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TRAYVON ROBINSON RUMORS

Dodgers bring back Trayvon Robinson on minor-league deal

The Dodgers signed a familiar name to a minor league contract as Trayvon Robinson will reportedly return to the organization that drafted him and then traded him away.Nothing is official, but Matt Eddy of Baseball America reported Friday Robinson is back in the fold as he attempts to work his way onto a major league roster once again after flaming out in Seattle. Robinson, who won...
Via Feelin' Kinda Blue
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers Bring Back Trayvon Robinson, And Remember When He Mattered?

This picture is from 2007. Robinson hit .253/.314/.311 in Single-A. Maybe we should have seen this coming. (via) Matt Eddy from Baseball America is your go-to source for minor-league signings and movement, especially if you’re interested in a bunch of guys you’ve never heard of, but today he hit us with a real blast from the past: #Dodgers sign four to minor league deals: OF...
Via Dodgers Digest
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Modell’s Thinks Trayvon Robinson, Not Brooks Robinson, Is In Cooperstown

Modell’s, the massive sporting goods retailer, has an extensive online shop where fans can buy team merchandise that they might not be able to find at one of the chain’s brick and mortar locations. As you can see from the…
Via Busted Coverage
July 15, 2013  |  Discuss

O's Trade Robert Andino For Trayvon Robinson

"Given Robert Andino's down 2012, I suggested the Orioles might want to look elsewhere for a starting second baseman for 2013 if they wanted to be competitive again. When the O's picked up Alexi Casilla, the writing was kind of on the wall Andino wasn't going to be getting a starting job with the team next season. And now, as it turns it, he won't be getting...
Via Camden Crazies
November 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Mariners trade Trayvon Robinson to the Orioles

The Seattle Mariners announced that they have sent outfielder Trayvon Robinson to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange of infielder Robert Andino. Robinson was a highly coveted prospect in the Dodgers organization that ended up in Seattle in a three-team trade that sent Erik Bedard to Boston. The 25-year old outfielder hit .221/.294/.324 with 3 HR's, 12 RBI's and a .275 wOBA...
Via PRO Rumors
November 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Seattle trades Robinson to Baltimore for Andino

Looking to add depth to the infield, the Seattle Mariners acquired versatile Robert Andino from the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday in exchange for reserve outfielder Trayvon Robinson. The trade instantly gives the Mariners an experienced infielder who can play second base, third base and shortstop. Andino is likely to fill the role held this past season by Japanese infielder Munenori...
Via AP on Fox
November 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Old Friend Alert: Trayvon Robinson

With the Dodgers arriving in Seattle for a weekend series, The Seattle Times conducted an online chat for fans with former Dodger minor leaguer, and current AAA center fielder for the Tacoma Rainiers, Trayvon Robinson. There are a few questions about the Dodgers that will be of interest for readers of this blog (for one, Trayvon considers the Dodgers more strict as an organization...
Via dodgerfan.net
June 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Trayvon Robinson must re-establish his prospect credentials

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Via Seattle Times
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Trayvon Robinson’s vision problems gives Mariners offense new hope

“Wild Thing” You Make My Heart Sing! Remember the moment from that iconic baseball movie Major League where Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn’s control issues were solved when he was given a pair of glasses?  It was funny because it was plausibly ridiculous. However fiction met reality when Trayvon Robinson rolled into camp sporting a new pair of specs. The 24 year old Robinson...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
February 17, 2012  |  Discuss

2011 Player Development: Trayvon Robinson

In this series, SeattleClubhouse takes a look at prospects that made big improvements in 2011 for the Mariners. Acquired in the Erik Bedard trade, Trayvon Robinson showed some flash at the plate and in the field for the M's in his first big league action.
Via mariners.scout.com
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss
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