JOSE MIJARES RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Boston Red Sox added some pitching depth on Friday by signing left-handed reliever Jose Mijares to a minor league contract.
Source: #RedSox sign free-agent LHP Jose Mijares to minor-league deal with invitation to major-league spring training. Out date in March.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) January 24, 2014
Mijares, 29, made his major league debut in 2008 with the Minnesota...
WHO DEALT IT?
The Giants just called up Jean Machi on Wednesday, and it looks like the reliever is already becoming fast friends with Jose Mijares. Mijares just learned a brutal, sour lesson that the silent ones are always the deadliest. By the time the hot air had risen it was too late. We don’t think he’ll be sitting next to Machi in the bullpen anymore. And here’s more of the aftermath...
Alright, so which Giants pitcher did it? Was it Jose Mijares, who’s on the left and gets blamed for the fart, or was it Jean Machi, who was on the right and smelled it first?
The world may never find out.
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Jose Mijares: a chubby Sergio Romo.
MLBtraderumors has confirmed the San Francisco Giants and Jose Mijares have agreed upon a $1.8 million contract for the 2013 season.
The 28-year-old left-hander threw for 20 and one third innings for the Giants last season, including six appearances in the postseason. Mijares spent the first 51 appearances last season with the Kansas City Royals...
Earlier today, the Giants acquired left-handed reliever Jose Mijares from the Kansas City Royals via waivers. The Giants simply claimed him off waivers and didn’t have to give up anything in return, so they basically got him for free. Mijares, 27, doesn’t hit free agency until 2015, and he’s actually having a very good season: he’s tossed 38.2 innings across 51 appearances...
The Giants claimed left-handed reliever Jose Mijares from the Kansas City Royals on Monday. Mijares, 27, is 2-2 with a 2.56 ERA in 51 relief appearances. He's under team control until 2014 and has a career ERA of 3.04 in five seasons. He spent the previous four seasons with the Minnesota Twins. The Royals didn't receive compensation in the waiver claim, according to ESPN.com.
Mike DiGiovanna, Los Angeles Angels beat writer for Los Angeles Times, tweeted this afternoon that the Angels are looking for a left-handed relief pitcher and Jose Mijares of the Kansas City Royals is on their radar.
#Angels would like to add LH reliever. Among those they've expressed interest in are #Royals' Jose Mijares and #Cardinals' Marc Rzepczynski.
Ben Nicholson-Smith of MLBTradeRumors.com asks if Jose Mijares is a possible candidate to be traded by the Kansas City Royals.With left-handed relievers a hot commodity in the MLB, Mijares has a friendly one-year deal at $925K and has bounced back from a poor 2011 season with the Twins where he saw a drop in his fastball velocity Currently, Mijares has a 2.40 ERA with 8.4 K/9 and...
KANSAS CITY, MO The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has signed left-handed relief pitcher Jose Mijares to a one-year Major League contract for 2012. Consistent with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. With the signing of the Mijares, the Royals 40-man roster stands at 40.
"We expect Jose to be a solid addition from the left side that further...
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The Minnesota Twins have decided not to offer left-hander Jose Mijares a contract for next season. The decision makes the 27-year-old reliever a free agent.
Mijares has been a regular part of the Twins' bullpen for the last four years. He was excellent in his first two seasons, emerging as a reliable left-handed specialist. But the Venezuelan reliever struggled to keep his weight...
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December 12, 2011