Carlos Ruiz (concussion) will play for single-A Clearwater on Thursday, so he could return next week.
CBSSports.com "Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz was hit in the helmet with a pitch Thursday night. And now he's been placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list, the Phillies have announced. As a corresponding move, Koyie Hill has been summoned from Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Ruiz, 35, is hitting..." June 27
CSN Philly "Ryne Sandberg has displayed a little managerial wizardry, a little Ryno Magic, the last couple of days. On Sunday, he used John Mayberry Jr. as a late-game defensive replacement for hard-handed first baseman Ryan Howard. The move proved auspicious when Mayberry dug a ball out of the dirt to..." April 22
Philly.com "It was an offseason story that did not receive a lot of attention and that's ironic because it was a story related to catcher Carlos Ruiz's inability to pay attention. It was also surprising because the ramifications of the story were every bit as important to the Phillies as Ryan Howard's rehab..." February 19
Source: Phillies have re-signed Carlos Ruiz to a three-year, $26 million contract.
Delaware Online "In a move that seemed in doubt just a week ago, Carlos Ruiz will re-sign with the Phillies, according to a Fox Sports report. The Philadelphia Inquirer reported the deal will be for three years and $26 million. Ruiz, who has spent his entire eight-year career with the Phillies, is a free agent...." November 18
Source: #Rockies have "moved on" from Carlos Ruiz. Looking for closer, envisioning Brothers, Bettis in setup roles.
Red Sox have not offered Carlos Ruiz a $20 million deal.
I have confirmed that #Rockies offered two-year deal with option to Ruiz...Offer came last night...Rockies offer was not for $20 million
Free-agent catcher Carlos Ruiz's agent has told at least one suitor that he has a two-year, $20M offer.
Denver Post "The Cardinals would have to give the Rockies a reason to trade all-star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. He fits their needs, but the Rockies aren’t pursuing a deal. They are only willing to take the call, and any traction will depend on the Cardinals’ willingness to include elite young pitchers like..." November 12
Hardball Talk "Colorado’s interest in free agent catcher Carlos Ruiz has been well-reported and now Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports that the Rockies are expected to make him a multi-year contract offer. Renck writes that it’s unclear if the Rockies are willing to go beyond two years on a deal, but for a..." November 11
CSN Philly "Carlos Ruiz did not play Saturday night because of a bone bruise on his left hand. Unless he makes a pretty quick recovery Ruiz will not play in Sunday afternoon’s season finale. Put two and two together and you can conclude that Ruiz may have caught his final game for the Phillies. Ruiz..." September 29
MLB.com "The Phillies need right-handed bats which seems to put Carlos Ruiz in a stronger negotiating position as a free agent. Ruiz has hit .301 with 12 doubles four home runs 26 RBIs and an .823 OPS in 41 games since Aug. 2. "We'd like to bring him back" general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said. "He..." September 25
Philly.com "Carlos Ruiz suffered a Grade 2 hamstring strain on Sunday. He will be placed on the DL on Tuesday, to make room on the roster for Tyler Cloyd. Cloyd has to be activated to make his second start of the season. Ruiz is expected to be out for 3-4 weeks, a big blow to an offense that relied heavily..." May 21
Ruiz has grade two strain, probably out 3-4 weeks.
CSN Philly "As his teammates packed up their gear and got ready to head to the airport for the eight-game trip that begins in Miami on Monday night, Carlos Ruiz limped across the clubhouse in his workout gear. Instead of heading to Miami on Monday, Ruiz will stay in Philadelphia to have an MRI on his..." May 20
Right hamstring strain for Carlos Ruiz, Phillies announce
CSN Philly "Carlos Ruiz will play in his final minor-league tune-up at Reading on Saturday night then make the trip to the Phillies’ team hotel in Manhattan. He is scheduled to be behind the plate for the Phillies in Sunday afternoon's game against the New York Mets. Ruiz tested positive for a banned..." April 28
Courier-Post "Carlos Ruiz caught six innings Saturday night with Double-A Reading, hopped in a car and rode to New York for his first start of the 2013 season. Ruiz, who served a 25-game suspension for a positive banned stimulant test, will hit in the middle of the order, according to Phillies manager..." April 28
Philly.com "Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz homered in his second rehab start for the Clearwater Threshers on Wednesday. He finished the game 1-for-3 with two walks as the Threshers beat the Tampa Yankees, 9-7. In his first at bat, Ruiz hit a three-run home run to left field in the top of the first inning to..." April 25
Carlos Ruiz will play at Reading on Fri and Sat before joining Phils in NY for Sunday game
Ruiz" second xray was fine.No prob. #Phillies