RYAN WEBB RUMORS & GOSSIP
Player of the Game
Unlike the three relievers who stumbled through the sixth inning, Ryan Webb was able to get batters out tonight without allowing other batters to reach base. Webb pitched two innings, the seventh and eighth, and they (along with the third) were two of the only three runnerless innings for Indians pitching all game. After two ground outs in the seventh, Webb seemed...
Roster Update: On Monday, the Indians signed AAA reliever Ryan Webb, who had been released by the Dodgers. Because of some odd moves, the Dodgers will receive the 74th pick in the 2015 draft from the Orioles for Webb and will pay his $2.75M salary for the year, making anything he does for the Clippers or Indians this year free of charge.
In slightly bigger roster news, Shaun Marcum...
CLEVELAND (AP) The Indians signed free agent right-hander Ryan Webb to a minor league contract and assigned him to Triple-A Columbus.
Webb has gone 16-18 with a 3.38 ERA in six seasons with San Diego, Miami and Baltimore. The Orioles traded him to the Los Angeles Dodgers last week and he was released by the team on Monday.
The 29-year-old has appeared in 317 career games. He pitched...
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April 13, 2015
PHOENIX (AP) The Los Angeles Dodgers have optioned right-hander Ryan Webb to Triple-A Oklahoma.
The 29-year-old Webb was acquired in a trade with Baltimore on Thursday and did not join the Dodgers on a trip to Arizona for a three-game series.
Webb has appeared in 87 games over six seasons in the majors, going 16-18 with a 3.38 ERA with stops in San Diego and Miami. He went 3-3 with...
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April 12, 2015
The Baltimore Orioles solved a lingering roster problem on Thursday by trading right-handed reliever Ryan Webb and the #74 pick in the June Amateur Draft to the Los Angeles Dodgers for a pair of minor leaguers. Webb had been removed from Baltimore’s active roster last week. He passed through waivers without being claimed due to the $2.7 million remaining on his contract. The Orioles...
Say this for the new front office: They do not mess around. After only three games (and one bullpen implosion), the Dodgers have apparently made a move, sending minor league catcher Chris O’Brien and reliever Ben Rowen to Baltimore for reliever Ryan Webb, minor league catcher Brian Ward, and a competitive balance pick, No. 74 overall in the upcoming draft, giving the Dodgers four...
The Baltimore Orioles have signed free agent right-hander Ryan Webb to a two-year contract.
Webb had a 2.91 ERA with the Miami Marlins in 2012 and reached career highs with 66 games, 80 1-3 innings and 54 strikeouts. He was 2-6 for the Marlins.
The 27-year-old Webb was originally selected in the fourth round of the 2004 amateur draft by Oakland.
In five major league seasons, Webb...
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December 10, 2013
Ryan Webb was one last week’s more surprising non-tenders. Miami decided Webb wasn’t worth his projected $1.5 million salary, according to Matt Swartz’s arbitration projections. In the past two seasons, Webb was worth 1.2 wins for the Marlins while working in 131 games. But don’t feel bad for Webb. He didn’t stay unemployed long: Baltimore added the reliever on a two-year...
The Marlins announced that they non-tendered right-handed reliever Ryan Webb and outfielder Chris Coghlan by Monday's midnight deadline, making them free agents.
It can then be assumed they did tender contracts to the other five arbitration-eligible players: slugger Giancarlo Stanton, first baseman Logan Morrison, closer Steve Cishek, lefty reliever Mike Dunn and outfielder Justin...
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Chris Coghlan, the 2009 NL Rookie of the Year, became a free agent when the Miami Marlins failed to offer him a 2014 contract by Monday's midnight deadline.
In addition to letting the outfielder go, the Marlins also didn't offer a deal to right-hander Ryan Webb.
After hitting .321 with nine homers and 47 RBIs to win the rookie award, Coghlan has been limited by injuries to 91,...
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December 03, 2013