TOMMY HANSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
Chicago White Sox Baseball — The Chicago White Sox signing of Tommy Hanson to a minor league contract, is a move that is very much worth a shot. Should Hanson regain his magic, it would only cost Chicago $1 Million, not much for a young pitcher that was very highly regarded only a few years ago.
Injuries to Blame
Tommy Hanson was a stud when he came onto the baseball scene in 2009...
Just a few years ago, the Atlanta Braves had one of the most promising young hurlers in the game in Tommy Hanson. While he is still only 27 and could very well have plenty of prosperous baseball ahead of him, Hanson is now moving on to his third team in the past several months, inking a minor league deal with the White Sox on Monday.
In Hanson’s 2009 rookie season, he took the...
The Texas Rangers are approaching a tough decision this week. Tommy Hanson is not projected in the Rangers' starting rotation this year & it appears his chances at the bullpen are low. Hanson has had an up & down career in the major leagues and it's likely that will continue. The Rangers & Hanson agreed to a split contract worth $2 million in February. From...
The Texas Rangers have signed right-hander Tommy Hanson to a one-year contract in their search for depth in a rotation dealing with injury concerns.
Hanson's deal was announced Friday, two days before Texas pitchers report for spring training in Surprise, Ariz.
The 27-year-old Hanson was 4-3 with a 5.42 ERA in a difficult season with the Los Angeles Angels that included a right...
Via AP on Fox
February 14, 2014
By: Tanner Shurtz - AngelsWin.com Columnist This article is my take on why Tommy Hanson is the key to the Angels making the playoffs, I will give a brief summary about the 2012 rotation, the replacements that Dipoto has brought in and why they are good moves, and finally the reasoning behind Hanson being our key to the playoffs. Going into the 2012 season, the Angels rotation...
The Angels of a year ago went into the season with their rotation feted as the strength of the team. Yes, they went out and got Pujols, and no one knew Trout was going to explode the way he did. The rotation was what impressed everyone. Jered Weaver, Dan Haren, C.J. Wilson and Ervin Santana were considered a formidable top four and Jerome Williams was a cut above for a fifth...
Tommy Hanson, some would say you deserved a better fate.
Here we see frame-by-frame Hanson’s once dazzling 89 MPH fastball hit into the seats in right field at Nationals Park. This was the most impressive of Harper’s five career home runs in my opinion. Watch the speed of the bat head exploding through the zone.
The blast came while opponents were still patting Steve Lombardozzi...
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Height: 6-6; Weight: 220
Hometown: Redlands, Calif.
Experience: Fourth season
2011 in review: Hanson was the Braves best starter from the end of April until the All...
Atlanta Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson is back in camp after his concussion from a car wreck.
Hanson said Thursday his headache is gone, but he's still sore and bruised. The one-car accident happened while he was on the way to the first workout for pitchers and catchers. He hopes to be back on the field within a week and says he doesn't expect the layoff to hamper his preparations...
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The first days of spring training are generally filled with hope and the excitement at the start of a new season.
Especially one held at Walt Disney World.
But the Braves part of the happiest place on earth was consumed with anxiousness on Monday, when it was learned starter Tommy Hanson was involved in an automobile accident early that morning.
Did he suffer a concussion?