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RYAN DEMPSTER RUMORS

Former Boston Red Sox Player Retires, Joins Chicago Cubs Front Office

Ryan Dempster, formerly of the Boston Red Sox had officially retired earlier this year after taking a hiatus for the 2014 season. He has now joined the Chicago Cubs front office and has been attempting to entice Jon Lester to the team. Dempster will serve as a special assistant to Theo Epstein, the President of Baseball Operations […]
Via Infield Single
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Former pitcher Dempster retires with Cubs, joins front office

CHICAGO -- Former pitcher Ryan Dempster is retiring with the Chicago Cubs and joining their front office. The Cubs announced the move on Friday. Dempster, who played 16 years in the majors, will serve as a special assistant to president of baseball operations Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer. He will spend time with the Cubs in spring training, visit their minor league...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Dempster Retires, Joins Cubs Front Office

After a 16-year Major League career, 37-year-old Ryan Dempster has announced his retirement from baseball. Dempster signed a one-day contract with the Chicago Cubs on Friday to retire with the team. He then immediately joined Chicago’s front office as a special assistant to Cubs president Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer. The Canadian-born right-handed pitcher was drafted...
Via Baseball Essential
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Dempster retires with Cubs, joins front office

CHICAGO (AP) Former pitcher Ryan Dempster is retiring with the Chicago Cubs and joining their front office. The Cubs announced the move on Friday. Dempster, who played 16 years in the majors, will serve as a special assistant to president of baseball operations Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer. He will spend time with the Cubs in spring training, visit their minor league...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Dempster Retiring With Chicago Cubs

  VIRAL – A long time fan favorite of the Chicago Cubs, pitcher Ryan Dempster is retiring as a North Sider. The team announced today that he will sign a one day contract so he can retire with the Cubs along with joining the front office as special assistant to Theo Epstein. Cubs announce Ryan Dempster has signed w the Cubs to retire. He will join the front office as an asst —...
Via Sports Mockery
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ryan Dempster Retires After Sitting Out Red Sox’s 2014 Season

Ryan Dempster technically went out on top. Dempster, who sat out the 2014 season after winning a World Series title with the Boston Red Sox in 2013, will not pursue a new contract this offseason and now officially is retired, according to Chris Cotillo of MLBDailyDish.com. Dempster signed a two-year, $26.5 million contract with the Red Sox before the 2013 season. He went 8-9 with...
Via NESN.com
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: 'MLB Tonight' has some fun with Ryan Dempster's suit

Ryan Dempster wore a bright red suit while on MLB Tonight and, thanks to some TV wizardry from the studio technicians, it turned into different colors while on the air.Dempster's 50 shades of fashion had his studio co-hosts cracking up and wondering if the always stylish former MLB pitcher was plugged into something under his desk Thursday night.Just guessing that red is the new...
Via The Other Paper
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Dempster wears Red Sox World Series ring to Cubs game

Ryan Dempster is taking the year off from pitching at the professional level, but he hasn’t left the game entirely. The former Boston Red Sox right-hander was spotted Thursday at Wrigley Field, the park he pitched in for nine seasons as a member of the Chicago Cubs. Anyone who knows Dempster can tell you he’s not the type for luxury boxes, so he took in the Cubs’ game...
Via NESN.com
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Dempster to Sit Out 2014, Become League’s Best-Dressed Cheerleader

Pitchers and catchers have been in camp less than 48 hours and we already have our first casualty of the 2014 season. Ryan Dempster has announced that he’ll sit out the upcoming year to address neck pain that has been making it increasingly difficult to pitch. Signed to a two year deal in 2012, the Dempster gave us pretty much what we expected last season, if not a little less...
Via Surviving Grady
February 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Dempster chooses to sit out 2014 season

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Ryan Dempster is taking the 2014 season off, citing physical reasons and a desire to spent more time with his kids. The 36-year old Dempster, who turns 37 in May, is expected to be placed on the restricted list by Boston, meaning that they won't be on the hook for his $13.25 million salary in 2014. This creates an interesting situation for the Red...
Via The Outside Corner
February 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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