The 44-year-old righty will compete for a roster spot with Texas this spring.
In what has been a relatively quiet offseason, the Texas Rangers have just made some noise. This noise revolves around one of baseball’s most beloved names, Bartolo Colon. On Sunday Texas agreed to terms on a one-year minor league deal with the longtime hurler. Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers have signed 44-year-old Bartolo Colon to a minor league contract and invited the pitcher to big league spring training.
Colon, 45, will try making the team come spring
While the reports of big moves this offseason have cooled lately, a new batch of MLB rumors has popped up to suggest Bartolo Colon could join the Texas Rangers. Sources are saying Colon is in talks with the team over a contract which would keep the veteran in the league not long after he contemplated retirement. Show More Summary
Perhaps Mets fans haven’t seen the last of Bartolo Colon.
These all need to happen. For at least another year, Bartolo Colon will pitch in the major leagues. Early in the 2017 season, it looked as if he was at the end of the road. He struggled in the first few months of the campaign, posting an 8.14 ERA in 13 starts for the Braves. Show More Summary
Finally, something to do in September in Minnesota. Don’t focus on the fact that Bartolo Colon hasn’t even bene a member of the Twins for a full season at this point, instead focus on the fact that there’s never a bad time to celebrate...Show More Summary
Please someone mail me this T-shirt.
It’s sexy time.
It's been 12 years since he won a Cy Young award and five since he was banned for drug use, but the 44-year-old is still plugging along.
Bartolo Colon wins again as Minnesota Twins top Toronto Blue Jays 6-1
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The D-Backs, the final team checked off Colon's list, hadn't even played a game at the time he made his debut in '97
After pitching a complete game last week, Bartolo Colon registered another quality start.
Look at the big man move.
Saturday’s Say Hey, Baseball features Big Sexy’s pitching triumph, another story about Donald Trump failing to get into baseball, and a surprise from Bernie Williams. No matter how old he is, Big Sexy is still Big Sexy. Bartolo Colon proved last night that even at 44, he can still pitch with the kids. Show More Summary
Colon threw his first complete game in two years to earn his first win with Minnesota.
Big Sexy is the oldest player to throw a complete game since 2010. Bartolo Colon gave up two runs in the first inning of the Twins game against the Rangers on Friday night, slipped up with another run allowed in the third inning, yet...Show More Summary
Bartolo is special.