Ronny Paulino

Detroit Tigers #0 - Catcher

  • Born: 04/21/81
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 250
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Friday Bird Droppings

"Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you're not gonna make it, then you gotta get mean. I mean plumb, mad-dog mean. 'Cause if you lose your head and you give up then you neither...

O's continue to add depth

Dan Duquette continues to tinker at the margins...

This Date in Mets History: April 21

Jesse Orosco, Jeff Keppinger, and Ronny Paulino all share a birthday. Meaning they all succumb to the inexorable march of time on the same date.

2013 Miami Marlins Key To Success: Rob Brantly

The Miami Marlins will look for a number of key players on the 2013 roster to develop into regular contributors for the team's future competitive core. One of those players is catcher Rob Brantly, who rode a hot start in 2012 to a 2013 starting job.

Kelly Shoppach may be Defensive Improvement

A silver lining? Well, not silver. Maybe something like tin? A tin lining?

Mariners to sign Paulino

Seattle will shell out $1 million for the veteran catcher on what is believed to be a minor-league deal.

Ronny Paulino Is Apparently A Mariner Now

Reports suggest that the Seattle Mariners have signed free-agent catcher Ronny Paulino, to back up Jesus Montero. Pending Mike Zunino's arrival, of course.

Sunday Bird Droppings

A collection of the day's news concerning the Baltimore Orioles.

Orioles DFA Bill Hall, Make Other Roster Moves

Bill Hall is the answer to a fascinating trivia question. What is it? Read on.

Orioles call up Stu Pomeranz and Ronny Paulino

Catcher Ronny Paulino and pitcher Stu Pomeranz are back up with the big club.

Saturday Bird Droppings

Happy weekend! It's a VERY happy weekend for at least one Marylander, as I just saw that a winning ticket to last night's lotto was sold in Baltimore County. I saw on the Twitter last night (from...

Mets Rumors: Santana, Financial Overview, Second Catcher, Reality

Here's the latest on the Mets, with reports from Adam Rubin of ESPN that suggest the team could be facing a future without Johan Santana sooner than they thought, an in-depth look at finances and a look at finding a second catcher over at Amazin' Avenue, and a harsh nugget of truth from Buster Olney:

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