Wesley Wright

Chicago Cubs #53 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 01/28/85
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 160
  • Bats/Throws: R/L

Cub Tracks Is Frozen Out

The writers must have been snowed in. I figured things would be bleak, but there's really not much to talk about, beyond speculating about Masahiro Tanaka.

Cubs sign Wright, Yankees MiLB catcher suspended

The Cubs added a valuable relief arm on Wednesday. The Dodgers are close to re-signing one of their own.

Cubs Sign Wesley Wright

Wright's a very good LOOGY. The Cubs could use a good LOOGY.

Non-Tender Deadline: Fuld, Ramos, Wright on block

The non-tender deadline is this evening at 11:59 PM EST, and the Rays will have nine players approaching arbitration. It will be up to the front office to offer them a contract for the next year,...

Rays dismantled in Kansas City

The Rays weren't on TV today, but we've got you covered with a longform recap.

Chasing the Extra Win

Joe Maddon has earned himself plenty of admiration during his time as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. However, is his management of the bullpen this season really the most efficient?

Wesley Wright and the Rays Way

The Rays are a moneyball team, and The Rays Way, like Moneyball, cannot be satisfyingly defined. The Rays way is not defense, speed, and manufactured runs (any fantasy baseball players who drafted...

Tuesday BBB Links: Midday Madness Edition

Another day, another loss that rocks the foundation of my sanity. Today's links include restoring the proud "Skydome" name, the success of the Dodgers and what to do with all those goats you have lying around the house.

Rays Acquire Wesley Wright

The Rays acquired another reliever this season, claiming southpaw Wesley Wright off waivers.

Rays acquire Wesley Wright

The left-hander was the longest-tenured player on the Astros' roster.

Wesley Wright traded to Tampa Bay

The Astros' longest tenured player is now a Ray, while local college star Humber gets another shot.

Grossman stays hot, Fields does not.

Robbie Grossman continued his recent power surge by adding a double and a two-run homer tonight, but the Astros fell just short as Josh Fields blew his first save of the year.

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