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A Few Notes on Bootcheck, Smith

On December 18, the Phillies announced through their transactions page that they signed Tony Gwynn, Dave Sappelt, Lou Marson, and Sean O’Sullivan to minor league deals. On that day, they also quietly signed RHP Chris Bootcheck and re-signed LHP Greg Smith to little fanfare. The news was first reported by Matt Eddy of Baseball America over an otherwise quiet holiday. Let’s take a...
Via Phillies Nation
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Take pictures, gather momentos, teasure each moment: The Yankees are now in the Chris Bootcheck Era

Chris Bootcheck, the 34-year-old lugnut from Scranton - by way of Anaheim and Yokohama Bay, Japan - soldiered in last night, to not only pitch the eighth inning but to personify the 2013 Yankees, a team whose symbol has morphed from a pack of fighting underdogs into a flaming bag of dog doo on your front stoop.We're left with the same decision Brian Cashman faces over the next three...

Chris Bootcheck Boot Check: Never mind

I don't think we'll do these anymore.

Bootcheck Boot Check

Chris Bootcheck pitched last night.That's right, Bootcheck. Chris Bootcheck. In Scranton. Scranton's Chris Bootcheck.

Chris Bootcheck is on fire, yes, Chris Bootcheck; it's time to thinking about Chris Bootcheck, repeating... Chris Bootcheck is on fire...

Chris Bootcheck twirled another Masterpiece Theater yesterday - seven innings, one earned run - against Lena Durham, continuing his impending assault on the Scranton RailRider record books.  That one earned run doubled his total on the year, ending his  11-inning zeros streak. And if the Disney Channel has a candidate for the miracle Yankees in 2013, make no mistake - it's not a...

Bootcheck, Ekstrom, Swindle sent down to minor league camp

Chris Bootcheck has persevered so much only to get sent down by the Tampa Bay Rays to minor league camp. Bootcheck, along with Mike Ekstrom and R.J. Swindle, are hoping to finally get an opportunity and hold down a big league job in 2011.
Via isportsweb.com
March 23, 2011  |  Discuss

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