Dennis Tankersley – What Happened?

Dennis Tankersley had the world at his feet in 2001 as one of the top pitching prospects in the game. Six years later, he's two years removed from his last major league action, yet he's only 27. What happened?
October 4, 2006

Whatever Happened to Jimmy Journell?

It's the winter of 2001, Baseball America names Jimmy Journell the Cardinals #1 prospect. Out west, at the same time Dennis Tankersley is ranked as the San Diego Padres' Top Pitching Prospect. This spring, five long years and a lot of broken dreams later, they may battle each other for a spot in the St. Louis bullpen.
November 29, 2005

Anything Left In The Tank?

Right-hander Dennis Tankersley and the St. Louis Cardinals agreed Tuesday to a minor league contract.
November 29, 2005

2004 Padres Awards: Portland Pitching

<b>2004 Padres Position Players - End of the Year Awards</b><br><br>The pitching in Portland surprised many. Brian Sweeney, the elder statesman, turned in a spectacular year and earned time with San Diego. Justin Germano and Dennis Tankersley also saw time with the Padres.
October 6, 2004

Tankerlsey recalled; Hitchcock to the DL

The San Diego Padres placed left-handed pitcher Sterling Hitchcock on the 15-day disabled list with a left elbow strain and recalled right-handed pitcher Dennis Tankersley from Triple-A Portland. In addition, outfielder Brian Buchanan elected to become a free agent instead of accepting an outright assignment to Triple-A Portland.
August 24, 2004

Dennis Tankersley injured; No Brad Baker

Dennis Tankersley left the game early after getting hit by a liner. Another game without Brad Baker spells doom for the Mobile BayBears. Greg Sain wins Hitter of the Week. News on Marcus Nettles. Aaron Coonrod gets a start. Sean Thompson is hammered. Trino Aguilar forgets the out count while Mauber Lopez debuts. Michael Johnson is hitting well – with Peoria.
August 9, 2004