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SF Giants Rumors: Kickham’s Debut, Scott Proctor Retires

It wasn’t a nice two game road trip in Oakland for the San Francisco Giants. They got swept in the two-game set, and Mike Kickham started off his major league career with a loss. Kickham only lasted 2.1 innings and gave up 4 earned runs in his debut. “Obviously, I came into it expecting a little heightened emotions but I was able to do a better job than I thought I would (keeping...

Scott Proctor: Alcohol, not Torre’s overuse, derailed career

Scott Proctor is attempting to land back on a Major League roster this season with the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants. He hasn’t had any measure of success in the league since 2007, when he played for the rival Dodgers. Prior to that, he had what could be a described as a love-hate relationship with New York Yankees fans, as he was the most used pitcher on...
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March 02, 2013  |  Discuss

This week, the smartest team in baseball signed Scott Proctor

I know what you're thinking: Scott Proctor? Noooo! He's dead. We all saw Joe Torre shoot him! Between the eyes. We saw it!Me no think. Me just report. Scott Proctor has been signed by the San Francisco Giants.I still remember him dealing with a tough outing by piling all his belongings at home plate, dousing them with lighter fluid and striking a match. That's juju, folks...
January 06, 2013  |  Discuss

SF Giants Rumors: Scott Proctor and Ryan Sadowski Leave Korea To Sign With The Giants Organization

We learned yesterday that the San Francisco Giants dipped in the Korea Baseball Organization to snag veteran pitcher Scott Proctor.   Andrew Baggarly of reports (via Twitter) that the Giants also signed another pitcher who pitched in Korea last season. Ryan Sadowski who pitched for the Lotte Giants in 2012, signed with the Giants organization on December 10, 2012...

Korean Saves King Signs With Giants

Yes, it's true.  And, yes, the title of this post was specifically written to make you think it WASN'T about Scott Proctor signing with the San Francisco Giants...but, alas, it is.According to his agent, Mark Rodgers, the soon-to-be-36-year-old righty inked a deal to play for the World Champs late Monday night."For a veteran player like Scott, if he does what he is...
Via Hall of Very Good
January 02, 2013  |  Discuss

SF Giants Rumors: Scott Proctor Inks Minor League Deal With Giants

Mike Graham of (News Channel 5 in West Palm Beach, Florida) reports that the San Francisco Giants have signed veteran pitcher Scott Proctor to a minor league deal. Proctor will also get an invite to Spring Training, and have a chance to compete and make the Opening Day Roster.   Proctor’s agent (Mark Rodgers) said the Giants contacted them once they found out that Proctor...

Scott Proctor signs minor league deal with Giants

Relief pitcher Scott Proctor has signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants in hopes of continuing his baseball career stateside. According to Proctor’s agent the 36-year-old right hander has been invited to spring training. He last pitched at the major league level in 2011 with the Yankees. Proctor spent last year pitching in the Korean Baseball Organization...
January 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Scott Proctor signs with Korean team

South Korea's Doosan Bears say they have signed former New York Yankees pitcher Scott Proctor. The Doosan Bears said Thursday that Proctor signed a one-year, $300,000 contract to play for the team in 2012. The club says Proctor will join the team's offseason training due to start in Arizona next week. The 35-year-old Proctor went 18-16 with a 4.78 ERA during his seven years...
Via AP on Fox
January 12, 2012  |  Discuss

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