Slow going for Phils minor league free agents

While most of the focus on free agency is at the major league level, there are still a number of Phillies minor leaguers who are looking for work as minor league free agents.
January 15, 2013

Misch Getting Back to Basics

BUFFALO, NY - Last season, Pat Misch held a noticeable role on the big league staff. However, this season has been a different story. Following a brief stay in New York, Misch is back in Buffalo where is looking to simplify his approach and get back to his strengths. Inside Pitch caught up with the left-hander to find out how he's doing it.
June 25, 2011

Misch Making Play For The Majors

BUFFALO, NY - The New York Mets are still looking for an arm to boost the back of the big league rotation. The organization may now have its answer right in Triple-A in the form of left-hander Pat Misch. Misch has been one of the most consistent arms on the 40-man roster this season and his recent run should be enough to get him another look in New York very soon.
August 11, 2010

Misch Turning Up The Heat

BUFFALO, NY - The New York Mets knew they landed a valuable, helpful arm when they claimed Pat Misch during the 2009 season. Misch did not make the big league roster out of camp, but so far in Buffalo the 29-year-old continues to give the Mets options. Misch spoke about his good start with InsidePitchMagazine.com.
May 29, 2010

Fresno Team Report | April 9, 2007

The minor league season is young, but controversy is already abound. In a matter of days, a rotation change may indicate a possibility of the major league team keeping an eye on quick changes to be made in Triple-A.
April 9, 2007

Giants Top 50: #13 - Pat Misch

When Noah Lowry was promoted in 2004, Giants fans looked forward to another left-hander who was reportedly even better, but a 2005 hiccup in his career has turned him into someone passed over frequently. But with his celebrated changeup, can he make a comeback and break into the majors? #13 is Pat Misch!
February 1, 2007

Fall League Update: 10/24-25

Nate Schierholtz continues to rebound from his slow start in Hawaii, working on a heck of a week. Meanwhile, the Arizona Fall League names its 'Rising Stars' showcase, a first ever for the league, and two Giants are named to it!
October 27, 2006