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RANDY WOLF RUMORS & GOSSIP

Veteran Randy Wolf granted release from D-backs' contract

PHOENIX -- Randy Wolf's career as a Diamondback is over before it ever truly began. The Diamondbacks on Wednesday granted the veteran left-hander his release after Wolf exercised the out clause in his minor league contract. Shortly after the D-backs announced Wolf's release, multiple reports indicated Wolf would sign with the Miami Marlins.  Wolf signed a minor-league deal...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

D-backs sign veteran pitcher Wolf to minor league deal

The Diamondbacks added a potential rotation option Friday when they signed veteran left-hander Randy Wolf to a minor league contract. The 37-year-old Wolf had won a starting spot in spring training with the Mariners, but when the team tried to renegotiate the terms of his contract, he requested and was granted his release. Wolf, who is 132-117 with a 4.20 ERA in his 14-year career...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Orioles Sign Randy Wolf

The Baltimore Orioles apparently have signed free-agent lefty and recent Brewer Randy Wolf.  It didn't take long for Wolf to find a new team.  Wolf will be pitching in the AL for the first time, although as of now it's unclear if he's joined Baltimore to fortify a young rotation or to help from the bullpen.  The Orioles were among the suspected suitors for Wolf in...
Via Brewers Bar
August 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Orioles Throw Spaghetti, End Up With Randy Wolf

While the Orioles bullpen has continued to keep them in the playoff race, the Orioles rotation has been a bit of a patchwork job all year long, and so today, they’ve reportedly signed a new patch named Randy Wolf. While you can perhaps make a case for a change-of-scenery helping give players a fresh start, it’s hard to imagine Wolf is going to be anything besides a bad pitcher...
Via Fangraphs
August 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Bernie Brewer wishes Randy Wolf happy birthday, pitcher released shortly after

You know how beleaguered coaches dread receiving a “vote of confidence” from a team’s owner in the press after the media has been stalking the coach like a wounded animal, soon to be put out of its misery? And more often than not, the so-called vote of confidence is merely a stalling tactic until the owner [...]
Via Sportress of Blogitude
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss
PARTY POOPER

Brewers P gets bad news on birthday

The Brewers gave a really bad birthday gift to one of their players. To be fair, they probably don't consider it a present.

Via The Victory Formation
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Brewers no longer hungry for the Wolf

The Brewers released Randy Wolf today. A curious move considering they are about to shut down two starters, but an understandable move nonetheless. Randy Wolf has not been very good in 2011. He has been unlucky, but luck can only account for so much. Anyone who has watched him pitch this season knows that no matter how hard he worked or how well he was throwing, he was always hittable...
Via Miller Park Drunk
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Randy Wolf Gets Birthday Present From Brewers in the Form of His Release

Birthdays are cool when you're a kid, and as you get a little bit older, they mark milestones here and there. You know, like how 16 means you can drive, 18 allows you to buy scratch tickets and 21 means you can drink -- legally. But as you get older, birthdays start to suck, for obvious reasons. It's probably safe to say that Randy Wolf has never had a birthday suck as the...
Via NESN.com
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss
SLOWER THAN MOLASSES

Brewers P Randy Wolf threw a 49 mph pitch

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Randy Wolf threw a curveball that was so slow that it only registered at 49 miles per hour on the Miller Park radar gun during Wednesday night's game against the Cincinnati Reds. It was a 2-2 pitch to Reds batter Brandon Phillips in the top of the sixth inning which was more worthy of a softball or Little League game than a major league game...
Via Holdout Sports
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Wolf says Brewers focused, with blinders on

Brewers veteran Randy Wolf first broke into the big leagues in 1999, with the Phillies. At this point, he's a veteran of 14 spring trainings. So, when Wolf assesses a Cactus League season, it carries some weight. Thus, Milwaukee fans should be pleased when they hear Wolf describe the vibe around his clubhouse as "positive." According to the 35-year-old lefthander, the...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 03, 2012  |  Discuss
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