This week’s edition of “Awesome Stat Lines from Around the World” features a player you are probably familiar with: Jose Contreras. The long-time Major League pitcher got cut during spring training by the Rangers and signed on with Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League.
Jose Contreras was released by the Texas Rangers last week, but he is not ready to retire from baseball, according to MLB Daily Dish's Chris Cotillo.Source: Jose Contreras is not retiring following release from #Rangers. Currently pitching in Mexico w/ Tijuana, looking for opps. in Japan.— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) April 6, 2014 Contreras didn't make the Rangers out...
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) The Texas Rangers have assigned infielder Brent Lillibridge to minor league camp and released Jose Contreras, the 42-year-old right-hander they had already said wouldn't make the team.
Jose Contreras signed a minor league deal with the Texas Rangers this past winter in hopes of continuing his major league career. The Rangers are looking for pitchers to fill the open holes they have from injuries to Matt Harrison & Mark Holland but it appears Contreras will not be one to fill them. From Steve Adams of MLB Trade Rumors:"The Rangers have informed right...
The Texas Rangers added some veteran presence to its deep farm system today, signing relievers, Jose Contreras and Nate Adcock, and outfielder, Bryan Peterson, to minor league deals. The most notable name of the trio is Conteras’, who had a successful 2010 relief campaign with the Phillies when he pitched to 3.34 ERA in 56.2 innings.
Now 42-years-old, Contreras is nothing more...
Jose Contreras, the Cuban right-hander who turns 42 on Friday, has signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers that includes a non-roster invitation to major league spring training.
Contreras spent last season with the Pittsburgh and Boston organizations. He had ligament replacement surgery on his right elbow in June 2012 and spent last spring rehabbing before making seven...
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December 05, 2013