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Diamondbacks recall Nick Evans from Reno

The Diamondbacks recalled infielder/outfielder Nick Evans from Triple-A Reno on Friday. He replaces pitcher Zeke Spruill on the 25-man roster. Evans, 28, appeared in eight games for the Diamondbacks earlier this season, with one hit in 11 at-bats. The hit was a home run. He has a .354 batting average with 18 doubles, 11 home runs and 47 RBI in 51 games for Reno. Spruill pitched four...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Nick Evans living his dream playing for Arizona Diamondbacks

(Courtesy of azcentral.com) Nick Evans was only 12 years old when the Diamondbacks arrived in Arizona, the inaugural season for the team. It was then that his love for the Diamondbacks blossomed, after attending his first game on March 31st of that year. “I was a big fan growing up” Nick Evans becomes the eighth Arizona-born player to play for the Diamondbacks in team history...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs call up St. Mary's product Nick Evans

PHOENIX -- Nick Evans truly was living his personalized dream, the one he first had when he was 12, as he joined the Diamondbacks on Tuesday. A Valley native and baseball junkie, Evans was in the house for the first game in D-backs' history in 1998, and he made it to one of their 2001 World Series victories. Now his Chase Field memories include playing there. "To say it...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Native Nick Evans Gets A Call Up With The DBacks

  The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned outfielder Alfredo Marte today and called up first baseman/outfielder Nick Evans to take his place. Evans is a born and raised Arizona native, born in Glendale and attending St. Mary’s High School in Phoenix. He was drafted in the fifth round by the New York Mets in 2004. He played a total of 159 games between 2008-2011 for them with a .256...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs minor leaguer Evans named PCL player of the week

Diamondbacks minor leaguer and Triple-A Reno Aces infielder Nick Evans was named the Pacific Coast League player of the week on Monday for the week of May 5-11. Evans hit .483 with seven extra-base hits, six runs and a minor league-best 15 RBI last week, including three consecutive games with four or more RBI and six straight multi-hit games. Evans, who also extended his streak to...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Evans Hopes to Click with New Organization

BRADENTON — After spending the past eight seasons with the New York Mets, infielder Nick Evans decided to switch organizations this year. The 26-year-old infielder has spent parts of the last four seasons in the Majors with New York, posting a .256 career average over 159 big league games. This offseason, however, Evans was looking for a new opportunity, and after talking to the...
Via Pirates Prospects
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Morning Grind: Mets Will Regret Letting Nick Evans Slip Away

Given the financial situation the Mets are currently in, holding on to a guy like Nick Evans should have been a no-brainer. Not only would Evans have been a quality bat and add much-needed depth to a very thin, not-so-Amazin’ roster, but come at a relatively inexpensive price. This 25-year old has been up and down from the minors so many times with the Mets that I don’t blame...
Via Mets Merized Online
November 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Evans signs with Pirates

Photo by Michael Baron The Nick Evans torture treatment has finally come to an end, Evans probably should have been a regular on the bench for the last three seasons.  Instead Evans was the first option to be sent down or placed on options.  For whatever reason Nick was under appreciated in the Mets organization and was never given a fair chance. Pittsburgh is the perfect landing...
Via Mets Fever
November 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Nick Evans Leaves Mets Behind (Finally)

The Mets have lost two players in the last few days who spent much of the season either with the Mets, or shuttling back and forth between Flushing and Buffalo. Jason Pridie signed with the Oakland A's after clearing waivers. Pridie chose to become a free agent, and wasn't unemployed for very long. Pridie played well defensively in both RF and CF; a much better outfielder...
Via Long Island Met Fan
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Nick Evans has declared free agency

According to Andy Martino of the Daily News, Nick Evans has declared free agency, and will seek out opportunities with another organization. Earlier this week, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York said Evans had cleared waivers and was expected to become a free agent after being outrighted to the minors last week. In 59 games with the Mets this past season, Evans hit .256 with four home runs...
Via Matthew Cerrone's Mets Blog
November 16, 2011  |  Discuss
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