Ian Snell

Los Angeles Dodgers #0 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 10/30/81
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 200
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Justin Wilson, Two Other Indianapolis Pitchers Combine For Class AAA No-Hitter


Pirates pitching prospect Justin Wilson and relievers Jose Diaz and Doug Slaten combined for a no-hitter for Class AAA Indianapolis against the Durham Bulls on Sunday, winning the game 2-0.↵W...

Ian Snell Meets A Fitting End


It looks like it's the end of the road for Ian Snell, and it's a rather appropriate end, given the course of his career.

Minor Moves: Snell, Lewis, Marrerro, Carter


Lots of trades, transactions and cuts from down on the farm today. Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus contributes many of our notes today, as he sent out a flurry of minors-related Tweets this...

2012 Mets Player Profile: Ronny Cedeno


Ronny Cedeno has joined the Mets. In an ongoing series looking at the main Mets in 2012, Amazin Avenue discusses his career and future with the team.

Searching for Ryan Vogelsong; Waiting for Something

Boof Bonser! Yusmeiro Petit! You are excited about this!

Paul Maholm's Pirates Career Could Soon End


The Post-Gazette has a note on Paul Maholm, who might not return to the Pirates next year and who hasn't pitched since getting shut down with shoulder troubles in mid-August.↵↵Regardless of...

Ian Snell Unretires After About A Month; Michael Jordan Unimpressed


Ian Snell, former St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher, unretired Monday just a month after retiring. Michael Jordan was unimpressed.

Career Profile: Ian Snell


Career Profile for the retiring pitcher Ian Snell

Former Pirate Ian Snell Retires (No, Seriously)


SB Nation's own Rob Neyer has the scoop that former Bucco Ian Snell has decided to retire at the age of 29. Snell was currently in the St. Louis Cardinals' Spring Training camp. ↵It's easy to...


Ian Snell Chooses Retirement Over Memphis

Hey, you can't blame the guy for being discouraged. Still, baseball's a funny game and a big paycheck might have been there, eventually. Seems a bit early to retire ...↵↵Ian Snell decided to...

Ian Snell Has The Worst Excuse Ever


Ian Snell blames poor coaching for his struggles since an early career breakthrough with the Pirates.

Not Even the Wind Whispers on 700 Clark Street


The Cardinals display their own brand of front office unity, minor league signings shouldn't be worrisome and a robot defrags it's memory unit.

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