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JOE THATCHER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Thatcher (ankle) recently tried to throw off a mound but said "it didn’t go well."

Joe Thatcher, who has been out nearly four weeks with a sprained ankle, is still hoping to be back in the next two weeks. Thatcher said he recently tried to throw off the mound and “it didn’t go well.” The original prognosis called for a four- to six-week rehab, and Thatcher believes he’ll still be within that window. “My arm is in shape,” he said, “so as soon as...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Halo Headlines: Green nearing rehab assignment, Thatcher still not throwing, support system not the problem for Hamilton

The August 20th, 2014 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Green nearing rehab assignment, Thatcher still not throwing, support system not the problem for Hamilton and much more… The Story: Grant Green is nearing a rehab assignment, but Joe Thatcher still isn’t throwing off a mound. The Monkey Says: Green would be nice to have in the DH mix and as flexibility...
Via Monkey with a Halo
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels acquire Thatcher and Campana from Diamondbacks

On Friday, the Los Angeles Angels acquired Joe Thatcher and Tony Campana from the Arizona Diamondbacks in return for minor leaguers Zach Borenstein and Joey Krehbiel. In Thatcher, the Angels gained the left-handed reliever they have been searching for. The 32-year old southpaw is currently pitching in his eighth major league season and his second for the Diamondbacks. His 2.63 ERA...
Via isportsweb.com
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Diamondbacks Trade for Two Prospects

Krehbiel (left) poses with his former high school teammate Brett Phillips during spring training. Credit: bradkrichardson.com The Diamondbacks are beginning to build for the future midway through their disastrous 2014 campaign. News came early today that the Diamondbacks traded relief pitcher Joe Thatcher and outfielder Tony Campana to the Los Angeles Angeles for two of their minor...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
July 05, 2014  |  1 Comment

Diamondbacks ship Joe Thatcher to the Angels

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have acquired Joe Thatcher from the Arizona Diamondbacks.  The deal as a whole was: LHP Joe Thatcher and OF Tony Campana to LAA, in exchange for OF Zach Borenstein and RHP Joey Krehbiel.   Today the #Angels acquired LHP Joe Thatcher and OF Tony Campana from the DBacks in exchange for OF Zach Borenstein and RHP Joey Krehbiel. — Los Angeles Angels...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Diamondbacks trade Thatcher and Campana to Angels

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim acquired left-handed relief pitcher Joe Thatcher and outfielder Tony Campana from the Arizona Diamondbacks for prospects Zach Borenstein and Joey Krehbiel according to a report by Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal. The Diamondbacks are expected to make a few trades before the July 31 deadline so the move was no surprise. Thatcher was one of three bullpen...
Via isportsweb.com
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Angels add much-needed lefty pitcher Joe Thatcher

The Angels added another much-needed left-hander to their bullpen on Saturday, acquiring Joe Thatcher and outfielder Tony Campana from the Arizona Diamondbacks. In exchange, the Angels sent two minor leaguers, outfielder Zach Borenstein and right-handed pitcher Joey Krehbiel, to Arizona. The addition of Thatcher adds a second lefty to a bullpen that at one time had none. Thatcher...
Via Fox Sports West
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Angels acquire Joe Thatcher from Diamondbacks in 4-player deal

After speculation in the past few days, the Los Angeles Angels made a move on Saturday to acquire a much needed left-handed reliever.  The main player in the deal is southpaw Joe Thatcher as he heads to Los Angeles along with reserve outfielder Tony Campana.  MLB Roster Moves tweeted out the whole deal:.@Angels acquire LHP Joe Thatcher and OF Tony Campana from @Dbacks for OF...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs send Thatcher, Campana to Angels for two minor leaguers

PHOENIX -- The Diamondbacks on Saturday acquired minor league outfielder Zach Borenstein and right-handed reliever Joey Krehbiel from the Los Angeles Angels for left-handed pitcher Joe Thatcher and Triple-A Reno outfielder Tony Campana. Borenstein will report to Double-A Mobile, while Krehbiel will be assigned to High-A Visalia. In a corresponding move, the D-backs recalled left...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs' Thatcher the consummate specialist

PHOENIX -- Joe Thatcher set a school record for 3-point shooting in high school, which goes a long way toward explaining his success as a major league reliever. The theory is the same, whether it is putting a ball in a basket or putting a smaller ball on the outside corner."It's all about repetition and having the confidence that when the ball leaves your hand, it is going...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
August 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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