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Dee Gordon among players moving to Rep 1 agency

Mariners center fielder Dee Gordon is among the notable players that will be joining Rep 1 Baseball, the agency announced today. Veteran agent Nate Heisler has joined the Rep 1 ranks as a vice president, bringing with him an array of clients.In addition to Gordon, the players going with Heisler to his new agency include major leaguers Liam Hendriks and Chase Whitley. Several prospects...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Dee Gordon rips into Marlins

There is no trying to hide what the Miami Marlins are doing this offseason. And, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred also isn’t hiding his thoughts on the matter. But, his thoughts aren’t stopping players from speaking out. Players such as Dee Gordon, who would spend the past three seasons in Miami. Of course, he goes into greater detail.“It’s almost – I’m not even going to say almost....
Via The Sports Post
December 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Marlins’ Christian Yelich sends cryptic tweet amid Stanton rumors

As the Miami Marlins prepare to ship Giancarlo Stanton to New York, one must wonder what current Marlins players are thinking.One, outfielder Christian Yelich, gave us a glimpse of that thought process. The 26-year-old sent a rather cryptic tweet on Saturday as the Stanton rumors intensified to the point where it was being widely reported that a deal was done.Yelich’s tweet was a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Dee Gordon posts thank you to Miami after trade to Mariners

Dee Gordon is headed for a new team and a new position.Gordon was traded from Miami to Seattle on Thursday in exchange for three minor leaguers. The Mariners also acquired $1 million in international pool money as part of the deal, which they could use to entice Shohei Ohtani to sign with them.Upon being traded, Gordon shared the following image and caption on Twitter and Instagram...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Mariners now have most money to offer Shohei Ohtani

Just when you thought the Seattle Mariners had done everything possible to give themselves the best shot at landing Shohei Ohtani, they go out and do more.The Mariners on Thursday acquired Dee Gordon from the Miami Marlins. In exchange, Seattle sent Miami Robert Dugger, Nick Neidert and Christopher Torres. One really interesting note from the trade is that the Mariners acquired ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Mariners acquire All-Star Dee Gordon from the Marlins

Let the firesale commence. With rumors swirling about that the new Miami Marlins ownership group is set to cut a ton of payroll, the first shoe has apparently dropped.No. It’s not Giancarlo Stanton. Instead, The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal is reporting that Miami has traded two-time All-Star infielder Dee Gordon to the Seattle Mariners. Gordon, 29, hit a robust .308 with an NL-best...
Via Sportsnaut
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Marlins may make multi-year contract offer to Dee Gordon

The Miami Marlins are very happy with what they got from Dee Gordon last year, and they would like to see much more of what he can do for the team. According to The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, the Marlins “will explore making a multi-year offer” to Gordon, who is the league’s reigning batting champ. Gordon made the All-Star team for the second year in a row. He led the NL with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Injured Gordon grateful to represent Marlins at All-Star Game

Dee Gordon won't be able to play in this year's All-Star Game, but he'll still play an important role for the Miami Marlins by serving as the team's sole representative at the Midsummer Classic. An untimely injury Gordon sustained to his thumb on a headfirst slide into first base only three days before the All-Star Game will prevent him from taking the field in the game, but he's...
Via FOX Sports
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins' Dee Gordon might avoid DL despite dislocated thumb

MIAMI (AP) The Miami Marlins say All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon may be able to avoid the disabled list despite dislocating his left thumb. Gordon will miss the All-Star Game and will likely sit out the Marlins' first series following the break, but he might return after that, president of baseball operations Michael Hill said Sunday. Gordon was hurt Saturday when he slid headfirst...
Via Associated Press
July 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins' Gordon out of All-Star Game with dislocated thumb

  Second baseman Dee Gordon has been ruled out of the All-Star Game because of a dislocated left thumb, but says he thinks he avoided serious injury. Gordon left Miami's 14-3 win against Cincinnati in the seventh inning after he was hurt beating out an infield hit with a headfirst slide. The Marlins say X-rays were negative, and there was no apparent ligament damage. Gordon had movement...
Via Associated Press
July 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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