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Right-hander Snell gets release from Cards

The Cardinals have formally granted right-hander Ian Snell his release, general manager John Mozeliak said on Monday.
Via Cardinals.com
April 11, 2011  |  Discuss

Snell retires after seven big league seasons

The Cardinals announced the retirement of Ian Snell on Tuesday. The right-hander went 38-53 with a 4.80 ERA over seven big league seasons with the Pirates and Mariners.
Via Cardinals.com
March 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Smiling Snell keeps open mind with St. Louis

Right-hander Ian Snell arrived at Cardinals camp on Saturday with a smile, eager to start pitching and open to whatever possibilities this spring brings him.
Via Cardinals.com
February 12, 2011  |  Discuss

A Replacement For Ian Snell

I think everyone agrees that Ian Snell’s usefulness to the Mariners has passed. He’s pitching worse than ever, and with a $6.5 million team option for 2011 that is surely not to be picked up, he has no future in Seattle. He’s just taking up a roster spot at this point, and the team is best served releasing him and giving those innings to someone who may help the team going forward...
Via USS Mariner
June 10, 2010  |  Discuss

Game 43, Padres at Mariners

Richard vs Snell, 7:10 pm. Ian Snell makes his triumphant return to the rotation by default, as he wasn’t as bad as Ryan Roland-Smith. He’ll try to shut down the Padres tonight, but unless he’s figured out how to to get lefties out in the last few weeks, I’d imagine Adrian Gonzalez will have all kinds of fun this evening. Richard is a righty, by the way, but Saunders is not in...
Via USS Mariner
May 22, 2010  |  Discuss

Snell back in starting rotation

The two weeks right-hander Ian Snell spent in the Mariners' bullpen were quiet and business-like. But the starting rotation is where Snell wants to be and he's back on the every-fifth-day routine, replacing struggling left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith.
Via Mariners.com
May 20, 2010  |  Discuss

Game 2, Mariners at A’s

Snell vs Braden, 7:05 pm. Game one of the “can we fix Ian Snell” experiment. If they can, it will be a big boost to the rotation. He gets the team’s better defensive group, since the M’s face a southpaw, meaning Bradley to DH and Byrnes in left. Ichiro, RF Figgins, 2B Gutierrez, CF Bradley, DH Lopez, 3B Kotchman, 1B Byrnes, LF Moore, C Wilson, SS -- This post came from: U.S.S...
Via USS Mariner
April 06, 2010  |  Discuss

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