The Cubs have signed pitcher Rodrigo Lopez and catcher Jason Jaramillo to Minor League deals, and they will be at Spring Training as non-roster invitees.
OK, after all the hoopla over the Cubs moves in late December and early January, things have slowed down quite a bit lately. But that's not to say there aren't some interesting things going on, you just have to dig a little harder to find it.
While the signing of Jason Jaramillo doesn't amount to much (he's likely just organizational depth), it appears that the...
The Cubs have signed 29-year-old Jason Jaramillo to a minor league contract, with the possibility he could make the team in spring training as the backup to Geovany Soto.
Two formers Pirates have signed on with new teams today.Oliver Perez signed a minor-league deal with the Seattle Mariners that included an invitation to spring training. The Mariners are clearly scrambling after trading Michael Pineda to the Yankees for Jesus Montero. Perez has very little chance of seeing any time in the major leagues this year. Last year he pitched 75.2 innings...
The Cubs completed their minor league deal with catcher Jason Jaramillo, MLBTR's Tim Dierkes has learned. MLBTR reported in December that the Cubs were nearing a deal with the 29-year-old.
Jaramillo has accumulated 366 big league plate appearances over the last three seasons with the Pirates, hitting .235/.293/.327. A former second-round pick of the Phillies, Jaramillo missed...
The Cubs are close to a minor league deal with catcher Jason Jaramillo, MLBTR has learned. The Pirates designated Jaramillo for assignment upon signing Erik Bedard this month, non-tendering him a few days later.
Another player I believe would be an interesting pickup for the Mets is the recently non-tendered catcher Jason Jaramillo, formerly of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Jaramillo, 29, has been hampered by injuries in the past and the rigors of being an everyday catcher are seemingly too much for him to handle. But he may prove to be a very capable backup for the Mets.
As you can see, Jaramillo...
The Pittsburgh Pirates have tendered all of their arbitration eligible players, per a team press release. The team also announced that Pedro Ciriaco and Jason Jaramillo will officially become free agents at midnight after being non-tendered by the team. All of the remaining 0-3 players who weren’t under contract were tendered an offer.
The Pirates designated catcher Jason Jaramillo for assignment today upon announcing the Erik Bedard signing, according to a press release. Jaramillo, 29, hit .276/.368/.373 in 155 Triple-A plate appearances this year.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have made the Erik Bedard signing official, per a team press release. To make room on the 40-man roster, Jason Jaramillo has been designated for assignment. More updates to come.