George Sherrill is yet another pitcher recovering from Tommy John surgery
and attempting to come back from the operation in a new uniform. The
Kansas City Royals signed Sherrill as a free agent to a low risk contract on
December 7. According to Bob Dutton of the Kansas City Star, and much to
the Royals delight, the former Orioles closer threw free and easy Friday in a
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Seattle Mariners will be without reliever George Sherrill for the rest of the season.
Sherrill will be undergoing Tommy John surgery in the coming days. The operation is expected to take place on his left pitching elbow on Friday in Los Angeles.
He was placed on the disabled list after playing...
We're hearing this morning from Eric Wedge that Seattle Mariners left hander bullpen guy George Sherrill will have surgery on elbow in early May and is "more than likely" done for the season.Per Geoff Baker of the Seattletimes Mariners manager Eric Wedge said this morning that "there's a lot going on" in the elbow and the timeframe for any recovery won...
Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson reports a deal that had been all but done for a week, the Mariners made it official today, announcing the signing of left-handed reliever George Sherrill to a 2012 contract. In four seasons with the Mariners, he combined for a 3.65 ERA in 195 appearances, made 73 appearances in 2007, tied for fourth-most in club history, and 72 in 2006.
Veteran left-handed reliever George Sherrill has passed his physical and signed a one-year deal with the Mariners, the club announced on Friday.
The Seattle Mariners signed left-handed reliever George Sherrill to a one-year contract.
Sherrill spent last season with the Atlanta Braves, logging a 3-1 record and 3.00 ERA in 47 appearances.
The 34-year-old Sherrill played his first four seasons with the Mariners, making a combined 145 appearances in 2006 and 2007.
He has a 19-17 record and 3.68 ERA in eight seasons with four teams.
The Mariners landed their coveted left-handed relief specialist over the weekend by reaching an agreement on a one-year deal with veteran free agent George Sherrill.
The Mariners have signed George Sherrill to a one-year $1.1mm deal plus incentives Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports (Contract info provided by Jason Churchill of Prospect Insider).
Sherrill started his career in Seattle where he spent four seasons, 2004-2007 with them. He posted his best season in Seattle in ‘07 when he went 2-0 with a 2.36 era in 45 2/3 innings.
He was later traded...
Hot News for RP George Sherrill
The Phillies have said they like their bullpen the way it is, but they have some interest in free-agent left-hander George Sherrill.