Cubs Feb. 6 Notebook

Cubs have agreement with lefty reliever Pedro Feliciano and also announced 19 spring training invites. Mark Grote will handle Cubs’ pre- and post-game on WBBM radio while Pedro Strop has agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding arbitration .
February 7, 2015

O’Neill Returns to Memphis and Other Moves

Outfielder Mike O’Neill takes his on-base skills back to Triple-A and other Cardinals transaction news from Thursday.
August 7, 2014

Almarante Return Leads Cards' Tuesday Moves

Memphis reliever Jose Almarante's return from the disabled list is one of several Tuesday transactions across the St. Louis Cardinals system.
May 27, 2014

Cards to Add Feliciano as Triple-A Insurance

The St. Louis Cardinals have reportedly come to terms with veteran left-handed reliever Pedro Feliciano on a minor league contract. Also, Springfield outfielder James Ramsey is formally placed on the DL.
May 25, 2014

Collazo Taking Different Approach

Willie Collazo, a long time veteran of the minor league system, had a career season in 2007 as his efforts from the bullpen helped secure many wins for the Zephyrs. Now he returns to New Orleans and continues to tweak his game in hopes of finally earning a longer stay in the Mets' bullpen.
April 19, 2008

B-Mets Look to Muniz Late

Muniz earned a promotion to Binghamton in 2007 after a strong season as the St. Lucie closer. He posted a .213 batting average against in 48 appearances last year. The pitching staff will rely heavily on him to close out games and return the squad back to the top of the Eastern League. Inside Pitch Magazine caught up him as the Mets head out for an eight game road trip.
April 19, 2007

Spring Q&A with RHP Joe Smith

The sidearmed middle reliever pitched more innings than ever before in 2006. After a strong showing in Brooklyn, he was elevated to Binghamton where he endured a rocky tenure. Now Joe Smith hopes to reaffirm the progress he showed after he arrived from Wright State as a third round pick.
March 18, 2007

Inside Pitch: How many pitchers?

With two games remaining in spring training, the Mets have one remaining significant issue: Will they carry 11 or 12 pitchers?
March 31, 2006