Jack Taschner

Los Angeles Dodgers #35 - Pitcher

  • Born: 04/21/78
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 205

What to do with Pablo Sandoval in the NLCS

A look at Pablo Sandoval and his struggles for the San Francisco Giants.

Link Roundup: Jose Tabata's Big Day


-P- This video of Jose Tabata on his callup, from the Post-Gazette, made me smile: It was also great to see Tabata perform so well, even if neither of his hits really left the infield and he had...

Pirates To Promote Jose Tabata, Brad Lincoln


Dejan Kovacevic tweets. One of those roster spots will be taken by Brad Lincoln, who will pitch tomorrow. It hasn't yet been reported who will take the other one. Taschner had a 6.05 ERA with the...

Pirates Activate Brendan Donnelly, Place Jack Taschner on DL


Jack Taschner hits the DL with a very convenient "tight left hamstring," as Brendan Donnelly returns from his own DL stint. Taschner hadn't been used much recently and hadn't been effective when he...

Dodgers Bats Go Quiet...Again


The Dodgers lost their fifth straight game tonight, 2-0 to the Pirates

Pirates Lose to Astros, 5-2


First things first here--Chris Jakubauskas took a Lance Berkman line drive off the head in the first inning and immediately was on the ground writhing in agony. It was a very, very nasty-looking...

Vinnie Chulk, Jack Taschner Look Likely to Make Team


Dejan Kovacevic reveals some roster details. Yesterday I mentioned the possibility that the Pirates might go with a short bullpen until the return of Joel Hanrahan, but Kovacevic reports that in...


Pirates Sign Jack Taschner

This is the definition of flyer. Taschner is 31 year old lefty with no history of success with the Giants or the Phillies. Here is b-r page: h...

More of Same: Orioles 7, Phillies 2


The Phillies lost their season-worst fourth straight game Friday night, falling 7-2 to Baltimore at home.

Inglorious BastErds: Red Sox 11, Phillies 6.


Red Sox 11, Phillies 6 - Shoddy defense, poor pitching undo the Phillies.

Nationalized: Nationals 8, Phillies 2


The Washington Nationals top the Philadelphia Phillies by a score of 8-2.

Phillies Reasons for Optimism: 0-2 Record Edition


The Phillies 0-2 start is disappointing, but not a disaster. Why Phillies fans should be optimistic.

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