Casey Fossum

Baltimore Orioles #0 - Pitcher

  • Born: 01/06/78
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 160

The Rays Tank: The Attack Of The Saber


We may be in a dead time of the year for baseball news, but that certainly doesn't mean there's a dearth of cool articles to read. In fact, there were a number of articles yesterday that featured...

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Donte Whitner & Ted Ginn Jr. go back to Cleveland


Every NFL player got their start in HS. Some were stars, some had just discovered the game. Now, six of them are going back to lend a surprise hand.

The Rays Tank: Casey Fossum's Triumphant Return To The AL East


Hold onto your hats, everyone, as this news is sure to shock: Casey Fossum is back in the AL East. After spending the spending the entire 2010 season in Japan and dropping out of baseball midway...

An Ode To Andy Sonnanstine


I was fully expecting Andy Sonnanstine to get non-tendered last night, but for some reason, the news still hit me hard. Not quite like a ton of bricks or a train -- there's no need to get dramatic...

The Best Run Prevention In Rays History


It appears I've gotten into a "Best Ever..." kick after my Matt Moore piece yesterday. I don't mean to come across as hyperbolic or over-the-top, but I think this is a point worth making: the Rays...

Fossum "Blade" Applesauce - Met manager Frazier passes away, Torrealba loses grievance, Maine to CO


Spring Training is one of the few times that we, as fans, get to hear about some of the lesser known players who populate various levels of the Met organization. This is a good thing. Especially...


Casey Fossum Signs With Mets, Takes Us Back

Earlier Wednesday, news came out that Casey Fossum signed a minor league contract with the Mets. ESPN gave it two lines and moved on, and that's probably the best thing to do, here. These days,...

Why the Rays Have a Shot in 2011: Changing the Narrative


The post is the first in a two part series about why Rays fans shouldn't despair about the upcoming season: part one focusing on history, and part two on statistics. It's a bit lengthy, but...

Canada, Love, and R.J. Swindle


Canada, Love, and R.J. Swindle

So Predictable: Indians 6, Tigers 5


We should be talking about Miguel Cabrera's pair of two-run homers that tied him for the AL home run lead and has him near the top RBI spot, as well.  Or the brawl that erupted between Gary...

Dig That Long Ball: Tigers 8, Indians 6


I know tonight's game didn't just come down to one moment.  It was a roller coaster ride of emotion, from the lows of Detroit falling behind 4-0 (during which you could see Eddie Bonine throwing...

The Toasted Mr. Rodney: Padres 6, Tigers 2


Normally, I'd probably write something about this being a relapse of the bad Tigers we saw earlier this season, with the lineup not being able to score enough runs and the bullpen giving a game...

Casey Fossum Gets the Call


In his rundown of notable minor leaguers in today's Detroit News, Lynn Henning wrote that left-hander Casey Fossum "easily could be pitching for the Tigers right now."  Evidently, the team agreed...

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