Rangers Prospect #20: Daniel Haigwood

The Rangers acquired 23-year-old left-hander Daniel Haigwood in a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies in June of 2006. Haigwood posted a 3.63 ERA in 12 starts for Double-A Frisco. Rangers Insider offers an in-depth look at the lefty prospect.
February 8, 2007

Phils Swap Lefties With Texas

In desperate need of pitching, the Phillies pulled off the second trade with the Texas Rangers of the Pat Gillick era. This one brings Rule 5 left-hander Fabio Castro to the Phillies in exchange for Daniel Haigwood.
June 30, 2006

Haigwood Needs Command For Respect

Daniel Haigwood makes his second start of the season Wednesday night for Reading. If you want to know how he does, just look for one stat - walks. Because for Haigwood, success begins and ends with having command of his pitches.
April 12, 2006

PBN Q&A: Daniel Haigwood

While Aaron Rowand was the main attraction for the Phillies in the deal that sent Jim Thome to Chicago, don't lose sight of the two young left-handers that the Phillies got as part of the deal. We talked recently with one of them, Daniel Haigwood, about his career and coming to the Phillies.
February 18, 2006

Top Prospect #16: Daniel Haigwood

The Phillies got more in the Jim Thome deal than many thought that they would, considering Thome's sliding numbers and big contract. Two young left-handers were included with Aaron Rowand and both of them look like big additions to the organization. Daniel Haigwood is the most progressed and closest to helping at the major league level.
February 18, 2006