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MARK BUEHRLE RUMORS & GOSSIP

The Last* of Mark Buehrle

It’s over. Maybe. Mark Buehrle has told reporters this offseason that he is “not planning on playing next season but is not ready to officially announce retirement,” which is a sort of confusing follow-up to the rumors we heard in October that the 36-year-old veteran starter was planning to retire. If Buehrle does wind up pitching in 2016, it sounds like the only team that...
Via Fangraphs
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Mark Buehrle will either retire or pitch for Cardinals

Mark Buehrle had another very fine season for the Toronto Blue Jays, but he may not return to the American League team next year. In a column about the Jays’ starting pitching options in light of the team’s deal with Marco Estrada, The Toronto Sun’s Bob Elliott writes that “Buehrle will either retire or pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals, his home town team.” Buehrle...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 16, 2015  |  Discuss

So Mark Buehrle Wants To Pitch For The Cardinals

Are we finally drawing near an end to the longest flirtation in MLB history? The Toronto Sun is reporting (?) that Blue Jays free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle will either pitch for the Cardinals in 2016 or take his toys and go home: Come April, unless someone comes over the hill, the Jays will start with Stroman, Estrada, Dickey, Sanchez and Hutchison. They have made 395 lifetime starts...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
November 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Looking back at Mark Buehrle's quietly efficient career

Mark Buehrle’s last career start may not have gone as planned, but the 36-year-old has capped off another solid season to end his impressive career. Today was Mark Buehrle's 493rd career start, and it's the 1st time he didn't finish the 1st inning. — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 4, 2015 Buehrle quietly announced this week the 2015 season would be his...
Via The Outside Corner
October 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Blue Jays trying to get Mark Buehrle to 200 innings didn’t work so well

What seemed like a nice gesture and a form of tribute to Mark Buehrle’s long career turned into something of an embarrassment, and perhaps a questionable decision by Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. Buehrle was given the start in Toronto’s regular season finale versus the Rays, with the idea that the left-hander would pitch two innings and crack 200 innings for the 15th consecutive...
Via The Outside Corner
October 04, 2015  |  Discuss

What Would It Take For The Blue Jays To Re-Sign Mark Buehrle?

What will it take for the Toronto Blue Jays to convince veteran pitcher and pending free agent Mark Buehrle to keep perfecting his craft north of the border next season? Buehrle is having arguably one of the best seasons in his 16-year career as his contract is set to expire at seasons end. Buehrle has hinted about retirement and some prognosticators predict the 36-year old may...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Buehrle drank beer during World Series game he pitched

By Darryn Albert Baseball players have been known to let themselves go in the clubhouse on occasion and pop open a cold one, especially on days when they’re not in the lineup. From the mythical stories of Babe Ruth hitting 714 home runs on a steady diet of hot dogs and beer to the more recent tales of players like Jon Lester and also Roger Clemens and Jason Giambi enjoying...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Rays protest game after controversial replay decison

It’s safe to say Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon isn’t a fan of Major League Baseball’s replay system at the moment. Maddon protested Saturday afternoon’s Rays game against the Toronto Blue Jays after a controversial replay challenge in the fourth inning. During the frame, first base umpire Bill Welke initially called Rays outfielder Will Myers safe after an attempted...
Via NESN.com
August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Buehrle puts Cardinals in danger of falling below .500

One of baseball's most powerful lineups continues to fuel the Toronto Blue Jays' impressive run. Even one home run might suffice Saturday with Mark Buehrle looking to become the majors' first 11-game winner against the slumping St. Louis Cardinals. Toronto (38-24) has won six in a row and 20 of 24 following Friday's 3-1 victory in the series opener. It was also the club's 12th win...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Royals set to face old nemesis Buehrle, seeking his 10th win

After getting their prolific offense back on track, the Toronto Blue Jays have to feel good about their chances to earn a split of a four-game set with the majors' wins leader taking the mound. As Mark Buehrle looks to become baseball's first 10-game winner, the Blue Jays will try for their 16th victory in 20 games Sunday when they meet the visiting Kansas City Royals. AL East-leading...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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