 innings of work. The Orioles will call up another pitcher. Gausman had an X-ray which apparently revealed the intercostal...
The game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday was postponed due to inclement weather. Normally a postponement isn't at top of a team's want list. In the case of the Orioles where the flu has been sweeping through their clubhouse, an extra day off isn't a bad thing particularly when star outfielder Adam Jones and reliever Evan Meek were send home...
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