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Gearrin agreed to a $1.4 million Ryan Rua Jersey , one-year contract with the Seattle Mariners and infielder Tim Beckham struck a $1.75 million, one-year deal.The 32-year-old Gearrin was 2-1 with one save and a 3.77 ERA last year in 62 games for San Francisco, Texas and Oakland. He struck out 53 and walked 21 in 57 1/3 innings, holding batters to a .255 average.Gearrin also has pitched for Atlanta in a seven-year big league career. He is 12-9 with a 3.54 ERA in 270 relief appearances.“Cory Gearrin brings much needed veteran experience and stability to the back of our bullpen,” Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto said. “He has been a solid under-the-radar performer, particularly over the past two seasons.”Gearrin can earn an additional $450,000 for games pitched: $75,000 for 30, $100,000 for 40, $125,000 for 50 and $150,000 for 60. He also can make $775,000 for games finished: $50,000 for 20 Drew Robinson Jersey , $175,000 for 30, $250,000 for 40 and $400,000 for 50.Beckham, who turns 29 this month, hit .230 with 17 doubles, 12 homers and 35 RBIs in 96 games for Baltimore last year. He was sidelined from April 23 to June 25 because of a strained left groin.Selected first overall by Tampa Bay in the 2008 amateur draft, Beckham has a .252 average with 48 homers and 151 RBIs in five major league seasons for the Rays and Orioles, who acquired him in July 2017. He batted .278 with 18 doubles, 22 homers and 62 RBIs in 2017.“Tim Beckham is a very talented player who is one year removed from being one of the more productive shortstops in the American League,” Dipoto said. “He is a real offensive threat with multi-position defensive versatility that fits our team very well.”Beckham can earn $250,000 for games started: $50,000 for 80 and each additional 10 through 120.Seattle designated outfielder John Andreoli for assignment to open a roster spot.Notes: OF Domingo Santana agreed to a $1.95 million, one-year contract , getting a raise from $572,400 in his first year of arbitration eligibility. Acquired in an offseason trade, he hit .265 with five home runs and 20 RBIs in a down season in which he lost his regular spot in Milwaukee’s outfield after the Brewers acquired Christian Yelich. In 2017, Santana hit .278 with career-high 30 home runs and 85 RBIs. Seattle is banking on Santana being the right-handed power in its lineup to try and replace loss of Nelson Cruz. Left-hander Roenis Elias is Seattle’s only remaining arbitration-eligible player. Rockies news and links for April 2, 2019"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Scaling the RocksPebble ReportRockpileRockies Game ThreadsRockies Fan ExperienceRockpileCan the 2019 Rockies turn up the hitting?New,89commentsRockies news and links for April 2, 2019 Can the 2019 Rockies turn up the hitting?Takeaways from Rockies’ latest resounding loss against Rays | Mile High SportsIn Monday’s loss against the Rays, the Rockies got fooled by their bats, who apparently decided not to show up. Charlie Blackmon and Nolan Arenado both hit balls out of the park, but both went foul. The offense hasn’t been able to get anything started early, meaning they’re fighting an uphill battle. The defense was also a bit unlucky, as several hits just slipped by. There’s also the fact that the rotation outside of Kyle Freeland and German Marquez is still something of a question. It may be early days still, but the Rockies need to address the offense and pitching situations in order to find their way in the 2019 season.Rockies announce top minor league player from 2018 season | Mile High SportsThere were many great candidates from 2018 in the running for top player in the minor leagues for the Rockies. However, the Doug Million Minor League Player of the Year award for the 2018 season went to pitcher Peter Lambert. With his 3.28 ERA in 26 starts, the 21-year-old did very well in time split between Albuquerque and Hartford. Lambert also made some waves in spring training this season as well. We might well see this young pitcher getting some time with the Rockies before too long. Colorado Rockies: German Marquez on the career-changing Tampa trade | Rox PileOver three years ago , the Rockies obtained German Marquez from Tampa Bay. He says he was a bit nervous about the move at first, but the move has worked out and he’s done very well in Colorado. Returning to Tampa Bay has brought those memories to the front of his mind. He thought he’d be playing for the Rays, but is now one of the top starters for the Rockies. He’s still grateful for the opportunities that the Rays opened up for him when they signed him in 2011. Marquez claims he doesn’t look back very much, instead focusing on improving himself for the future. Rox place Murphy on injured list, recall Valaika | Rockies.comDaniel Murphy’s fractured finger has landed him on the 10-day IL. This has led to the Rockies recalling Pat Valaika, who had some success at first base in spring training. Ryan McMahon can also fill the void, and Mark Reynolds has experience there as well. It’s good news that the Rockies have these options, but hopefully Murphy’s injury doesn’t keep him out of commission for too long.Kiszla: Here we go again? Rockies plagued by same old balderdash during two bad losses in Miami. | Denver Post ($)There was so much promise for the new Rockies season as they won their first two games and looked solid. However, with the two successive losses in Miami, that optimism is a touch dampened. Nolan Arenado didn’t have much hitting success, they didn’t have the early momentum, and the team as a whole only hit .203. Offense was supposed to be a focus during the offseason, but they still haven’t shown much plate discipline and weren’t much able to advance any runners who did get on base. Although Jon Gray looked more like the promising ace of old, the Rockies can’t rely entirely on pitching to get the job done. The offense needs to come together if the Rockies want another postseason chance.
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