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Rob Wooten re-signs with Braves

Not three weeks after being released by the Atlanta Braves, relief pitcher Rob Wooten has re-signed with the team. The 30-year-old right-hander announced his return via Twitter on Saturday: This is a crazy game! I'm excited to be signing back with the @Braves ! Blessed to be doing what I love to do. #GodIsGood #ChopOn — Rob Wooten (@RobWooten35) May 21, 2016 It is not immediately...
Via Today's Knuckleball
May 21, 2016

Braves reliever Rob Wooten has literally fulfillied his childhood dream

We all grew up wanting to be something great: an astronaut, a scientist, firefighter -- but few of us actually live out those dreams.Baseball players are probably already living out those dreams, but it looks like Rob Wooten has taken it a step further.He wanted to play for the Atlanta Braves and even has the proof:The Braves signed Wooten to a minor league deal earlier this month...
Via FOX Sports
January 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Brewers outright reliever Wooten to Triple-A Colorado Springs

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Brewers have outrighted reliever Rob Wooten to Triple-A Colorado Springs, creating another opening on Milwaukee's 40-man roster as the team juggles its pitching staff. Milwaukee planned to call up a starter from Triple-A to take the rotation spot of Wily Peralta, who could be out at least a month with a left oblique injury. The Brewers are also awaiting the...
Via Associated Press
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Brewers outright Wooten, more pitching moves upcoming

MILWAUKEE (AP) The Brewers have outrighted reliever Rob Wooten to Triple-A Colorado Springs, creating another opening on Milwaukee's 40-man roster as the team juggles its pitching staff. Milwaukee planned to call up a starter from Triple-A to take the rotation spot of Wily Peralta, who could be out at least a month with a left oblique injury. The Brewers are also awaiting the outcome...
Via Associated Press
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Brewers Recall Wooten, Thornburg Sent Down

You can’t really blame any one person but suffice it to say, the Milwaukee Brewers are struggling. In fact, struggling might be putting it lightly. A 2-12 is no one’s idea of a good start, but after a last ditch playoff push in 2014, this ball club is now depleted and came in starting 2015 already running on fumes, with major holes still needing to be filled, especially now that...
Via Baseball Essential
April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

June is a make or break month for the Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers (34-23) enter June in first place in the National League Central division, a spot they’ve held since April 5. The hot start the club had in March/April wasn’t a fluke; pitching simply began to level out in the next month. May saw the Brewers go 13-15 as the bats, combined with relatively inconsistent pitching, began to fall towards the league median. Starting...
Via isportsweb.com
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers call up Wooten, option Herrera

The Milwaukee Brewers have decided adding an arm to the overworked bullpen is worth being shorthanded on the bench, as the club recalled right-hander Rob Wooten from Triple-A Nashville. Utility man Ellian Herrera, who was covering the Brewers in right field with Ryan Braun out, was optioned to Nashville to make room. The Brewers are in desperate need of a fresh arm after taxing the...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
May 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers recall Figaro, option Wooten to Triple-A

Needing reinforcements in the bullpen after Sunday's 14-inning game, the Milwaukee Brewers optioned right-hander Rob Wooten to Triple-A Nashville and recalled right-hander Alfredo Figaro. Figaro has a 5.00 ERA in nine innings for Nashville this season, with all five of the earned runs against him coming over two of his seven outings. The 29-year-old appeared in 33 games and made...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Relievers Wooten, Wang struggle late in loss to Pirates

A quick glance at the final score would make it hard to believe the Milwaukee Brewers were tied with the Pittsburgh Pirates heading to the seventh inning Thursday night. After Yovani Gallardo grinded through six innings to keep the game tied at 2-2 without his best stuff, relievers Rob Wooten and Wei-Chung Wang got lit up for nine runs in two innings in a 11-2 loss to the Pirates...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers call up reliever Rob Wooten

MILWAUKEE -- Though he was disappointed to be the last one cut from the Milwaukee Brewers' bullpen, Rob Wooten knew moping about it was only going to keep him in Triple-A even longer. So the right-hander went to Nashville and retired all nine batters he faced and picked up three saves in three outings. That made the Brewers' decision to bring Wooten up an easy one after Brandon Kintzler...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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