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JEREMY JEFFRESS RUMORS

Jeffress, Boyer, and Exit Velocity

Back in June, I wrote an article about Tyler Thornburg and Jeremy Jeffress. The point I made was that Thornburg’s ERA wasn’t misleading because it was in line with his DRA, while Jeffress wasn’t as good as his ERA would suggest, considering that his DRA wasn’t very good. Mainly, after digging a little deeper I found that DRA was hurting Jeffress because of his low strikeout...
Via BP Milwaukee
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jeffress makes strides while taking on epilepsy

Rangers reliever Jeremy Jeffress believes his long and harrowing battle with seizures and juvenile epilepsy began at 15 with a freak accident on a basketball court.
Via Rangers.com
3 days ago

Jeffress joins longtime teammate Lucroy on Rangers

BALTIMORE (AP) Jeremy Jeffress joined the Texas Rangers on Wednesday, eager to make a contribution to the AL West leaders. Jeffress and Jonathan Lucroy were traded to Texas from Milwaukee on Monday. Lucroy made his Rangers debut on Tuesday and was in the starting lineup again Wednesday against the Orioles. The swap - finalized just before the non-waiver trade deadline - came...
Via Associated Press
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Rangers acquire Lucroy, Jeffress from Brewers

The Texas Rangers made one of the biggest splashes of deadline day, acquiring catcher Jonathan Lucroy and reliever Jeremy Jeffress from the Milwaukee Brewers for a package of prospects on Monday. The Rangers managed to do it without trading top prospect Joey Gallo as well. Rangers get Lucroy and Jeremy Jeffress, according to source. — Evan Grant (@Evan_P_Grant) August 1, 2016...
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers Trade Rumors: Bullpen Edition

The Milwaukee Brewers have definitely identified themselves as sellers for the upcoming trade deadline. Outfielder Ryan Braun is the first name that stands out as one who may possibly be on his way out, but bullpen guys Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress are drawing a lot of interest from other teams as well. The right-handed Jeffress has an ERA of 2.23 this season to go along with 23...
Via isportsweb.com
July 24, 2016  |  Discuss

What Happened to Jeremy Jeffress’s Strikeouts?

The 2015 Milwaukee Brewers didn’t do many things well, but they did manage to put together a strong bullpen. Remember those days? When the team could count on Francisco Rodriguez, Will Smith, Michael Blazek, and Jeremy Jeffress to preserve late-game leads? That halcyon campaign — in which Brewers relievers ranked seventh in adjusted ERA and seventh in DRA — would, we hoped...
Via BP Milwaukee
July 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Jeremy Jeffress Is Taking Off

Remember in the offseason, when everyone thought the Brewers’ bullpen might carry them to surprising success in 2016? Man, were we wrong. To this point, the Brew Crew has: the fourth-worst relief ERA- (116) the third-worst relief FIP- (133) the worst relief cFIP (106) Of all the things that have collapsed for the Brewers this season, the bullpen may hurt the most. But instead...
Via BP Milwaukee
May 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Checking In On Jeremy Jeffress

Jeremy Jeffress was supposed to be a co-closer for Milwaukee, but Will Smith’s preseason injury threw a wrench into manager Craig Counsell’s best-laid plans. Instead of just being part of a bullpen by committee, Jeffress has been the club’s first option in the ninth inning. And while he is six-for-six at converting save opportunities, his more basic underlying numbers suggest...
Via BP Milwaukee
April 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Jeffress feels blessed to be back with Brewers

MILWAUKEE -- There was a time not so long ago when Jeremy Jeffress thought about giving it all up and quitting baseball. The inability to find the cause of his uncontrollable seizures while pitching in Triple-A almost was too much for the talented right-hander to handle. "I just felt like giving up, like 'I can't be in this game,'" Jeffress said. Jeffress' path back to the big leagues...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

The Toronto Blue Jays split series

The Toronto Blue Jays opened the 2014 season by splitting their first series with the Tampa Bay Rays last week. Toronto, however, got hammered in the first game 9-2.  I don’t remember the last time the Jays got creamed in their opening game of the  season. R.A. Dickey was on the mound and got roughed up good.  Dickey gave up five hits, six earned runs, six walks, and struck...
Via isportsweb.com
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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