Gabe Gross was named Auburn's Volunteer Baseball Coach on Monday.
Major league outfielder Gabe Gross has officially decided to retire from the game of baseball. The 31-year old outfielder stated that, “[He] wasn’t that into it anymore.”
Gross retires after signing a minor league contract Sunday.
The left-handed hitter batted .239 lifetime with 40 homers and 186 RBI. Gross has played seven seasons in the majors but never really found his...
Gabe Gross, assigned to Minor League camp on Wednesday, was let go by the Mariners on Saturday after requesting his release.
Gabe Gross, battling for a job with the Mariners as a backup outfielder, was a starting quarterback at Auburn as a freshman before quitting football to concentrate on baseball.
A's outfielder Gabe Gross returned to the starting lineup for the first time in 21 games Sunday, batting eighth as the right fielder.
Interestingly enough, one name that hasn’t seen any play whatsoever this offseason is that of Gabe Gross. Surely, Gross isn’t anything approaching a household name, as the roles he’s played on first the Milwaukee Brewers and then the Tampa Bay Rays have been relatively minor. Still, in only 935 plate appearances over the [...]
In this "B-Ray-ves Report," we look at two teams that are both on three game losing streaks after the Braves were swept away by NL East leading Florida, and Tampa got stuck with Gabe Gross at the plate in the most crucial at bat of the game:
Florida - 6
Atlanta - 2
Chicago (A) - 3
Tampa Bay - 2
Gabe Gross will be playing in the majors again this season, the Tampa Bay Rays and the outfielder have setteled on a one-year contract worth $1.255 million.
Gross and the Rays avoided arbitration following a season in which Gross hit .238/.336/.414 in 399 plate appearances. He was acquired by the Rays in late August for minor [...]