John Hester

Los Angeles Angels #22 - Catcher

  • Born: 09/14/83
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 220
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Angels praying for help at catcher

The Los Angeles Angels are pretty set with Chris Iannetta behind the plate, but they are looking for someone to give him some days off.

Angels' Bobby Wilson claimed off wiavers by Jays

Wilson hit .211/.277/.292 for the Angels in 2012, and started 58 games at catcher.

This Day In Diamondbacks Baseball: September 14

Record: 8-2 - Home: 6-1 - Road: 2-1 1983. John Hester born. Hester was picked by the D-backs inb the 13th round of the 2006 draft, seven slot before the Mets chose Daniel Murphy. He appeared in 51...

Santana Regresses in Angels Loss

Final Score: Toronto 7, Halos 5... The Angels lost the ballgame on the regression to the mean of Ervin Santana and the unclutch grounding out of Kendrys Morales.

CJ Coasts as Angels Power Bats Haul In Road Win

The Angels had 17 hits, 4 of them homeruns and CJ Wilson pitched around lots of baserunners himself to get the win in a 7-3 victory over the Orioles in Baltimore.

Haren and Angels Fall Short of Padres, 3-2

Despite a strong night at the plate from Erick Aybar, Alexi Amarista lifted the San Diego Padres past Dan Haren and the Angels. Aybar went 4-for-4 with a walk, but the Angels couldn't get that one...

Angels Promote John Hester as Catcher

The Angels promoted catcher John Hester to the big league club to replace injured Chris Iannetta.

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.

Diamondbacks at the Winter Meetings: Wednesday Roundup

A wrap-up of Diamondbacks news and signings from Wednesday's winter meetings. Mike Hampton will be invited to Spring Training, and the Henry Blanco deal is still in the works.

Happ Helps Astros Take Series, Beat Arizona 3-2

JA Happ strikes out seven in seven innings to pick up his sixth victory of the season.

Diamondbacks 2, Astros 3: Live and Direct From...

The Astros scored three in the first off Rodrigo Lopez, and that proved enough for them to beat the D-backs 3-2. Lopez pitched seven innings, but took the loss; Kelly Johnson and John Hester homered for Arizona.

Diamondbacks 0, Giants 5: Cain's Able to One-Hit Diamondbacks

Diamondbacks 0, Giants 5 - Matt Cain of the San Francisco Giants was masterful in a complete game one-hitter of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Arizona's offensive and relief struggles continued in San Francisco.

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