QUINTIN BERRY RUMORS

Baltimore Orioles agree to a Minor League deal with Quintin Berry

The Baltimore Orioles have announced that they have signed outfielder Quintin Berry to a minor-league contract that includes an invitation to Spring Training. The left-handed hitter is going in to his age twenty-nine season, where he will be looking to finally find a consistent organization home. Berry, 29, made his major league debut two years ago with the Detroit Tigers, hitting...
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January 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Quintin Berry Laments Lack of Facial Hair, Says ‘My Momma Did It to Me’ (Video)

More than a dozen Red Sox players will bring along thick, bushy beards when they take the the field Wednesday night for Game 1 of the World Series. Quintin Berry will not be one of them. The pinch-running specialist is one of the few Sox to remain clean-shaven throughout this season, standing out in a dugout full of bearded giants. But unlike Koji Uehara, who shaves voluntarily,...
Via NESN.com
October 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Quintin Berry Makes Impact Against Yankees, Shows Why He Could Be Valuable Pickup by Red Sox

Quintin Berry might only have one role with the Red Sox this season. But it’s an important role. Berry, who was acquired in exchange for pitcher Clayton Mortensen last week, figures to be the Red Sox’ go-to pinch runner down the stretch and likely into the postseason if all goes well over the final month of the regular season. As we saw Thursday, Berry could really leave a mark...
Via NESN.com
September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Despite struggles, Quintin Berry is ready to help Boston Red Sox organziation

 It’s not every day that you have a professional baseball player that was a member of the a team that played in the World Series less than a year ago be a part of your Triple-A ball club. That is the case for former Detroit Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry who is looking to have an impact on the Boston Red Sox if called up in September. After a solid rookie campaign in 2012 with...
Via CLNS Radio
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Tigers designate Berry for assignment

Tiger fans hoping to see Quintin Berry back in the majors, clapping his hands after an infield single, had their hopes dashed Sunday morning. Detroit announced a minor trade, re-acquiring minor-league third baseman Francisco Martinez from Seattle for cash or a player to be named later, but the key part of the move was the next step. To put Martinez on the 40-man roster, they designated...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Berry living dream after nearly ending it

DETROIT -- Not long ago, Quintin Berry almost gave up on baseball and searched for a "real job." Instead, he stuck with his dream and is now headed to the World Series with the Detroit Tigers. "I'm just trying to take this in," Berry said. "It is all a little hard for me to believe." This past offseason, Berry was released by his fourth team in...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Quintin Berry: Yankee Stadium is a very easy place to play after Oakland

Yankee Stadium is not the hostile environment it once was. Since the new park opened with higher ticket and concession prices, empty seats on game day have become a common theme. Some of that emptiness has carried over into the playoffs, and Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry said that has made New York a comfortable city to play in.“This is a very easy place to play now,” Berry...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Quintin Berry’s historic, mediocre, and unappreciated season

Story written by: Jake Exline While Detroit Tigers’ outfielder Quintin Berry may have had somewhat below average season if you just look at his stats, he has made the best of his opportunity and accomplished quite a rare, historic feat. Berry has achieved something that has only been accomplished 4 times in Major League Baseball history. According to Baseball-Almanac.com, Berry’s...
Via The Majors Detroit
October 05, 2012  |  Discuss

A message from Quintin Berry

Quintin Berry was supposed to be a stopgap measure for the Detroit Tigers when their starting center fielder, Austin Jackson, went on the disable list with an oblique injury. What Berry has turned into is a don't-stop-believin' story. Up until late May, Berry was a career minor-leaguer. Philadelphia, San Diego, Cincinnati and the New York Mets had all given up on Berry...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Berry needs to stay in Detroit

DETROIT -- There is an unsettling notion flying around Comerica Park and it goes a little something like this: Quintin Berry's roster spot is still up in the air. No, it's true. Even after this scalding cup of coffee has managed to inject a little life into the Tigers over the last couple of weeks. Quintin Berry is fast. He plays his tail off. His swing is improving. Most...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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