RAUL IBANEZ RUMORS & GOSSIP
NEW YORK -- Raul Ibanez is moving from the field to the broadcast studio.
The former outfielder will be a studio analyst for FOX this season, the network announced Monday.
A 19-year veteran who hit 305 home runs, Ibanez was among the finalists to become Tampa Bay manager, then withdrew from consideration. He played last season for the Los Angeles Angels before joining the Royals...
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2 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) Raul Ibanez is moving from the field to the broadcast studio.
The former outfielder will be a studio analyst for Fox this season, the network announced Monday.
A 19-year veteran who hit 305 home runs, Ibanez was among the finalists to become Tampa Bay manager, then withdrew from consideration. He played last season for the Los Angeles Angels and Kansas City.
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago
It’s been a whirlwind year for long-time MLB outfielder Raul Ibanez. After signing with the Angels last winter, he was released in June and caught on with the Kansas City Royals. Ibanez played sparingly with Kansas City, but was on the team’s bench (though not their active roster) during their magical World Series run.
As the offseason began, Ibanez received very little attention...
Veteran Raul Ibanez congratulates Alex Gordon as he enters the dugout (zimbio.com).
The Kansas City Royals improved to a record of 68-55 after Sunday’s 12-6 win over the Minnesota Twins. They now stand a game and a half above the Detroit Tigers to lead the American League Central. Currently winning 20 of their last 25 games, the Royals have found success lately with a strong veteran...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Raul Ibanez has been on some incredibly talented teams during his career.
Ibanez, 42, was part of that excellent Phillies run from 2009 through 2011 that included a World Series trip and two National League Championship Series appearances. In 2012, Ibanez was part of a Yankees team that was one step away from the World Series before falling to Detroit.
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- It didn't work out the way the Angels or Raul Ibanez envisioned it. In 57 games Ibanez hit just .157 with three home runs and 21 RBI in his lone season with the club.
On Saturday, the Angels requested waivers on Ibanez, granting him his unconditional release.
"He brings so many intangibles," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Unfortunately, on the field, he wasn...
How many Indians fans does it take to find a foul ball in the highest regions of Progressive Field? Many tried but none succeeded in locating Raul Ibanez's disappearing foul ball Tuesday night.
Ibanez skied a 1-1 pitch from Indians starter Josh Tomlin up into the upper deck of the park, the ball appearing to bounce somewhere near the last row.
The search and rescue mission for this...
During the offseason, it seemed as though the Los Angeles Angels were headed in the right direction. In return for the streaky and strikeout-prone Mark Trumbo, the team received some arms to help the struggling starting rotation. This left the Angels in need of a heavy hitter, which they seemingly found in veteran Raul Ibanez. The 41-year-old appears to be the prototypical designated...
Newly signed Angels designated hitter Raul Ibanez had a couple of interesting things to say Monday during a conference call with reporters, including why he slumped so badly in the second half of last season with the Seattle Mariners.
"I basically stunk in the second half," he said, laughing. "I'm moving on from that."
The 41-year-old Ibanez officially joined the Angels on Friday...
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The Los Angeles Angels have agreed to terms with outfielder Raul Ibanez on a one-year deal worth $2.75MM. The deal can potentially be worth up to $5MM with incentives.
After Mark Trumbo was dealt to the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-way deal with the Chicago White Sox, the Angels had an obvious need at designated hitter.
However, with the team still trying to lure another starting...