Rays release Dustin McGowan

Veteran right-hander Dustin McGowan, who has been in camp with the Rays on a minor league contract, was informed by the team that he would not make the Opening Day roster and has been released, reports Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. Topkin noted (on Twitter) that out of respect to McGowan, the organization offered him the chance to remain in camp and keep working out as he searched...
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Runzler makes 'impressive' case for roster spot

Dan Runzler intensified the competition for the lone vacancy on the Giants' pitching staff Sunday by working three shutout innings in the Giants' 6-4 exhibition loss to Oakland.
March 20, 2011  |  Discuss

Runzler hopes to pitch his way into a role

Dan Runzler's future with the Giants is as a starting pitcher. Unless he becomes a long reliever. Or a lefty-on-lefty specialist. Or a setup man. Possibilities abound for Runzler, who has two enviable assets: youth and a lively arm.
March 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Runzler eager to return from DL

Two days before he will be officially reinstated from the disabled list, Dan Runzler was back in the Giants clubhouse Monday pain-free and ready to rejoin the team for the September playoff push.
August 30, 2010  |  Discuss

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