Francisco Cordero

Boston Red Sox #0 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 05/11/75
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 245
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
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Red Sox release relief pitcher Francisco Cordero

Despite eight scoreless innings in eight appearances, the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox have chosen to cut ties with former three-time All Star relief pitcher Francisco Cordero.

Daily Red Sox Links: Middlebrooks, Cordero, Uehara

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Today's links look at who fills the final spot in the bullpen, where the Red Sox will be on April 1st, and an unheralded minor-league pitcher making a name for himself.

Daily Red Sox Links: Victorino, Brentz, Carp

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Today's links look at stories that include the bullpen repeating 2013's performance, a possible trade package for Giancarlo Stanton, and a battle for center field.

Daily Red Sox Links: Badenhop, Drew, Doubront

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Today's links look at what the potential Opening Day roster could look like, why 2014 is the year Felix Doubront could finally break out, and some teams like the Red Sox who are relying on rookies.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: June 29, 2007

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I'm sure you remember this one.

Cordero sitting out '13

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Francisco Cordero will take the 2013 season off to recover from injury in hopes of signing with a major league team next winter.

Jose Valverde Rumors: Why Are Marlins Interested?

Yesterday, the rumor regarding the Miami Marlins and Jose Valverde induced a serious question for Fish fans: in the wake of a major fire sale, what interest do the Marlins have in a deposed former...

Miami Marlins Rumors: Looking For Relievers

The Miami Marlins' current part of the offseason plan involves searching for free agent relievers to fill out the rest of their bullpen. What names are available for the team given their remaining...

Astros Release Francisco Cordero

The Houston Astros have released right-handed reliever Francisco Cordero, reports Brian McTaggart of MLB.com.

Kevin Comer Reportedly The Player To Be Named In J.A. Happ Trade

The Blue Jays have reportedly named Kevin Comer as the player to be named later in the July trade with the Houston Astros that sent J.A. Happ, Brandon Lyon, and David Carpenter to the Blue Jays.

TCB Fantasy Report: Rest-of-Season Projections (Pitchers)

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The Crawfish Boxes looks at the fantasy value of Astros pitchers for the rest of the season. It's not pretty, but there is a bit of upside to consider as managers make the playoff push.

Houston Astros

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2013-2014 Free Agent Tracker for the Houston Astros.

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