RANDY WOLF RUMORS & GOSSIP
DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) The Toronto Blue Jays have signed 38-year-old pitcher Randy Wolf to a minor league contract.
The team announced the news Wednesday.
Wolf will join the Blue Jays' minor league spring training camp.
Wolf is 133-120 in a 15-year big league career. He was 1-3 in six games, with four starts, last season for Miami.
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13 days ago
The Toronto Blue Jays are working to finalize a minor league contract with left-hander Randy Wolf.
Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos said before Tuesday night's game against the New York Yankees that the team and Wolf are in discussions.
''It looks like we're going down that path,'' Anthopoulos said.
The 38-year old Wolf is 133-120 in 382 games, including 372 starts,...
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14 days ago
Veteran left hander Randy Wolf has signed a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Wolf, 38, will give the Blue Jays some much needed depth in the starting rotation after Marcus Stroman came down with a knee injury.
Last season Wolf pitched just 25 2/3 innings with the Miami Marlins posting a 5.26 ERA after missing all of 2013 following Tommy John surgery.
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 with...
The Arizona Diamondbacks have given pitcher Randy Wolf his release.
Wolf exercised his opt-out clause in his contract. He had been playing at Triple-A Reno making six starts with a 4.50 ERA. Wolf must have felt he had no chance of earning a call up soon from the Diamondbacks and instead simply will try to latch on elsewhere.
Upon getting his release Wolf signed on with...
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...
Randy Wolf attempted to comeback to MLB with the Seattle Mariners. Wolf made the team, but didn't want to sign a 45-day advance consent release, so he requested, and received, his release, per MLB Trade Rumors. On the free agent market, Wolf is drawing interest from three to five teams with varying levels of interest, according to MLB Daily Dish's Chris Cotillo. He could decide...
Veteran pitcher Randy Wolf reportedly said that the Seattle Mariners tried to get him to sign an “advanced consent release form” that would allow the team to release or demote him after 45 days without being on the hook for his salary. The waiver is an obscure tactic that is allowed under baseball’s Collective Bargaining Agreement and has apparently started to become more...
Randy Wolf shown the door over $1 million
There was an interesting series of events that took place on Tuesday evening in regards to what was likely the final rotation spot behind Felix Hernandez, Erasmo Ramirez, James Paxton, and Roenis Elias.
Randy Wolf had been pitching fairly well. He’d had a few HR issues, and a few too many walks but had pulled ahead of Blake Beavan for...
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Left handed pitcher Randy Wolf did not pitch in 2013. The 37-year-old wants to continue his career and there are reportedly multiple teams willing to offer the 132 game winner a contract.
Except Wolf wants a guaranteed spot on a major league roster.
Free agent LHP Randy Wolf has multiple offers from clubs, but is looking for a guaranteed roster spot.
— Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick...