RONNY CEDENO RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Phillies have released backup infielder Ronny Cedeno, according to multiple reports on Twitter. He was hitting .182/.250/.273 in 13 games this Spring. After Kevin Frandsen was sent down on Sunday, the backup infielder spot on the bench is down to just two candidates: Cesar Hernandez and Reid Brignac. Freddy Galvis remains sidelined with a MRSA infection.
Infielder Ronny Cedeno has agreed to a minor league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Cedeno, whose deal was announced Monday, is joining his seventh team in 10 years He is a .246 hitter with 40 homers and 239 RBIs in 868 games.
The 30-year-old has played for the Chicago Cubs, Seattle, Pittsburgh, New York Mets, Houston and San Diego. He's played shortstop most of his...
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January 13, 2014
The St. Louis Cardinals released infielder Ronny Cedeno on Tuesday afternoon after it was clear that former first round draft pick Pete Kozma had won the job at shortstop. With Kozma in control at shorstop, Cedeno became expendable.
In an effort to find more offense off the bench, Cedeno was released, in essence, to make room for power-hitting first baseman Matt Adams. For all...
For St. Louis Cardinals fans, this has been one of the most uninteresting offseasons of all time. Names such as Randy Choate do not generate much excitement. And neither do names such as Ronny Cedeno and Ty Wiggington!
One explanation is simple: roster depth. But the Cardinals farm system is now ranked #1… Is there not enough depth in the farm to avoid signing players like this...
The St. Louis Cardinals added to their infield depth on Monday, reaching agreement with free agent Ronny Cedeno on a one-year, $1.15 million contract.
The deal also includes $850,000 in performance bonuses, bringing the maximum value to $2 million, according to a major league source.
Cedeno, who turns 30 on Feb. 2, likely will compete with Daniel Descalso and Ryan Jackson at second...
The St. Louis Cardinals have added veteran infielder Ronny Cedeno. Cedeno, who will turn 30 in a few days, spent last season with the New York Mets.
In St. Louis, Cedeno will occupy a bench spot. His addition will provide insurance in the event that Rafael Furcal suffers another injury. Furcal appeared in 121 games last season for the Cardinals, his most since 2009.
With the Mets...
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Photo by Michael BaronBack-up middle infielder Ronny Cedeno should return from an oblique injury on Friday. Cedeno is a serviceable temporary starter and a solid defensive bench player. Turner is a solid bat off the bench but he just doesn't have the range to play short on a daily basis. Of course, this means that Valdespin will be the odd man out and after his late inning...
The Pittsburgh Pirates might discuss a new deal with shortstop Ronny Cedeno, according to Ben Nicholson-Smith of MLB Trade Rumors. The Pirates declined Cedeno’s $3 M option, paying the $200 K buyout instead. We’ve also heard that they’re looking at Ramon Santiago, so clearly the team is prioritizing defense at shortstop over added offensive production.
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Should the Pirates buy out Ronny Cedeno's option?
MLB Trade Rumors has been releasing their 2012 Free Agent and Trade Market reviews, and looked at the shortstop position in their most recent update. Among the updates, they listed Ronny Cedeno as a guy who could have his option declined by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Two weeks ago I looked at the shortstop options on the market...