Miguel Cabrera entered Friday afternoon needing four hits to reach 2,000 for his career. He got there in style, finishing off his 4-for-5 day — in a 10-4 Detroit Tigers win over the Baltimore Orioles — with a two-run shot to left field off reliever Ryan Webb.
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WHO'S CLOSING?: The biggest question heading into camp is who will handle the job of closer, an opening created by Executive Vice President Dan Duquette's decision to trade Jim Johnson to Oakland rather than pay the right-hander top dollar as the reigning AL saves leader.
''Jim is going to be missed...
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February 13, 2014
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On Tuesday, Steve Adams reported on MLB Trade Rumors that right-handed reliever Ryan Webb signed with Baltimore. Terms of the deal are two years, $4.5 million.
On Baseball-Reference.com, it notes that Webb has five years MLB experience. He originally reached the majors with San Diego (2009-10) before going to Florida/Miami (2011-13). He and Edward Mujica...
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 Baltimore Orioles have signed relief pitcher Ryan Webb to a two-year deal.
Webb, 27, was non-tendered by the Miami Marlins this week after the club decided against going to arbitration with him. Projections had Webb getting just $1.5 million in arbitration and now the right hander will get $4.5 million over two seasons.
While Webb will be a fine addition to the bullpen...
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...
The Miami Marlins non-tendered reliever Ryan Webb and outfielder Chris Coghlan.
Webb, 27, should have no trouble finding a new home after posting a 2.91 ERA and a 1.21 WHIP over 80 1/3 innings of work in 2013. While he does not rack up the strike out numbers he has more than made up for it with ground balls.
In addition to Webb the Marlins opted to non-tender for NL...
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