KC Royals Claim Nick Tepesch From Dodgers

The KC Royals bolstered their AAA pitching depth by claiming 27-year-old right-handed starter Nick Tepesch off waivers from the Los Angeles Dodgers. To make room for Tepesch on the 40-man roster, the Kansas City Royals moved Kris Medlen to the 60-day disabled list. Since Medlen has already been on the DL longer than 60 days, […] KC Royals Claim Nick Tepesch From Dodgers - Kings...
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5 days ago

Royals claim Tepesch off waivers from A's

Kansas City claimed right-handed pitcher Nick Tepesch off waivers from Oakland and optioned him to Triple-A Omaha, the Royals announced on Monday.
5 days ago

Royals make successful claim for Nick Tepesch

Suddenly, the two-time defending American League champions have stumbled onto the fringe-contender tier as the Indians have seized command of the AL Central. Much of the Royals’ troubles can be traced to their starting rotation. They made an attempt at an upgrade on Monday by making a successful waiver claim for the now-well-traveled Nick Tepesch. He will begin his tenure with...
Via Today's Knuckleball
5 days ago

Royals Claim Nick Tepesch

The Royals announced that they have claimed right-hander Nick Tepesch off waivers from the Athletics and optioned him to Triple-A Omaha. Oakland had designated Tepesch for assignment over the weekend. Kris Medlen has been moved to the 60-day disabled list to clear a spot on the 40-man roster. Tepesch, 27, lost his roster spot when the A’s selected the contract of corner infield...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
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Dodgers @ Pirates June 25, 2016: The Nick Tepesch Era Is Over

Last night’s game was one of the ugliest you’ll see played in the major leagues. The Dodgers will try to look past it today behind Kenta Maeda against southpaw Jeff Locke. Like most of the Pirates’ pitching staff, Locke is struggling tremendously so far this year, with an ERA, FIP, and xFIP all over five in 83 innings. Locke has basically stopped missing bats, though a very...
Via Dodgers Digest
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers will promote Nick Tepesch to start in Pittsburgh on Friday

LOS ANGELES - Nick Tepesch wasn't even part of the Dodgers' organization this spring when the team boasted of the uncommon starting pitching depth it had assembled. But Tepesch will become the eighth starting pitcher used by the Dodgers this season...
Via The OC Register
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Dodgers to promote Nick Tepesch to start Friday

“Wait, who?” I’m sure that’s what most Dodger fans are asking themselves. But Nick Tepesch isn’t the most surprising (nor is he the worst) option to start a game for the Dodgers in the last two years. He will do so on Friday night in Pittsburgh. Tepesch, 27, was a 14th-round draft pick by the Rangers in 2010. He signed for $400,000 before the signing deadline and looked...
Via Dodgers Digest
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Texas Rangers Pitcher Nick Tepesch Threw 400 MPH Against Oakland? That's What the Radar Gunn Said...

Sometimes under extreme circumstances people are capable of doing things that people refer to as 'super-human.' There are all sorts of stories about mom's going beast mode and lifting trucks off of their babies, but that is truly an extreme circumstance. Pitching for a team that has been out of playoff contention for sometime does not qualify as such.So how in the world did a so...
Via FatManWriting
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Rough sixth, injury overshadow Tepesch's start

ARLINGTON, Texas - The Texas Rangers got a glimpse of what they hope to see over the final two months of the season from Nick Tepesch. Of course because this is the 2014 Rangers, they got a glimpse of what they've seen since the season started too in the 5-1 loss to Oakland. A promising start for Tepesch that included five innings of one-hit ball unraveled in the sixth and then completely...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Tepesch sends Rangers on road with positive vibe

ARLINGTON, Texas - At least for a day the beleaguered Texas Rangers were able to put the jigsaw pieces together in what's been a puzzling season. Texas starter Nick Tepesch did his part and the offense was there to back him up as the Rangers salvaged the final game of a 2-3 homestand with a 4-3 victory over Seattle. Elvis Andrus hit a two-run homer and Shin-Soo Choo snapped a 3-3...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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