Mitchell Boggs re-signs with White Sox

After being unsuccessful in locating another major league job, Mitchell Boggs has rejoined the White Sox on a minor league deal. Scott Merkin of reported the re-signing, as Boggs will report to Triple-A to start the season. He will provide bullpen depth should one of Chicago’s relievers go down with an injury. Boggs appeared in 7 games with the White Sox in Spring Training...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox rumors: Mitchell Boggs released from Chicago

The Chicago White Sox released Mitchell Boggs early this morning granting him his unconditional release. Boggs signed with the White Sox for just over $1 Million just over a month ago on February 7th and the team decided to cut their losses early. In seven appearances through Spring Training, Boggs recorded only 6.1 innings pitched, allowed 11 hits and 9 earned runs netting him a...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Cards ship Boggs to Colorado

ST. LOUIS -- Mitchell Boggs wont be pitching for the Cardinals again but he could return to the majors soon after being traded to the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday. Unable to agree with the Rockies on a player in return for Boggs, the Cardinals will receive 206,000 from the Rockies that can be used in signing international players. Specifically, the Rockies sent the Cardinals their...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinals news: St. Louis trades Mitchell Boggs to Colorado

The St. Louis Cardinals were very busy, creating news twice on Tuesday afternoon. First they released bench player and veteran Ty Wigginton, eating the veterans two-year, five million contract. Then, they made news again by trading reliever Mitchell Boggs to the Colorado Rockies in exchange for international slot money. #cardinals trade Mitchell Boggs to Colorado for additional international...
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July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: Breaking down the future of Mitchell Boggs – Cruddy Show #80

Obviously, Thursday night was a painful one for St. Louis Cardinals fans, but it was even more painful for the goat of the night, Mitchell Boggs. At this point, you know that Mitchell Boggs was asked to pitch the treacherous ninth inning by skipper Mike Matheny. At this point you know that he allowed a game-tying bomb off the bat of Jeff Francouer. At this point you know that he...
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June 01, 2013  |  Discuss

What should the Cardinals do with Mitchell Boggs?

As St. Louis Cardinals fans saw late Thursday night, reliever Mitchell Boggs took his third blown save of the season and first since his two-week banishment to Memphis earlier this month. His ninth-inning home run allowed to Kansas City’s Jeff Francoeur eliminated Michael Wacha’s first St. Louis win. Since his return from Triple-A, the 29-year-old Boggs has allowed three earned...
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May 31, 2013  |  2 Comments

What might be wrong with Mitchell Boggs?

One of Major League Baseball’s most reliable set up men in 2012 was Mitchell Boggs. The St. Louis Cardinals right-hander led the National League with 34 holds, setting a Cardinals team record in the process. His 17.1 percentage of inherited runners scoring was seventh-lowest in the league and his ERA of 2.21 was sixth-best. Boggs had one streak of over two months, covering 23...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
April 22, 2013  |  1 Comment

Boggs' historic run backs up preseason talk

ST. LOUIS Mitchell Boggs has certainly backed up his preseason talk. The hard-throwing reliever made headlines over the winter when he said at the Cardinals' annual Winter Warm-Up charity event that he felt he could compete with anybody in the league and expected to be "really good" this year. Coming from a guy who was demoted to Triple-A for part of last season...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Boggs looking to back-up talk

JUPITER, Fla. Cardinals reliever Mitchell Boggs made headlines in January when he didn't shy away from putting high expectations on himself for the upcoming season. Boggs, who was demoted to Triple-A for part of last season and was rarely used down the stretch, said at the team's annual Winter Warm-Up that he felt he could compete with anyone in the league and expected...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Boggs: I can compete with anybody

ST. LOUIS Mitchell Boggs is talking a pretty strong game. Hell get a chance to start backing it up in less than two weeks. Fresh off a disappointing season that saw him lose a chance at closing before eventually being demoted to Triple-A for a few weeks, the hard-throwing Boggs is out to prove hes a much better pitcher than hes showed so far. My thought process heading into this...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 07, 2012  |  Discuss

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