The Home Run Derby seems like fun and games, but it can really take a hitter out of his groove. Bobby Abreu with the Phillies several years back may be the posterchild for this, when he was barely able to hit a home run the second half of the season. There’s some data that suggests […]
Jose Altuve talked his way into the lineup and wrapped up the American League batting title with two more hits for the Houston Astros, beaten 8-3 by the New York Mets after Bobby Abreu sparked the decisive rally Sunday with a base hit in his final big league at-bat.
While most of this year has been about the kids, the Mets ended the 2014 season Sunday with two veterans in the spotlight. Bobby Abreu played in his final major league game, getting one final hit, and Bartolo Colon picked up his 15th win as the Mets beat the Astros, 8-3
Sitting behind a microphone in his New York Mets uniform, Bobby Abreu couldn't help but get choked up as he bid goodbye to the game he loves.
Two-time All Star and former Gold Glove winner Bobby Abreu retires after 18 major league seasons, with his first (and last) major league manager at his side. After 288 career home runs, 1363 RBI, two All-Star appearances, a Gold Glove...Show More Summary
With the NL playoff race tightening up, the Giants have officially lost Matt Cain for the rest of the season, while the Yankees placed yet another starter on the DL in David Phelps. The San Francisco Giants confirmed Monday that right-hander...Show More Summary
In a move that was expected for at least a week, the Mets designated 40-year-old Bobby Abreu for assignment.
Bobby Abreu, 40, was designated for assignment on Monday, and Kirk Nieuwenhuis was recalled from Class AAA Las Vegas.
Bobby Abreu spent the time approaching the 2006 trade deadline “trying not to think about it, but there’s a lot of things going on in your mind. “Where are you going to be? It is just a rumor? Is it not a rumor?”
Wilmer Flores was in the lineup Tuesday night, making his third start since he was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas six games ago, but he is not about to become the Mets’ first-string shortstop.
Now an elder statesman of baseball, Bobby Abreu has career statistics that are worthy of Hall of Fame consideration, even if he and Cooperstown are rarely mentioned in the same breath.
The Mets’ 40-year-olds came through on Thursday as Bartolo Colon allowed a run and four hits in seven innings, striking out eight, and Bobby Abreu doubled.
The New York Mets recently promoted Bobby Abreu from their team's Las Vegas affiliate to the big leagues. Abreu, 40, was for many years one of baseball's best, and most underrated, hitters. Abreu will be the second oldest Met on a team that also features the seemingly timeless, and endlessly fun to watch, Bartolo Colon. Show More Summary
When Bobby Abreu arrived in Las Vegas to join the Mets’ Triple-A team, there were some in that clubhouse who were curious to see what the 40-year-old had left. In his very first at-bat with the 51s, he showed them.
After taking he 2013 season off, Bobby Abreu signed a minor league deal with the Mets in late March and has played well for the Las Vegas 51s.
Outfielder Bobby Abreu signed a minor-league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies and will be invited to spring training with the club.
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
BOBBY ABREU, 38, outfield
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.