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Tampa Bay Rays add Evan Scribner, face interesting bullpen roster battle in 2018

The Tampa Bay Rays have signed RHP Evan Scribner to a minor league contract. Sidelined by injuries over the last two seasons, this could be a clever pick up for the Rays. Lauded as a “control freak” and known for a legendary curveball (that’s two links), MLB Trade Rumors notes that Scribner ranks first in the Majors with just five non-intentional walks since 2014, with a 73.1...
Via DRaysBay
10 days ago

Rays, Evan Scribner agree to minor league deal

The Rays and right-handed reliever Evan Scribner are in agreement on a minor league contract, reports USA Today’s Bob Nightengale via Twitter. Scribner, a client of All Bases Covered Sports Management, will receive an $800K base salary if he makes the club. He’ll be in Major League camp as a non-roster invitee in Spring Training.Scribner, 32, spent the past two seasons with the Mariners...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners sign Furbush, Scribner, avoid arbitration

SEATTLE (AP) The Mariners reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner on Friday, averting salary arbitration with both players. The deals with Furbush and Scribner left Seattle with no more arbitration eligible players after the club reached agreement with outfielder Leonys Martin on a $4.15 million deal for the 2016 season on Thursday...
Via Associated Press
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Seattle signs Furbush, Scribner and avoids arbitration

SEATTLE (AP) The Mariners have reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner, averting salary arbitration with both players. Seattle announced the agreements on Friday. The Mariners have no more arbitration eligible players. Terms of the deals for the 2016 season were not announced. Furbush will be entering his fifth full season with...
Via Associated Press
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Evan Scribner and the Cruel Realities of Relief Pitching

It might seem easy to envy the life of a major league baseball player: even the least famous of them make a lot of money, have a bunch of Twitter followers, and get to play a game for a living. But it’s always been a little tougher for me to envy the life of a relief pitcher, who seems to experience the worst drawbacks of the job with little of the upside. As opposed to starting...
Via Fangraphs
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Mariners Accept the Flaws of Adam Lind, Evan Scribner

When Jerry Dipoto met with the Mariners, and when they decided to hire him, they discussed a plan that would have the team avoid any kind of major rebuild. Retooling is a different process, and currently the Mariners’ process, but the goal is for the team to be competitive. So Dipoto has been busy modifying the roster, with 2016 in mind, and now we have another pair of transactions...
Via Fangraphs
December 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle acquires RHP Evan Scribner from Oakland

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Seattle Mariners have added to their bullpen, acquiring right-handed reliever Evan Scribner from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for minor league pitcher Trey Cochran-Gill. The teams announced the trade Tuesday night. Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said Scribner will compete for a spot in the bullpen. Scribner, 30, appeared in a career-high 54...
Via Associated Press
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Scribner adjusting to extended workload

Evan Scribner really had things working for him on the mound in Saturday's 6-0 loss to the D-backs. The Padres' reliever made his fourth Major League appearance and blanked the D-backs' hitters for three shutout innings.
May 08, 2011  |  Discuss

Scribner has Major League debut to remember

Padres reliever Evan Scribner made his debut in Tuesday's 8-2 loss to the Braves, tossing two scoreless innings with one walk and two hits allowed.
April 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Padres bring Scribner to big leagues

Evan Scribner has so patiently waited for his chance to make it to the Major Leagues that even a slight snag in his travel plans to San Diego on Monday couldn't worry him.
April 25, 2011  |  Discuss

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