KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Seeking to improve the Royals' bench, general manager Dayton Moore signed veteran Raul Ibanez, who resurrected his career in Kansas City, and called up utility infielder Christian Colon, the team's top pick in 2010.
Ibanez, 42, will give the Royals a veteran left-handed bat off the bench for now, as well as depth in right field, left field and even first...
On Friday the Kansas City Royals designated outfielder Justin Maxwell for assignment.
Maxwell was hitting just .138/.219/.172 with no homers over his first 32 plate appearances this season before his release. He has the ability to play all three outfield spots.
Maxwell is a career .225/.312/.420 hitter with 34 home runs and 106 RBI in 337 games.
Someone will give the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Outfielder Justin Maxwell, projected to be the Royals' fourth or fifth outfielder this season, signed a one-year deal with the club, thus avoiding arbitration.
Maxwell was asking for $1.7 million, and a club source confirmed Maxwell received $1.325 million. The Royals had offered $1.075 million last week when the two sides exchanged arbitration figures.
When Justin Maxwell walked up to the plate in the 10th inning of Sunday’s game against the Rangers, anyone watching could sense that it was a big moment. Whether you were one of the thousands and Kauffman who rose to your feet or whether you were glued to the television, you could sense the enormity of the situation.
The score was tied 0-0 in the tenth inning with the bases loaded...
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Justin Maxwell's clutch, eventual game-winning homer in extra innings in the Royals' 4-3 win on Saturday set off a celebration in the Royals' dugout that resembled a team winning a playoff game.
Maxwell's teammates jumped and hugged and high-fived each other with the type of exuberance rarely seen over the years in Royal land.
by John Viril—
Recent trade acquisition Justin Maxwell proved his usefulness in only his fhird day on the roster. Locked in a 12th inning duel, Maxwell played the hero by launching a home run into the left-field seats of New York’s Citi-field to secure a 4-3 victory over the Mets. Maxwell showed exactly why general manager Dayton Moore went out and got him before the July 31...
The Houston Astros recently activated outfielder Justin Maxwell from the disabled list after was shelved by a fractured bone in his left hand. It appears that Maxwell could again miss an extended stretch, as he was forced to exit last night's contest after sustaining a mild concussion, according to Brian McTaggart of MLB.com.
Maxwell suffered the injury in the fourth inning...
Sing it with me now:
Justin Maxwell's silver hammer back to the DL was led.
Justin Maxwell's silver hammer just dove on his head.
The gif is from a redditor named knoll126 and from a tweet by @baseballreddit found here.
Two thoughts. First...ouch. Second, they should put some bubble wrap on this guy as he spends more time on the DL than most.
Houston Astros center fielder Justin Maxwell was hit in the
left hand during last night’s contest against the Seattle Mariners. While a run
scored following the HBP, the pitch also fractured the fifth metacarpal on
Maxwell’s hand, according to Brian T. Smith of The Houston Chronicle.
Maxwell was disappointed by the injury, but he told
reporters that he expects to...
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HOUSTON- Nameplates are often last on the checklist in the frenzy of player transactions, thus while Justin Maxwell was sufficiently outfitted for his Astros debut and announced his arrival with a two-run, pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning on Monday night at Minute Maid Park, the space next to the No. 22 above his locker remained blank afterward.
That logistical hazard did...