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Corey Oswalt’s 8 K’s Pace Cyclones In Series Opening Win

Corey Oswalt recorded a career-high eight strikeouts in the Cyclones’ win Tuesday night. (Photo by Jim Mancari BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Talk about a complete 360-degree turnaround. Just one night after an embarrassing loss, the Brooklyn Cyclones (3-2) excelled in all facets of the game Tuesday night at MCU Park in Coney Island, as they notched a 5-1 victory over the Hudson Valley Renegades...
Via Mets Merized Online
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Oswalt, Lance Berkman retire as Houston Astros

There are some franchises that just do it the right way.  The Houston Astros are, believe it or not, one of those franchises. First, during their home opener, they set the tone for what’s going to be a long season of Derek Jeter celebrations by giving the retiring shortstop some parting gifts.  And while I don’t ever see the New York Yankees captain ever wearing a cowboy hat...
Via Hall of Very Good
April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Astros News: Lance Berkman, Roy Oswalt retire

Former Houston Astros stars Lance Berkman and Roy Oswalt signed one-day contracts and officially retied with the ball club Saturday night, according to Alyson Footer of MLB.com. The contracts made financial sense for the team (salary: $0) and symbolic sense for a fan base that for 10 solid years watched Berkman and Oswalt blossom into elite, All-Star-caliber players. The two helped...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Oswalt visits Astros camp

Recently retired Astros pitcher Roy Oswalt wasn't tempted to rethink his retirement when he dropped by Houston's camp on Thursday. He was, however, reminded by Roger Clemens that retirement doesn't necessarily mean the end of a career. Oswalt joked: ''Roger came in and told me anyone can retire once, so he may be challenging me. I don't know.'' Joking aside, the three-time All...
Via AP on Fox
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Oswalt retires, ending his career far too soon

On Tuesday, long-time Houston Astros starting pitcher Roy Oswalt retired at the age of just 36. There will be no serious Hall of Fame discussion about Oswalt, and that's probably justified, but Oswalt's career looked like it was on a Hall of Fame track before it was derailed later on. Oswalt finished in the top five of NL Cy Young voting five times in the first six years of...
Via The Outside Corner
February 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Oswalt retiring after 13 seasons in majors

Right-hander Roy Oswalt is retiring after 13 major league seasons. Oswalt's agent, Bob Garber, confirmed Oswalt's retirement Tuesday and said the pitcher would come to work for his agency. Oswalt, 36, had a 163-102 career record with a 3.36 ERA. His best season came with Houston in 2004, when he went 20-10 with a 3.49 ERA. The durable righty - a three-time All-Star and 2006 NL...
Via AP on Fox
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Looking Back: How Good Was Roy Oswalt?

For an entire decade, Roy Oswalt was synonymous with elite pitching.  Outside of his rookie season and the 2003 season, Oswalt proved healthy and started at least 30 games.  From 2001 until the 2010 MLB season, 7 pitchers started more games and only CC Sabathia & Roy Halladay won more games.  He only struck out 200 hitters in a season twice ('02, '04) but Roy Oswalt finished...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Oswalt retires from baseball

Roy Oswalt has retired from baseball. Oswalt, 36, will finish his career with a 163-102 career record with a 3.36 ERA and a 1.21 WHIP over 13 big league seasons. A perennial Cy Young candidate during the first half of his career with the Houston Astros, Oswalt was a three time All-Star. He last pitched a full season in 2010 and struggled during nine games with Colorado last season...
Via Tireball.com
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

No Marshall, no problem; welcome Logan Boone

It was the perfect fit, one of those rare times the Colorado Rockies were going to catch the break they needed. And as quickly as the opportunity came it faded; Sean Marshall was gone. The Cincinnati Reds lefty dissolved due to health concerns, and that left the Rockies bullpen issues unresolved, for a minute. While many were quick to call it a huge blow to the Rockies offseason...
Via isportsweb.com
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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