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Mariners select Ryan Weber from Triple-A, name him starter vs Blue Jays; Jean Machi DFA’d

The Mariners have selected right-handed pitcher Ryan Weber from Triple-A Tacoma and will give him the start in Saturday’s 10:07 a.m. game on 710 ESPN Seattle. To make room for Weber on the 40-man roster, the Mariners designated relief pitcher Jean Machi for assignment. Weber, 26, has a Pacific Coast League-leading 0.85 ERA in six games (five starts) for the Rainiers this year....
15 days ago

Mariners Designate Jean Machi For Assignment

The Mariners have announced that they’ve designated righty Jean Machi for assignment and selected the contract of fellow righty Ryan Weber from Triple-A Tacoma. Weber will start against the Blue Jays today.
Via MLB Trade Rumors
15 days ago

Gone And Forgotten: Jean Machi Signs With Cubbies

Jean MachiRemember Jean Machi last year with the Red Sox? You know, the guy that actually was our closer for a while? You don't? Well, that's probably better for your overall psyche. Keep it that way. Anyway, Machi has been signed by old friend Theo Epstein to play on the North Side of Chicago for the Cubbies. It's just a minor-league contract for the the soon-to-be 34-year old,...
Via FenwayNation
December 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Notes: Jean Machi Nearly Blows Save Again In Boston’s 4-3 Win

BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox took the first game of their series against the New York Yankees on Monday, but it nearly didn’t happen that way. The contest was an exciting one through eight innings. The Red Sox and Yankees traded leads. David Ortiz hit his 495th career homer, a solo shot, in the fourth inning after Mookie Betts hit a two-run jack in the third. It was close,...
September 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Edge Yankees 4-3 In Machi Meltdown

Crisis averted. Jean Machi got through a rough ninth inning in his ninth inning debut, Eduardo Rodriguez gutted through five innings, and the bats did just enough to pull out a 4-3 win over the Yankees.
Via CLNS Radio
August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Jean Machi- Bullpen Help- Part 2

Machi, a 33-year old from Venezuela, certainly has been around. He has pitched in 6 organizations and 25 teams since 2002. He became a reliever in 06 and bounced around a bit. He finally established himself as a closer and setup man with the AAA Fresno Grizzlies in the San Francisco Giants system. He was called up to the Giants last year and continued his success as a reliever, going...
Via Fenway West
August 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Claim Pitcher Jean Machi Off Waivers, Move Clay Buchholz To 60-Day DL

BOSTON — The Red Sox added a new bullpen arm Tuesday, claiming right-hander Jean Machi off waivers from the San Francisco Giants. Machi, who is in his third full major league season, boasts a career 3.24 ERA and 1.124 WHIP in 163 relief appearances with San Francisco. The 33-year-old Venezuelan was designated for assignment July 20. “(It was) an opportunity to take a look at...
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Pirates ran themselves into embarrassing double play

This is just awful. The Pirates had a chance to blow their game with the Giants wide open in the sixth inning after Jean Machi walked Chris Stewart to load the bases with one out. And then…disaster. Travis Snider, who was on second base at the time of the walk, inexplicably began to trot down to third base. Machi noticed, and alertly threw to shortstop Brandon Crawford, who got...
Via The Outside Corner
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants: Trade deadline thoughts

Coming into the season the San Francisco Giants bullpen was seen as one of the strengths of the team. It started off that way. However, during the Giants recent downhill tumble the bullpen has become not quite unreliable but certainly isn’t what it was the first two months of the season. What happened to the Giants bullpen? Also, what else is going on with the team as the trade...
July 12, 2014  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants: why Jean Machi has been the most surprising

Many of general manager Brian Sabean’s offseason acquisitions were deemed questionable. The aging Tim Hudson and the oft-injured Michael Morse were brought in and greeted with much uncertainty from fans. However, their resurgence this season along with the bounce back seasons of players such as Angel Pagan and Jeremy Affeldt has allowed for a spirited debate over who has been the...
June 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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