Price Promoted To Triple-A

David Price was promoted to Triple-A Durham on Saturday. Although Price will not jump right from Double-A straight to the majors, he will likely only make a few appearances in the International League. His Bulls debut will come on Wednesday night against the Norfolk Tides.
August 9, 2008

Rays Add Bradford

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired Chad Bradford on Thursday, claiming him off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for a player to be named later.
August 7, 2008

Mets' pitching draws concern

With all of their position player vacancies filled this offseason, the Mets' attention has turned to restocking their pitching staff. Unfortunately for the club, those efforts have not gone as smoothly as hoped.
November 29, 2006

Free agents hit the open market

Sunday marks the first day that free agents can begin to negotiate with new teams, and while the Mets have made progress with a number of their own, all 14 players will be available on the open market this winter.
November 12, 2006

Clubhouse Confidential: Reyes leads the way

Over the last couple of weeks – perhaps spurred on by the popularity of the World Cup – Shea Stadium fans have taken to serenading Jose Reyes' at-bats with chants of "Jose, Jose, Jose," in a style that seems better suited for international soccer.
June 22, 2006

For Mets, a submarine relief race

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – In their own version of 'relievers row' at the minor league complex, the Mets' bullpen hopefuls assembled this week with different resumes, release points, body types and backgrounds.
January 10, 2006

Rehab Interview with Chad Bradford

Oakland A's reliever Chad Bradford is rumored to be on his way to Boston in exchange for outfielder Jay Payton. However, for now, Bradford is still part of the A's organization and he is continuing his rehab from back surgery with Oakland affiliates. He made a stint in Stockton this past week. Stockton Correspondent Daniel Ray caught up with Bradford and asked him about his health and just when he will get back to the majors.
July 9, 2005