Kam Mickolio

Arizona Diamondbacks #45 - Pitcher

  • Born: 05/10/84
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 255

Former D'back Mark Reynolds a free agent

The Baltimore Orioles declined to offer former Arizona Diamondback Mark Reynolds a contract, making him a free agent. Third base isn't the most pressing need for the D'backs, but a Reynolds return might not be out of the question.

This Day In Diamondbacks History: May 10

Record: 6-6 - Home: 5-1 - Away 1-5 1984. Kam Mickolio born. He was the other, lesser half of the relievers we got from Baltimore for Mark Reynolds. He will always be loved in SnakePit Towers, for...

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Kam Mickolio Going To Pitch In Japan

Say goodbye to pitcher Kam Mickolio...he is on his way to pitch in Japan, says ESPN's Jerry Crasnick on his Twitter page... Looks like yet another Diamondbacks player is well on their way to...

Diamondbacks Farm Round-Up 9/2: Gameday Edition

Jarrod Parker didn't strike out a ton of batters, but he was as dominant as one can be while whiffing one in three innings of work. Check out what made Parker's outing so impressive and the rest of the action on the farm for the D-backs in another daily Farm Round-Up.

Diamondbacks Farm Round-Up 7/26: Padres Lose Edition

Despite being in a bit of a slump as of late, Paul Goldschmidt looked like the dominant force he's been all year on Tuesday against Mississippi, crushing his 30th home run of the year and drawing three walks. Perhaps the most important detail, however, is who Goldschmidt had this night against - a deeper look at Goldschmidt's opponent and a look into the rest of the farm in another Farm Round-Up.

Thursday Bird Droppings

Are All Divisions Created Equal? Team WAR (2002-2010) - Camden Depot Tackling the age old question of whether we could compete if we played in a different division. The Rise and Fall and Rise and...

Diamondbacks Send John Hester To Orioles To Complete Mark Reynolds Trade

The Diamondbacks announced they have sent catcher John Hester to the Baltimore Orioles. This completes the trade in which Arizona acquired right-handed pitchers David Hernandez and Kam Mickolio for Mark Reynolds.

SnakePit Round Table: Diamondbacks Reject Home Cooking

Arizona lost a pair of series at home, although the week did end on a good note. We discuss the ups and downs of the trips to Phoenix by both St. Louis and San Franscisco, Gibson's ejection, the arrival of Josh Collmenter and the upcoming schedule.

Ten Games In - Hope

And so it goes, and so it goes. It felt like just yesterday we were still debating the pros and cons of the Mark Reynolds for David Hernandez and Kam Mickolio trade. And now, we've already played...

D-backs Option Kam Mickolio, Recall Esmerling Vasquez

The Arizona Diamondbacks announced today they have recalled right-handed pitcher Esmerling Vasquez from Triple-A Reno and optioned right-handed pitcher Kam Mickolio to Reno, according to D-backs' Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers.

Diamondbacks Ups and Downs: April 6 Edition

Have a look at which Diamondbacks are trending up, down, or sitting in neutral for the first week of the season!

Paterson, Mickolio make Diamondbacks bullpen

With Ryan Roberts and Juan Miranda officially making the team last night, the last roster decisions have come down this morning. Rule 5 draft Joe Paterson and former Oriole Kam Mickolio have made...

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