The Mets signed OF Bobby Abreu to a minor league contract Monday night and assigned him to Triple-A Las Vegas. The 40-year old was released by the Phillies this spring after being told he would not make their 25-man roster.
The phrase "age before beauty" can be applied to the decision that the Philadelphia Phillies will have to make on veteran outfielder Bobby Abreu. The former All-Star has an opt-out clause in his minor-league contract that allows Abreu...Show More Summary
What do the Philadelphia Phillies, a medical gurney and a year absence from baseball have in common? They are all intertwined via two recent acquisitions for an organization on the fritz. A pair of veteran big leaguers just recently came to terms with the Phillies. Show More Summary
Outfielder Bobby Abreu signed a minor-league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies and will be invited to spring training with the club.
Veteran outfielder Bobby Abreu reportedly will return to the Philadelphia Phillies for the upcoming MLB season. According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, "El Comedulce," who turns 40 years old in March, is headed back to the City of Brotherly...Show More Summary
Supposedly the former Angel is looking to make a comeback after playing in the Venezuelan winter league recently - the fact that he's just about 40 years old makes it doubtful that he makes any sort of impact. If an opportunity was given...Show More Summary
Does trying to hit home runs for one night set a player back when it comes to hitting homers in the future? Is there, in any way, a Home Run Derby Curse? You might recall Bobby Abreu and David Wright as Exhibits A and B, from the 2005...Show More Summary
Eight years ago, Bobby Abreu put on quite the show at Comerica Park. Abreu stepped into the box at the 2005 Home Run Derby and no one knew what was going to happen next. The Phillies outfielder had 18 home runs at the All-Star break, but he wasn ’t really considered one of the favorites to take home the title. Show More Summary
With the regular season underway, the free-agent market has understandably cooled down and is not something that will be talked about much over the next several months. That said, last season saw veterans Johnny Damon, Bobby Abreu and Roy Oswalt all find homes after Opening Day. So here is a look at my rankings of the top 15 MLB free agents still up for grabs. Begin Slideshow
Although the Boston Red Sox are apparently exploring all options in an attempt to find a first baseman for next season, the answer is not aging free agent Bobby Abreu. According to WEEI ’s Alex Speier (via a tweet by Venezuelan journalist Rafael Tejera ), the Red Sox recently worked out Abreu, an outfielder, in Venezuela. Show More Summary
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It was a nice 5-year run as a Halo for Torii Hunter - while everyone sort of moves on, especially when the Angels have Major League Baseball's best player in Mike Trout, I'll be rooting for Hunter to outplay the Bobby Abreu [circa 2010-2012] comps often thrown at his direction by 'smart' Angels fans who didn't want the team to reach out and re-sign the 37-year old outfielder.
It’s been an interesting season for outfielder Bobby Abreu. He’s gone from would-be everyday starter for the Angels, to being released, to signing as a reserve with the Dodgers, to playing almost every game, to being designated for assignment, to agreeing to a minor-league contract with the Dodgers.
Bobby Abreu, designated for assignment by the Dodgers after the trade deadline, agreed today to join the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes. He probably doesn't mind all that much, because he'll still make the $9 million the Angels guaranteed him back in 2009. Show More Summary
Old left-handed outfielders never die, they just go back to the minors.
A little over a week ago Hideki Matsui was designated for assignment by the Rays. Now, two other former Yankees have met the same fate, Johnny Damon and Bobby Abreu. Damon was DFA by the Indians yesterday:On Friday, August 3 the Cleveland Indians said farewell to veteran outfielder Johnny Damon, designating him for assignment. Show More Summary
How long has it been since the Philadelphia Phillies were in the position of selling off talent at the trade deadline, rather than adding players? Was it 2006, when Bobby Abreu was dumped to the New York Yankees for four nondescriptShow More Summary
The comings for the Dodgers mean goings, and Wednesday that meant outfielder Bobby Abreu.
The Dodgers acquired Shane Victorino from the Phillies on Tuesday, upgrading their production and defense in left field. The corresponding move, though, was something of a surprise. According to the Dodgers' official Twitter feed, the...Show More Summary
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