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The Reinvention of Franklin Gutierrez, Baseball Miracle

The Dodgers signed Franklin Gutierrez over the weekend. Now, I didn’t realize the Dodgers still had room on their major-league roster, but they probably know better than I do. Here is a list of problems that have sent Franklin Gutierrez to the disabled list over the past several years: stomach gastritis strained left oblique torn right pectoral concussion strained right hamstring...
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers Outfielder Franklin Gutierrez Provides Less Glove, More Bat Nowadays

It took 17 years, but Franklin Gutierrez appears poised to make his Los Angeles Dodgers debut in 2017. The Venezuelan..
Via Dodger Blue
8 days ago

Franklin Gutierrez Signs With Dodgers

Is it cruel to hope he fails his physical and comes home? Today Franklin Gutierrez signed a one-year contract with the Dodgers worth $2.6 million. He figures to be penciled in as a bench outfielder for the team that originally signed him nearly two decades ago, vying for playing time with Yasiel Puig, Trayce Thompson, and Scott Van Slyke as likely platoon partners for Joc Pederson...
Via Lookout Landing
9 days ago

Dodgers to sign Franklin Gutierrez, finally make me happy

I’ll admit, when former Dodgers — especially good prospects — become available, I have an unusual desire for the team to bring them back. Tonight, that happened in the form of outfielder Franklin Gutierrez. sources: gutierrez gets $2.6M plus 400 incentives on his #dodgers deal — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 11, 2017 That’ll play. It’s …
Via Dodgers Digest
9 days ago

Dodgers To Sign Franklin Gutierrez

The Dodgers have agreed to sign outfielder Franklin Gutierrez, according to Manolo Hernandez of beisbolporgatas.com (via Twitter). He’ll earn $2.6MM and can tack on another $400K in incentives, per Jon Heyman of Fan Rag (Twitter link).
Via MLB Trade Rumors
9 days ago

Dodgers reportedly reach deal with OF Gutierrez

The Dodgers agreed to a one-year contract with former Gold Glove outfielder Franklin Gutierrez on Friday, according to a report by Monolo Hernandez of beisbolporgatas.com. MLB Network insider Jon Heyman reported the deal is worth $2.6 million, plus incentives.
Via Dodgers.com
9 days ago

Franklin Gutierrez returns, but Mariners need much more

By Ian Casselberry If you were watching Wednesday’s Mariners-Royals game, caught some highlights or checked the boxscore, you may have done a double take when you saw Franklin Gutierrez’s name. And that would have been completely understandable. The 32-year-old outfielder hasn’t played in the major leagues since Sept. 27, 2013, and it seemed as if we might never see him play...
Via The Outside Corner
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Franklin Gutierrez out for season because of recurring gastro problems

Franklin Gutierrez has told the Seattle Mariners that he will not be able to play this season because of his recurring stomach problems, which have been termed gastrointestinal issues. Gutierrez, who signed with the Mariners in December, apparently told the team he didn’t think it would be fair if he came to camp knowing he […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Gutierrez tells Mariners he won't play in 2014

Seattle Mariners outfielder Franklin Gutierrez has informed the club he will not be reporting to spring training and will not play in 2014. Gutierrez let the team know that he is dealing with a relapse of the gastrointestinal problem he dealt with last season, and he didn't think it was fair to come to spring training if he could not fully compete for a spot on the major-league...
Via Associated Press
February 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Franklin Gutierrez re-signs with the Mariners

Often-injured outfielder returns to M’s The Seattle Mariners continue to makes moves in anticipation of the 2014 MLB season, this time re-signing one of their own free agents, center fielder Franklin Gutierrez. Franklin Gutierrez is an outstanding outfielder.  He has a decent bat too.  Franklin is fully capable of hitting .270 or better, that is, assuming he can stay healthy...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
December 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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