The minor league affiliates are fun to keep an eye on during the season, but this years Mariners will hopefully be creating enough product on their own.
Five surprises on the Mariners minor league opening day rosters
NWSB insider and Mariners blogger Jeff Budke brings us his take on the biggest surprises of the Mariners minor league rosters to kick off 2013...
Via Twitter this AM. Shannon Drayer...Jeremy Bonderman has decided to go to Tacoma. Great to see him continue his comeback and good news for the Mariners
Jeremy Bonderman signed with the Seattle Mariners hoping for another chance at the big leagues. He is getting closer to making that happen.
Mariners manager Eric Wedge said that Bonderman “continues to impress” in camp.
In the right handers latest outing he struck out two over three innings while allowing one run.
Bonderman does not seem like a candidate for a rotation spot but...
The Seattle Mariners took a flier yesterday and signed Jeremy Bonderman to a minor league contract. While of itself, this is nothing to get too worked up about. Broken down pitchers are signed to such deals every year. Sometimes, like in 2011 with Garcia and Colon for the Yankees, it works out. Most of the time it does not. And to be sure, Tigers fans will probably not root overly...
The Seattle Mariners have signed pitcher Jeremy Bonderman to a minor league contract, hoping the right-hander can make a comeback from Tommy John surgery.
The Mariners announced the deal Friday. They also invited the 30-year-old who was raised in the state of Washington to spring training.
Bonderman has not pitched in the majors since 2010, when he went 8-10 with a 5.53 ERA for...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2012
Here's a running list of recent Minor League deals around the Major Leagues:
– Left handed pitcher Scott Kazmir agreed to a Minor League deal with the Cleveland Indians according to Paul Hoynes of the Plain Dealer. The deal includes an invitation for Spring Training. Kazmir is looking to resurrect his career after a solid winter season in Puerto Rico where he went 0-2 with...
Jeremy Bonderman may not have thrown his last pitch in the majors. The now 30-year-old right hander has not pitched since 2010 after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
Bonderman is intent on pursuing a comeback. An eight year veteran, Bonderman has only pitched for the Detroit Tigers during his major league career.
The deal for Bonderman is likely non-guaranteed and may require him to...
Jeremy Bonderman was never great. He was a first-round draft pick, but he never lived up to any first-round hype. Now, after being out of baseball for the past two years, Bonderman is looking for a chance to pitch again. He missed the 2012 season thanks to a torn UCL and Tommy John surgery.
Bonderman spoke with Buster Olney of ESPN ($ - Insider piece) and expressed interest...
Jeremy Bonderman's last appearance in the big leagues came on Oct. 1, 2010, when he took the loss for the Detroit Tigers in a 10-6 setback at Baltimore. Continue reading →
Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman says he wants another shot at playing in the major leagues.
The 29-year-old Bonderman had elbow-ligament replacement surgery Tuesday to help him attempt to make a comeback next spring.
He hasn't pitched since 2010 when he was 8-10 and had a 5.53 ERA over 29 starts. His career record is 67-77 with a 4.89 ERA in 193 starts over eight...
Via AP on Fox
April 25, 2012