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Extractions: Main December 10, 2004 Pitching Russ-lers The Diamondback continue to retool, signing pitcher Russ Ortiz to a four year contract . Ortiz will get a little over $8 million per year. I get the impression that the Diamondbacks are buying Russ' wins, not his ability. This deal reminds me of the time the Royals signed Storm Davis. Davis had gone 16-7 and 19-7 in the two years before he became a free agent. But he did that on a very good team, and his ERA was 4.36 in his 19-7 year. The Royals thought his wins came with him. His ERA went up to 4.76, and he went 7-10 for a bad Royals club. Ortiz's ERA has gone up 3 years in a row. The Diamondbacks are not a good team. Ortiz is a good, not great pitcher. He could easily be .500 or worse with the DBacks unless the rest of the team gets better. Posted by David Pinto at 08:42 PM Free Agents TrackBack (0) Comments Another bad signing of a pitcher. Just because there are only mediocre pitchers out there doesn't mean you have to pay them like front line starters. These teams are going to be hating their signings for the next 3 years. And of course they're going to complain about the skyrocketing salaries, when, in truth, it is all their fault. Posted by: shawn at December 11, 2004 11:05 AM
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Extractions: Bombers have eyes for Ortiz Russ Ortiz The Yankees have begun widening their scope on potential starting pitching targets, asking the Atlanta Braves about the availability of righty Russ Ortiz , according to a baseball source. The Braves, however, are still deciding whether they want to trade Ortiz, who was a significant cog in their rotation last year, going 21-7 with a 3.82 ERA. The 30-year-old Ortiz is making $6.2 million and is a free agent after the season. The Yankees have spoken to the Mariners about Freddy Garcia , but they feel Seattle is not shopping the righthander yet. However, the Mariners have had several scouts trailing Yankee minor-league teams, including former GM Pat Gillick Ortiz is 6-6 with a 4.18 ERA this year. He is scheduled to start today against the Orioles in Baltimore.
Extractions: By BILL MADDEN Felipe Alou will have to manage without Barry Bonds for at least half of the season. (Illustration by Ed Murawinski) If nothing else, the NL West qualifies as baseball's most intriguing division. Other than the Rockies, who remain in perpetual payroll-reduction mode, any one of the other teams the Giants, Padres, Dodgers or Diamondbacks can win this wide open division. That said, each has the potential for disaster. Start with the Giants, who underwent the most extensive offseason makeover of any NL West team, with GM Brian Sabean tapping into baseball's senior citizens' home to bring in shortstop Omar Vizquel (38), left fielder Moises Alou (39), catcher Mike Matheny (34) and closer Armando Benitez (33). The additions of Alou, Vizquel and Matheny to a starting lineup that already included the aging Ray Durham, Marquis Grissom, J.T. Snow and Barry Bonds give the Giants the oldest everyday lineup in baseball history. With Bonds out indefinitely, plagued by knee surgery and potential legal problems, the Giants could run out of gas in a hurry. For the Giants to contend without Bonds, the starting pitching behind staff ace Jason Schmidt has got to be better than just ordinary, as it was in '04. Upon restructuring their general partnership, ousting founding owner Jerry Colangelo in the process, the Diamondbacks proceeded to debunk the theory they were severely leveraged by doling out $76 million to upgrade the NL's weakest offense. They signed third baseman Troy Glaus and acquired Green from the Dodgers, then spent another $33 million for Braves 15-game winner Russ Ortiz. They also landed Javy Vazquez from the Yankees in a trade that subtracted Randy Johnson from the top of their rotation.
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Extractions: Russell Reid Ortiz (born June 5 in Encino, California ), is a Major League Baseball player. He currently plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks after agreeing to a four-year deal but previously played for the San Francisco Giants (1998-2002) and was the Atlanta Braves Ace(2003-2004). Ortiz was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the 4th round of the June 1995 free agent draft. In 2001, Ortiz received the John Roberto Clemente Award for excellence in community service. Ortiz has a wife, Stacy, and three daughters Grace Elaine, Lilian Reid, and Stephanie. This biographical article relating to a baseball player, manager, or other figure is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russ_Ortiz Categories Baseball biography stubs 1974 births ... San Francisco Giants players Views Personal tools Navigation Search Toolbox What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages ... Permanent link This page was last modified 16:51, 6 April 2005.
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